Sacred Rituals And Their Belief In One God: The Abrahamic Religion

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When discussing Abrahamic religion, it is important to recognise 'monotheism' as a core belief of each religion - which can be broken down into two parts; 'mono', meaning one, and 'theism', meaning the belief in a God or some form of ultimate being. The beliefs of each differentiate slightly, yet are stemmed from the foundations laid by the prophet Abraham, who they believe was the first prophet, and by his descendants. Through their sacred rituals and practices, the Abrahamic religions each are similar and different in the demonstration of their belief in one God.
Believers in Judaism, who are commonly known as jews, display their belief in one god (Yaweh) through their sacred rituals and practises. The teffilfin and mezuzah act as a constant

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