I know that there are different denominations within Judaism, and I went to a Jewish student center for my religious studies class to understand what it means. Based off the answers I was given, it seems that everyone believes in something different. What I want to know is, besides the holidays, rituals, and lineage, what is the doctrine you personally follow and what is your faith? Are Moses’ writings still valid to you? Can you be Jewish and not believe in G*d? What is your take on the Judaism?
What do Jewish people actually believe?
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