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The Torah is the holiest book Jews use. It is the first five books of the bible. In the synagogue a Torah book is handwritten in ink on parchment. Wrapped in ...
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The main holy book of Judaism is the Torah. This is the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, written in the original Hebrew.
The holy book in Judaism is known as the Tanakh. It is also known as the Hebrew bible or the old testament. The Tanakh is divided between the Torah, the ...
There holy book is the Old Testament or Tanakh or Mikra. But the Talmudic Jews also see their Talmuds as a sort of Holy set of Books or Religions guides as well ...
All of them - we just define 'Bible' differently. The Jewish Bible consists of 3 sets of books. The first, and most authoritative set is called the Torah.
The Jewish and Christian Holy Book is the Bible, except the Jews take out the entire New Testament. The Jewish Bible consists of the Torah, Nevi'im, ...
Depends how you define holy. If you mean written by God himself than no. if you mean a book that Jews pray to than even the Torah itself isn't holy, ...
Originally Answered: Is the Jewish holy book/ text called the Torah, Tanakh, Talmund or Hebrew Old Testament Bible? Or are these names all the same for 1 book?
In Judaism the “bible” is called the Tanakh which is an acronym made up of T - Torah, the five Books of Moses. The holiest section as it is the only part ...
It is called the Jewish Bible, or the Hebrew Bible. Among Jews, it is called the Tanakh, which is an acronym for the three main divisions: Torah (Law), ...