Jewish religion

NOUN
  1. Jews collectively who practice a religion based on the Torah and the Talmud
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  • As far as I know, none but the votaries of monotheistic, that is to say, Jewish religions, look upon suicide as a crime. Studies in Pessimism
  • When Jesus said that new wine (the Holy Spirit) cannot be put into old wineskins, He was not referring just to the Jewish religion, or the Law.
  • Her public activity, together with her role as historian of the feminist movement in Israel, were part of a long, determined struggle on behalf of Jewish women in Israeli society and, even more pronouncedly, in the Jewish religion. Ada Maimon (Fishman).
  • It also has a specific theological meaning within the Jewish religion which is consistent among all schools of Orthodox Judaism and more or less with Conservative Judaism and somewhat modified by ReconstructionistJudaism. The Volokh Conspiracy » U.S. Denying Entry Visas to People Who Work on Israel’s Dimona Nuclear Reactor?
  • There are 613 mitzvoth in the Jewish religion but one of them really stands out in my mind and that is honoring our parents.
  • But the reasons brought to bear against suicide by the priests of monotheistic, that is of Jewish religions, and by those philosophers who adapt themselves to it, are weak sophisms easily contradicted. 20 Hume has furnished the most thorough refutation of them in his Essay on Suicide, which did not appear until after his death, and was immediately suppressed by the shameful bigotry and gross ecclesiastical tyranny existing in Essays of Schopenhauer
  • Jewish theological college, that this idea of a pure Jewish religion, the pure monotheistic idea, must be held unshakenly and without any change or any concession. The Menorah Journal, Volume 1, 1915
  • In fact, the incense was part of the Church's rituals due to its history coming from the Jewish religion which also used incense in its sacrifices.
  • These were, we must remember, unbelieving Gentiles, worshipers of idols and knew very little of the Jewish religion.
  • The reasons advanced against suicide by the clergy of monotheistic, that is to say, Jewish religions, and by those philosophers who adapt themselves thereto, are weak sophisms which can easily be refuted. 19 The most thorough-going refutation of them is given by Hume in his Essay on Suicide. Studies in Pessimism
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