Judaism

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Synagogue
House of assembly. Building for prayer, study, and assembly.
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Shekinah
The place where God's presence rests and can be felt.
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Shabbat
Day of spiritual renewal and rest. Beginning at sunset on Friday and closing at nightfall on Saturday.
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Kosher
Means 'fit' or 'proper'. Foods that are permitted to be eaten according to Leviticus.
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Messiah
The anointed one who Jews believe will bring in a new era or age for humankind.
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Covenant
A promise or agreement between two parties. Covenants were made between God with Noah, Abraham, and Moses.
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Shema
A prayer describing a belief in one God. It is found in The Torah.
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Tenakh
The Jewish Bible. The word is made up of the first Hebrew letters of The Torah.
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The Torah
The five books of Moses, regarded as the holiest book of the Tenakh.
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The Talmud
Oral Jewish Law.
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The Mitzvot
The term has a mix of meanings. It is often used to refer to duties such as the 613 Mitzvot.
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The place where God's presence rests and can be felt.

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Shekinah

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Day of spiritual renewal and rest. Beginning at sunset on Friday and closing at nightfall on Saturday.

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Means 'fit' or 'proper'. Foods that are permitted to be eaten according to Leviticus.

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The anointed one who Jews believe will bring in a new era or age for humankind.

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