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Judaism

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  • LEARN!!!
    In reality to just try to understand what it means to be one from the Chosen Nation you must listen at least 10 hours of lectures from Ravs that learn all day for many years.

    Here are some of the best resources:

    Rav Yosef Mizrachi
    youtu.be/n0_tgO5Drb8

    Rav Daniel Cohen
    torah.fm
    torahanytime.com/speakers/speaker-detail-listview/?id=106
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  • 1. Judaism: Power Point Project! By Brennan Adler
  • 2. Stories of Origin and Important People
    • Moses and the burning bush. A story of origin. It is part of the story of the Judaism.
    • A picture of Abraham. He was an important person. He founded Judaism.
    • Another important person is Moses. He was a key part in Judaism. He freed the Jews from Egypt.
  • 3. Holy Writings and Core Beliefs
    • The Torah is THE holy writing for Judaism. It has their laws and the story of where they came from.
    • One core belief is that there is one God. One higher power.
    • Another Core Belief of Judaism is that Jesus Christ was a regular person. Not the son of God. Not a Prophet.
  • 4. S ymbols and Objects
    • The Shofar is one object of Judaism. Its purpose is to wake people up and remind them of God and to remind them to ask for forgiveness of their sins.
    • The Star of David is a symbol of Judaism. It was named after King David. It symbolizes the connection between God and earth, one arrow points up at God and the other arrow points down on earth.
    • Another object of Judaism is the Tallit. The 613 strings represent the 613 laws of Judaism.
  • 5. Holy Places and Places of Worship
    • One Holy Place for Judaism is the Western Wall. It was the first Place of Worship for Judaism. All Jews pray in that direction.
    • The Western Wall was originally the first temple of Judaism. It was giant!
    • The Place of Worship for Judaism is called a Synagogue or a Temple. It is where you pray to God, learn Hebrew, and learn about God.
  • 6. Rites of Passage and Rituals
    • One Jewish Rite of Passage is a bah/bar mitzvah. That is when a boy/girl becomes a man/woman.
    • One ritual in Judaism is throwing bread into water. It symbolizes throwing away your sins.
    • Another ritual is eating apple and honey on the Jewish new year. It symbolizes a sweet start of the New Year.
  • 7. Holidays and Celebrations
    • Rosh Hashana is a Jewish holiday. It represents the start of the new year.
    • Hanukkah is a Jewish holiday. It symbolizes the candle lasting eight days when it only had one day of oil.
    • Yom Kippur is a Jewish holiday. It is the day where you “throw away” your sins.
  • 8. History and Modern Day
    • In history the Jews escaped from slavery in Egypt. Moses led the escape.
    • Also in history Moses got the Ten Commandments from God.
    • In history Abraham talked to God and God told him about Judaism.
  • 9. THE END!!!! Thank You!!!!

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