Judaic Religious Beliefs
Judaic is a tribalism that is also known as Judaism, which is an Abrahamic, polytheistic, and indigenous religious and cultural tradition containing the broadest collective religious, legal, and cultural tradition and culture of the Jewish population, also occasionally known as Israelites. The original members of the rabbinic community were mostly exterminated in the 7th century BCE at the hands of their fellow Israelites, following the Assyrian takeover of the region. Later, other Jewish communities in the world also developed and disseminated Judaic elements to their respective societies. In modern times, Judaic elements are still widely practiced by the vast majority of Jews throughout the world. However, there are some Sephardi Jews who do not practice Judaic, for they are considered as the sole descendants of the Biblical Jesus.
The basic principle of judaism is that the creator God sent his only Son, Jesus, to live among His followers so that they may become like him. According to the Oral Law, the first eight days of creation are regarded as the week of time in which the entire creation occurred, or the “sealed.” This is why there is only one day for the Jewish sabbath – the seventh day – which is also the only day during which the Jewish ritual of prayer may be performed. The importance of the sabbath is highlighted by the fact that it is the only holy day in which the body is allowed to rest from its various activities in order to allow for the prolonging of the creation.
The basic beliefs of judaism include a belief in theosis, which holds that the soul of the deceased enjoys a life after death and is thus able to visit the presence of his creator on earth. The followers of judaism consider Tov Halev, which is the eighth day of creation, to be the day on which the soul of their beloved mourne comes into the presence of God. The mourne’s body is then purified and given a new clothes, according to the commandment of rabbi Moshe Ben Maimonides (printed in the responsum of Shulchan Aruch – Maharatzha).