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Religion and Theology
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The books of Moses lay foundation Judaism, which is made up of thirteen fundamental beliefs. The first fundamental belief is the existence of a creator. The creator is believed to be perfect in all aspect of existence and is the main cause of the entire world activity.
Second belief is that God’s absolute and unparalleled unity as such cannot be separated. God is not affected by the physical occurrences such as movement or dwelling (Crusemanm, 1996, p. 35). In fact, G-ds presence is everywhere making him omnipresent. The fourth concept is the eternity of God and does not change or age like humanity. It is imperative to worship God because he is a jealous God as presented in the book of exodus. The inspiration of the book of Torah shows that it originates from God. Therefore, Torah is immutable and contains the word of God. There is divine reward and retribution when the Torah is obeyed or disobeyed. The ability of God to offer retribution as a result of disobedience of Torah is presented by the character of God. The arrival of the messiah and the existence of the messianic era are a belief presented in the Judaism. The resurrection of the dead is a fundamental belief of Judaism (Crusemanm, 1996, p. 23). The presentation of the moral laws in the Leviticus presents the ideology and values wanted by G-d to his people. The laws are considered immutable and cannot be changed or even modified. ...
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