4 edition of How Not to Study Judaism, Examples and Counter-Examples, Volume One found in the catalog.
July 15, 2004
by University Press of America
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|Number of Pages||314|
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Thirteen Principles of Faith. Maimonides was a famous Jewish teacher of the 12th listed thirteen of the main beliefs in Judaism. These were called the “Principles of Faith.” God is the Maker and the King of the world.; There is only one God, and He is the only one who is and will ever be God.
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