As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, I became an atheist recently, and while I’m confident of my conclusion, something about not being affiliated to a religion gives you a sense of freedom to just go and see what is out there. Judaism (which I’ve been interested in for years now) is one that I want to learn more about.
What things I (influenced by Christianity and its approach to religion and God and all the package of denominations and take the Bible literally or not) would need to know about Judaism? What preconceptions that I’m used to in Christianity will need to leave out at the door? In other words, what attitudes, beliefs and practices that are common in Christianity that I will not find in Judaism, other than the basic doctrines of course?