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Holy Books

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David Vasquez

on 12 March 2015

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Transcript of Holy Books

Holy Books
Project 13 Mr.Boyens
By David Vazquez and Anthony Moreno
What are Holy Books
Holy books are religious texts also known as scriptures and religious traditions.

what is Judaism
These are pictures of
Holy Books
HOLY BOOKS
Facts about judaism
Judaism people believed in
the book called the torah
which was the whole law .They believe they have to follow gods law and they are determined
to live like that as
they live
What jews believe in
What is Buddhism
Buddhism is a religion to 300 million people .It was an origin 2,500 years ago when Siddhartha guatma awakened at age 35.In addition Buddhism was founded in north-eastern India.
Hinduism
The monotheism religion
of the jews
Hinduism is one of the oldest religions and unlike other religions this religion has no founder.Until this day Hinduism has millions of followers.
Judaism is monotheistic
The Big idea
Thanks for watching
why do people around the world create holy books and then use these books for daily life ?
it is one of the oldest religions
Their holidays
are passover ,and bar
mitzvahs
We think holy books are important to people around the world because people need a guide for daily life and enlightenment
judaism has been religion with
a religion called israelite
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