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The Jewish world

Religions of the World


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Judaism has no single founder - instead, it has a whole people as its centre of belief, whose contribution to other faiths and to the world's cultures is unique. This book traces the history of their religion, and looks at what it means to be Jewish today. It explains the place of prayer, the role of the synagogue, the meaning of festivals, and the importance of home life. It clarifies the food laws, the variety of customs, the meaning of the many symbols, and the use of the "Torah".

 

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