Judaism is one of the oldest monotheistic (belief in one god) religions, that began over 3500 years ago in Israel. Jews believe they are God’s chosen people and that they must set an example of right behaviour to the world. Everything they do is based on the Ten Commandments, also known as the Ten Sayings.
Which religion had the 10 commandments first?
The Ten Commandments are equally important in Jewish and Christian traditions and appear in the Old Testament in Exodus and Deuteronomy.
What was Jesus’s first religion?
Manicheanism was the first organised religion outside of Christianity to venerate Jesus, viewing him as an important prophet. In Islam, Jesus (often referred to by his Quranic name ʿĪsā) is considered the penultimate prophet of God and the messiah.
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Did the Catholic Church remove the second commandment?
The Catholic Church did not change the commandments. The were fully realized and understood because of Jesus Christ who didn’t abolish the law but brought the law to fulfillment. We’re not the Isrealites following the OT law, we’re Christians who were taught by Jesus the commandments as taught in the New Testament.
Who wrote the 10 Commandments?
Descriptions of Moses going up Mt. Sinai (e.g., Exodus 19, Exodus 24, Deuteronomy 4) say that he received the Ten Commandments there (Exodus 31:18 – “He gave Moses the two tablets of the testimony, tablets of stone, written by the finger of God”).
Who was the brother of Moses?
What is the oldest religion?
The word Hindu is an exonym, and while Hinduism has been called the oldest religion in the world, many practitioners refer to their religion as Sanātana Dharma (Sanskrit: सनातन धर्म, lit.
What religion believes in God but not Jesus?
Unitarian Christology can be divided according to whether or not Jesus is believed to have had a pre-human existence. Both forms maintain that God is one being and one “person” and that Jesus is the (or a) Son of God, but generally not God himself.
What is God’s religion?
God’s religion is love – love for all people; love for the world and all life in it; love expressed through living a life of respect for all creation; love reflected in treating others with justice and compassion; love demonstrated by caring for all that we have been given so it can be passed on to others.