- from Ancient Hebrews
Through many hardships and victories, Judaism has survived for more than 3,000 years. Today, Jews still honor the teachings of Abraham and Moses.
These teachings, and the lessons of prophets and rabbis, evolved into a system of Jewish laws and ethics that inspire Jews to live up to a high moral standard. That means more than just going to Temple. It means being honest, just, and virtuous, as the Torah commands. This strong faith also teaches Jews to honor their history, both the good times and the bad. They honor the past through holy days, celebrations, and traditions.