Judaism (noun)

  1. The monotheistic religion of the Jews, based on the belief in one God and the adherence to the laws and ethics set forth in the Bible and the Talmud.
  2. The cultural and religious beliefs, practices, and traditions of the Jewish people.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from french judaïsme, via late latin from greek ioudaïsmos, from ioudaios "jew".

Examples:

  1. Judaism is one of the oldest monotheistic religions.
  2. The principles of Judaism include the belief in one God, the importance of the Torah, and the observance of the Sabbath.
  3. Judaism is a religion practiced by millions of people around the world.
  4. He converted to Judaism and was welcomed into the community.
  5. Judaism teaches the importance of charitable giving and acts of kindness.
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