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What Is Judaism?

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What Is Judaism?

Want to know what Judaism is? Start with this fun video.
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Andrew Thomas Elder Bryan June 15, 2022

Truly we are blessed, especially us that enjoyed this video, HaShem's got a great plan for us,
all of us, whether we know it or not, it's all a learning process. Shalom Y'all Reply

Josh May 1, 2022

By the grace of God.

Absolutely fabulous!!

Stu, where have to been all these years!!

It's interesting, entertaining and most importantly, well informed. You can see that much research has found into each and every video. Reply

Barbara Phelps Oregon October 25, 2021

Wonderful video explanation 😊 As a non-Jew it took me a few decades and a lot of searching spiritually to come to HaShem. I am grateful for what chabad provides for non-Jews for learning, but I still feel a void of not having a physical place to congregate. Jews can find a congregation in most places,,non-Jews not so much. Someday. Thank you . Reply

Uri Yitzchak October 21, 2021

Very well done.! Reply

Andrew Bryan October 21, 2021

I think this pretty much wraps it up in a nut shell, simple explanations that a simpleton like me
can appreciate and understand. I'll give ya a Hallelujah on that one!!! Ah mein

HaShem has shown us, the ball is now in our court. What is Judaism? Very enlightening Reply

Silvie October 21, 2021

This is brilliant! Thank you so much for creating it! Reply

Sue Katz Portland October 20, 2021

What are the 7 mitzvahs that all people should follow, whether Jewish or not? Reply

Andrew Bryan October 22, 2021
in response to Sue Katz:

1. Do not murder.
2. Do not steal.
3. Do not worship false gods.
4. Do not be sexually immoral.
5. Do not eat the limb removed from a live animal (nerve flexing s)
6. Do not curse G-d.
7. Set up courts and bring offenders to justice. Shabbat Shalom Reply

Andrew Thomas Elder Bryan June 15, 2022
in response to Andrew:

Number 5 is the animals nerves, and the soul, not being completely passed on,
I'm still learning all these Good Instructions, or Torah!! Reply

David Pacific Palisades April 8, 2021

Wow, this stuff is really good. Thank you! Reply

CL August 17, 2020

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Very nice. A pleasure to watch. Just wondering why Matan Torah wasn't mentioned in the history recap? You mention that Moshe wrote the Torah down, but don't say where he got the words from. When explaining what the Torah is, it would make sense to say how we we found out about it. Hatzlacha rabba with your wonderful work and moshiach now. Reply

Mallik Holliston, MA via gotchabad.com July 24, 2020

This is one of the best videos put out by Chabad.org. This should be required watching for every Jew! Keep up the good work! Reply

Rozann Earth July 23, 2020

Charming and thoughtful, but after recognizing that there is no body, gender, corporeal existence of G-d, you proceed to refer to Him and He. Surely it would kosher to create a non-binary pronoun for our busy deity. Zhe, Zher, Zhou? Reply

Anonymous June 14, 2022
in response to Rozann:

"When we refer to G‑d's presence within our world, giving life to all things, then She is the Shechinah. When we refer to G‑d's transcendence beyond this world, we call Him "The Holy One, blessed be He." G‑d does not change or have parts, G‑d forbid. Both are the same one and singular G‑d, just looking at that G‑d from different angles. From one angle you see a modality of being deeply involved and immanently there; from another angle you see Him in a modality of being absolutely beyond all things and transcendent even of existence itself." - Tzvi Freeman. Reply

AS USA July 23, 2020

A very nice video, but Judaism isn't an "idea." It's the religion for the Jewish nation, which is essentially an ethnic group (with subdivisions like Ashkenazi and Sephardi). Converts join the Jewish nation like how any immigrants joins a country. Reply

Joseph Vinegar July 21, 2020

I think the video was very informative. There were a few details that were tending more towards Lubavitch (sun&moon animation, the note at the end), but otherwise I think it gave an accurate picture of the religion. Reply

Mohamed Ali July 21, 2020

Yes, it's quite useful to those who belongs to others faiths or religions to know about Judaism, a very nice video...Keep going.
Prophet Abraham peace be upon him, his curiosity led to the discovery and finding of one and true God , who created everything that are visible and invisible !
May his teaching cherish in the generations and generations to come ! A’meen
Thank you ! Reply

Rabbi Wineberg USA July 20, 2020

Just wanted to comment that the one thing that should be added is the Mystical... - so people can further their learning (perhaps also where to study more..) Reply

Rabbi Z. USA July 20, 2020

Beautiful!!!!!

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זכרי July 19, 2020

Nice presentation.
The more you realize. Reply

MMW fort lee July 19, 2020

wow!!!
This is amazing Reply

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