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Component 3 Judaism Keywords
Keyword
Synagogue
Shekinhah
Shabbat
Kosher
Torah
Mitzvoth
Messiah
Covenant
Definition
house of assembly; building for
Jewish public prayer, study and
assembly
the place where God’s presence rests
and can be felt
day of spiritual renewal and rest.
Beginning at sunset on Friday and
closing at nightfall on Saturday
(‘fit’ or ‘proper’) Foods that are
permitted to be eaten according to
Leviticus Chapter 11. It is also used to
refer to the purity of ritual objects
such as Torah scrolls
the five books of Moses (Genesis,
Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and
Deuteronomy). Regarded as the
holiest books of the Tenakh
the term has a mix of meanings. It is
often used to refer to duties (such as
the 613 in the Torah) and good deeds
the anointed one who Jews believe
will bring in a new era or age for
humankind. This will include rebuilding
the Temple and bringing in an age of
universal peace
a promise or agreement between two
parties . Covenants were made
between God with Noah, Abraham and
Moses