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Danielle Leung

on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of Jews

Jews Hayley & Danielle Introduction Conclusion Links What is the difference between orthodox Judaism and other form? It is possible to be a chinese Jew because even though our nationality and religions can be connected, it doesn't fully affect how we choose to live our lives and what we decide to believe in. Overall, these are the answers to the
different questions about the various
Jews that although share the same reli-
gion, have different ways of following
them. Also, we have learnt that altho-
ugh our religion and nationality are
related, we still have the freedom to
choose what we believe in. I How do you become a Jew? 5 Main Branches: Chasidic, Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist
Join the synagogue
Learn the Hebrew language
Buy Jewish books, prayer book, and a Tanakh.
To become an Orthodox, you will need to follow the dietary laws of Kashrut.
Orthodox are Shomer Shabbat, which means keeping the Sabbath.
Orthodox celebrate all the holidays.
Men also need to wear kippot and tallit during their prayers. Can you have a Chinese
Jew? This presentation would answer some important questions about asked about Jews, including: what is the difference between orthodox Judaism and other form? How do you become a Jew & Can you have a chinese Jew? Orthodox Jew Other Jews Orthodox-jews.com They are very strict about following the Torah and treats it as a rule book. They are not that strict on following the Torah, but still is a Jew, they treat the Torah as a Moral guidebook more than a rule book. They are forceful of the law and sometimes do not accept new concepts. They embrace new concepts. They believe
one God. They read the Torah. They are all Jews, http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_difference_between_an_orthodox_Jew_and_an_unorthodox_Jew http://www.wikihow.com/Be-Jewish
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