I am curious what religious Jews think is unique about Judaism that is not present in other religions. For example, all religions promote being close to God, helping the poor, etc. What I am curious about it what is uniquely particular to Judaism? For example, Buddhism is unique in its focus on the four noble truths and idea of Nirvana being the elimination to attachments to transcend suffering.
What is unique about Judaism compared to other religions?
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