Judaism has thirteen principles of faith god exist and god is one and unique. God is incorporated and god is eternal Prayer is directed to god alone and no other; the words of the prophets are true. Moses was the greatest. The written Torah was the first five books of the bible and oral Torah whom teacher now contained I the jalumed and other writings were given to Moses. There will be no other Torah. God know the thoughts and deeds of men. God will be rewarded and punish the wicked men. The messiah will come and the dead will be resurrected. Who is Messiah? Anointed men who will be chosen by god to put an end to all evil in the world and rebuild the temple and bring all the exiles back to Israel and usher into the world to come. Judaism focuses on the relationships between god and mankind. God and the Jewish people put the land of Israel and humans.
For traditional and observant Jew, the morning begins with a prayer before they open their eyes to thank God for restoring their soul. The hands must be washed before reciting blessings and traditional male Jews must out a special fringed cloth around the neck and is to be worn under his clothes as a reminder of the privilege of being given divine the ten commandments.
The Kashrut Law meaning “fit, proper and correct” states the body of the Jewish law dealing with what foods that we can eat and can’t eat and how they’re prepared. Orthodox Jews observe the laws of Kashrut because the Torahs says so. The Kosher dietary laws are found in the book of Leviticus. In the Jewish practices you aren’t allowed to eat meat and dairy together in the same meal. The mammals and birds that can be consumed must be slaughtered in accordance to the Jewish law (Deut.12:21). The ritual slaughter uses a method of slaughtering that has a quick, deep stroke across the throat with a perfectly sharp blade. They practice this method because it is the most painless way and...