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 Jewish Principles of Faith Encyclopedia Article @ GuidingLight.com (Guiding Light)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Jewish creationism is a form of evolutionary creationism aiming to merge the creation account with evolutionary theory.
Jewish views of the Messiah as derived from the Davidic line, the Messianic era, and the afterlife are discussed in the entry on Jewish eschatology.
Underlying the practice of the Law was assuredly the recognition of certain fundamental principles, he asserted, culminating in the belief in God and revelation, and likewise in the doctrine of divine justice.
www.guidinglight.com /encyclopedia/Jewish_principles_of_faith   (6323 words)

  
 Jewish principles of faith - One Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The mainstream Jewish view, clearly expressed in the Bible and rabbinic literature, is that God will reward those who observe His commandments and punish those who intentionally transgress them.
Detailed constructions of articles of faith did not find favor in Judaism before the medieval era, when Jews were forced to defend their faith from both Islamic and Christian inquisitions, disputations and polemics.
The 13 Principles of Faith were formulated by Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, better known as Maimonides (1135-1204 CE), in his commentary on the Mishna (tractace Sanhedrin, chapter 10).
www.onelang.com /encyclopedia/index.php/Jewish_principles_of_faith   (5411 words)

  
 ARC - Faiths and ecology - Jewish Faith Statement
Principles were set forth for protecting the public domain, be it those areas “owned” by the public or areas, such as the ozone layer that protects us from the harmful rays of the sun, that belong to no one but serve all.
Jewish legal sources contain extensive discussion of the environmental issues that concern modern society, and point the way to protection against smoke, odors, pollution of air and water, and damage to the natural landscape.
The basic principles of environmental protection, and the actions that flow from these principles, are based upon scripture, and upon the reasons proposed for various commandments.
www.arcworld.org /faiths.asp?pageID=81   (4943 words)

  
 Jewish Faith information, articles and current events
Principles of faith Main article: Jewish principles of faith While Judaism has always affirmed a number of other Jewish Principles of Faith, it has never developed a binding catechism.
Jewish Faith Study Universals and Particulars In prior generations the greatest emphasis in Yeshiva...
Purpose The purpose of the Museum is to preserve a record of the patriotic contributions of the men and women of the Jewish faith who served during and between times of war in the Armed Forces of the...
www.jewfaq.net /jewishfaith   (1671 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Jewish principles of faith
The Torah text does not indicate in what way God created life; it can therefore not be derived from the text whether evolution may have been part of the creation of life.
Interestingly, while Jews hold that such conceptions of God are incorrect, they generally are of the opinion that gentiles that hold such beliefs are not held culpable.
Some people ask whether people can still have any faith after the Holocaust, and some of the theological responses to these questions are explored in Holocaust theology.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Jewish_principles_of_faith   (5666 words)

  
 Jewish Faith - Sunrise
Read Rambam's 13 principles of faith, considered to be the "minimum requirements" of the religion that offers no actual dogma.
Philanthropic organization centralizes fundraising, planning, and events related to local Jewish faith life and sense of community.
Are you a college-bound student of Jewish faith or heritage?
www.isaacfreeman.com /jewish-faith.html   (276 words)

  
 13 Articles of the Jewish Faith - ReligionFacts
These have been widely accepted as a proper expression of the Jewish faith, and they appear in Jewish prayer books today.
So while it is not necessary to believe all of them to be truly Jewish, and many Jews would likely question one or more of the articles, they serve as a good general summary of religious Judaism.
The 13 Articles of the Jewish Faith, as proposed by Maimonides, are as follows:
www.religionfacts.com /judaism/beliefs/13_articles.htm   (224 words)

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