Judaism

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Judaism is a religion which has arisen after Jews have rejected and crucified the [[Jesus Christ|Messiah]] predicted by Old Testament prophets.
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Judaism is a religion which has arisen after Jews have rejected and crucified the [[Jesus Christ|Messiah]] predicted by [[Old Testament]] [[prophet]]s.
 
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Judaism is religian
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Judaism is religion
 
==Judaism and Orthodox Liturgy==
 
==Judaism and Orthodox Liturgy==
  
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==External link==
 
==External link==
*[http://www.marquette.edu/maqom/ The Jewish Roots of Christian Mysticism] - A set of resources put together by a seminary led by Fr. [[Alexander Golitzin]]
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*[http://www.marquette.edu/maqom/ The Jewish Roots of Christian Mysticism] - A set of resources put together by a [[seminary]] led by Fr. [[Alexander Golitzin]]
  
 
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Judaism is a religion which has arisen after Jews have rejected and crucified the Messiah predicted by Old Testament prophets.

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