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World Religions Summative ISU

Judaism; Key figures

Judaism; History
Judaism; Places of Worship
Judaism; Festivals/Holidays
Judaism; Concept of G-d/Beliefs
Judaism; Key figures
Judaism; Scriptures
Christianity; History
Christianity; Places of Worship
Christianity; Festivals/Holidays
Christianity; Concept of God/Beliefs
Christianity; Key Figures
Christianity; Scriptures
Islam; History
Islam; Places of Worship
Islam; Festivals/Holidays
Islam; Concepts of God/Beliefs
Islam; Key Figures
Islam; Scriptures
Sikhism; History
Sikhism; Places of Worships
Sikhism; Festivals/Holidays
Sikhism; Concept of God/Beliefs
Sikhism; Key Figures
Sikhism; Scriptures

Key Figures in Judaism:

God is the greatest key figure for Judaism. He is the creator of the universe, and he is well respected. There are many beliefs about god. God or Lord is very sacred to Jews. They do not say his name aloud and they spell it G-d and L-rd.

A prophet is a spokesman for God, a person who is chosen by God to speak to the people on God's behalf and convey a message or teaching. They are role models of holiness, scholarship and closeness to God. They set the standards for the entire community. A prophet is not necessarily a Jew. Some other Jewish Prophets were Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, David, Solomon, etc.


Moses was the greatest prophet, leader and teacher. Moses is described as the only person who knew god face-to-face and mouth-to-mouth. The name Moses comes from the words "take-out", because Moses was taken out of the river. When Moses' s mother could not hide him anymore, she put him in a little basket down the river. God appeared to Moses and chose him to lead the people out of the Egyptian salvery and to the Promised Land. Moses then led the people out of Egypt across the sea to freedom, and brought them to Mount Sinai, where God gave the people Torah.