Depending on the denomination of Judaism, the terms for a modern Jewish place of worship are synagogue, shul and temple. These words' usage bears the closest resemblance to the Christian "church" or Islamic "mosque." The... More »

Images of Ezekiel are available on goodsalt.com, photobucket.com, Wikipedia and Google images. "Ezekiel on the Sistine Chapel ceiling" and "Ezekiel holding a scroll with his prophecy and pointing to the closed gate" are ... More »

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In Leviticus 19:28, the Bible says, "Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am Lord." During the time that this biblical passage was written, tattoos were associated wi... More »

Jewish people pray and worship at a synagogue, which may also be referred to as a shul or a temple. In Israel, Jews also pray at the Wailing Wall, even leaving prayer messages tucked into cracks. More »

The three main principles of faith in Judaism are belief in a single, incorporeal and eternal god who created the entire universe; a set of moral principles that require people to treat one another with dignity and love,... More »

The Jewish people worship YHWH, the sacred name of God as revealed to the prophet Moses in the Torah. It is a combination of the past, present and future tense of the word "howa," which means "to be." The proper pronunci... More »

People of the Jewish religion practice in synagogues as their official place of worship. Synagogue is a Greek word that means "assembly." More »

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