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  1. 1. Judaism Presentation Judaism has no single leader or group making theological decisions. They have a diverse tradition associated with the Jewish peoples. The Jewish are an nomadic group of people who have been repeatedly dispersed and oppressed.
  2. 2. Relationship with God/ Torah <ul><li>The Jewish are those who experience their long and often difficult history as a continuing dialogue with God through Torah, which is the way they refer to those who answer the call of God and Who acknowledge and strive to obey the one God. Torah also will refer to as the Five Books of Moses.
  3. 3. Torah can also mean the entire Hebrew Bible and the Talmud, the written and oral law at the highest level. Torah is God's will, God's wisdom. </li></ul>
  4. 4. The Holocaust <ul><li>The Holocaust to many Jewish people were the murders of almost six million European Jews by the Nazi leadership of Germany during World War 11.
  5. 5. The Holocaust is also the overwhelming tragic event of Jewish history, and an indelible marker for all time of the depths of the twentieth- century in humanity and evil. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Sacred Practices and Holidays <ul><li>A major Jewish spiritual has been scriptual study. Jewish are urged to remember God in all aspects of life through prayer and the observance of the commandants.
  7. 7. The Jewish Sabbath, The HIGH Holy Days of Riosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are just a few of the hollidays that the Jewish people celebrate. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Different Sects of Judaism <ul><li>There were three different sects meantioned in the text
  9. 9. The Saducees( priests and wealthy buisness people, conservatives intent on preserving the letter of the law
  10. 10. The Pharises were more liberial citizens from all classes who sought the applications of Torah to everyday life.
  11. 11. The Essenes emphasized discipline, communal living, obedience, study, and spiritual preparation for the day of Judgement. </li></ul>
  12. 12. Jerusalem <ul><li>Jerusalem is the place where a great Temple was built under the reign of Kind Solomon ( son of David). It was a permanent home for the Ark of the Covenant, which was housed in the innermost sanctum, and a place for making the burned offerings of animals, grain, and oil to the divine. Jerusalem was a central stationary place where God could be most present to them. </li></ul>
  13. 13. More Ten Commandants <ul><li>Honor your mother and your father.
  14. 14. You shall not commit murder. You shall not commit adultery.
  15. 15. You shall not steal.
  16. 16. You should not give false evidence against your neighbor.
  17. 17. You shall not covet your neighbor's house; you shall not convet your neighbor's wife, his slave,his slave girl, his ox, or anything that belongs to him. </li></ul>
  18. 18. Ten Commandants <ul><li>I am the Lord your God who brought you out of Egypt, and out of slavery.
  19. 19. You shall not make a carved image for yourself nor the likeness of anything in the heavens above, or on earth, below or in waters, or under the earth.
  20. 20. You shall not bow down or worship them; for I the Lord your God is a jealous God.
  21. 21. You shall not make use the name of the Lord your God.
  22. 22. Remember to keep the Sabbath Day holy. </li></ul>
  23. 23. Judaism Today <ul><li>Today, the United States with approximately six million Jews, has the largest Jewish population in the World.
  24. 24. It continues to be a highly diverse population, consisting of both Jews who are religiously affiliated and those who are not.
  25. 25. Judaism has struggled to meet the challenges of secularization, the idealization of science, rationalism, industralization, and materialism. </li></ul>
  26. 26. History of Key Sacred Texts <ul><li>The Jewish history begin with stories recounted in the Hibrew Bible or Tanakh, which Christians call ''The Old Testment.
  27. 27. The Jewish biblical history begins with the creation of the world by a supreme deity, or God, and progresses through the patriarchs, matriarchs, and Moses who spoke with God and lead the people according to God's commandants.
  28. 28. Jews hold the ''Pentateuch, ''the five books of Moses'' that appear at the beginning of the Tanakh, as the most sacred of the scriptures. </li></ul>
  29. 33. Judaism Today <ul><li>Today, the United States has the largest Jewish population in the world. It continues to be a highly diverse population consisting of both Jews, who are religiously affiliated and those who are not.
  30. 34. Judiasm has struggled to meet the challenges of secularization, the idealization of science, rationalism, industralization, and materialism. </li></ul>
  31. 35. Ten Commandants <ul><li>I am the lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt; out of slavery.
  32. 36. You shall not make a carved image for yourself nor the likeness of anything in the heavens above, on earth, below waters, and under seas.
  33. 37. You shall not bow down or worship them; for I the lord your God am a jealous God.
  34. 38. You shall not make use of the name of the Lord your God.
  35. 39. Remember to keep the Sabbath day holy. </li></ul>

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