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The word Messiah comes from this Hebrew word meaning "anointed one".
After Israel was destroyed, the people hoped a messiah would come from this great king's house
Most of the scriptural requirements concerning the messiah, what he will do and what will be done during his reign, are located in this scriptural book.
According to scripture, this religious supreme court and legislature of the Jewish people will be re-established by the messiah
He formulated the "13 principles of faith" which included the coming of the Jewish messiah
Jewish teachings explaining and elaborating on the Written Torah, handed down orally until the 2d century C.E., when they began to be written down in what became this.
Imagio Dei is also a Jewish belief.What is it in our nature that is G-d-like?
DAILYDOUBLE! Although there is no one creed for the Jewish faith, this list of beliefs captures the central beliefs of the faith.
What is Rambam’s 13 principles of faithwritten by Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, one of the greatest medieval Jewish scholars. Also known as Maimonides.
1. G-d exists 2. G-d is one and unique 3. G-d is incorporeal 4. G-d is eternal 5. Prayer is to be directed to G-d alone and to no other 6. The words of the prophets are true 7. Moses' prophecies are true, and Moses was the greatest of the prophets 8. The Written Torah (first 5 books of the Bible) and Oral Torah (teachings now contained in the Talmud and other writings) were given to Moses 9. There will be no other Torah 10. G-d knows the thoughts and deeds of men 11. G-d will reward the good and punish the wicked 12. The Messiah will come 13. The dead will be resurrected
Contrary to popular belief the sin of the Golden Calf (Exodus 32:)was not that the people chose another deity.What was the sin?
Yetzer tov is the moral conscience, the inner voice that reminds you of G-d's law when you consider doing something that is forbidden. According to some views, it does not enter a person until this event.
The process of creating the world was achieved by this symbol or contraction which is likened to the folding in of G-d’s hand into its palm to create a “vacant space” which was then occupied by heavenly Jerusalem and the lower & upper Gardens of Eden, crowned by three letters of yod.
This is said that is a symbol of the nation of Israel and our mission to be "a light unto the nations." (Isaiah 42:6).
This symbol is placed on the door post as a constant reminder of G-d's presence and G-d's mitzvot.
The most important document in Judaism, revered as the inspired word of God, traditionally said to have been revealed to Moses. It comprises the first five books of the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible.
The Talmud says that the purpose of wearing this is to remind us of G-d, who is the Higher Authority "above us" (Kiddushin 31a).
What is the term given to a completely righteous individual and indicates that the person has spiritual or mystical power?
Jewish lay person who volunteers to perform various duties at religious services
Jewish denomination that does not believe the Torah was written by G-d
This form of Jewish spirituality was popular among Christian intellectuals during the Renaissance and Enlightenment periods, who reinterpreted its doctrines to fit into their Christian dogma
Deuteronomy 8:10, we are commanded that when we eat and are satisfied, we must bless the L_rd, our G_d. This commandment is fulfilled by recitingthis prayer.
This prayer sometimes called the Standing Prayer or The Eighteen Blessings, is the central prayer of the Jewish liturgy. Observant Jews recite this at each prayer service of the day—morning, afternoon, and evening.