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Judaism is the religion of the Jewish people, based on principles and ethics embodied in the Bible (Tanakh) and the Talmud. According to Jewish tradition, the history of Judaism begins with the Covenant (biblical) between Names of God in Judaism and Abraham (ca. 2000 BCE), the Patriarchs (Bible) and progenitor of the Jewish people. Judaism is one of the first recorded Monotheism faiths and among the oldest religious traditions still in practice today. Jewish history and doctrines have influenced other Abrahamic religions such as Christianity, Islam, Samaritanism and the Bahá'í Faith.
Judaism differs from many religions in that central authority is not vested in a person or group, but in sacred texts and traditions. Throughout the ages, Judaism has clung to a number of Jewish principles of faith, the most important of which is the belief in a single, Omniscience, omnipotence, benevolence, Transcendence (religion) Names of God in Judaism, who Creation according to Genesis and continues to be involved in its governance. According to traditional Jewish belief, the God who created the world established a Covenant (biblical) with the Jewish people, and revealed his laws and commandments to Moses on Biblical Mount Sinai in the form of the Torah. The traditional practice of Judaism revolves around Torah study and the observance of God's laws and commandments as written in the Torah and expounded in the Talmud.
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