Concept of God in Judaism

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Zakir Naik

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Let's discuss the concept of God in Judaism. As mentioned the Old Testament in the book of Deuteronomy, chapter number six, verse number four, Moses peace be upon him says Shama Israel, he looked at the 100 Euro Israel, the Lord, our God is one Lord. It's mentioned the book of Isaiah, chapter number 43 was number 11. I,

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I am Lord, and there's no savior besides me. expression, the book of Isaiah, chapter number 45, verse number five, I am Lord, and there's none as there's no God besides me. It's mentioned the book of Isaiah Debnam. 46 was the mind, I am God, and there's none else of God and there's none like me. It further mentioned the book of Exodus chapter number 20, was the three to five, as well as in the book of Deuteronomy, chapter number five was 279

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automatico God says, Thou shall have no other God besides me. Thou shall not make unto thee any graven image of anything of any likeness in the heaven above, in the earth beneath in the water beneath the earth, National Bar unto them, not serve them for God, thy Lord is a jealous God. So if you read the Old Testament, you should understand the concept of God in Judaism and understand Judaism in the right perspective.