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Question 1:
  • Major Codes of Jewish Law and Custom
    • ________ and commentaries
      Orthodox JudaismJudaismMishneh TorahHalakha

Question 2: ________ is rooted in the Kabbalah, and Hasidic Jews accept the Kabbalah as sacred scripture.
Hasidic JudaismChabadHasidic philosophyIzhbitza (Hasidic dynasty)

Question 3: In addition to the requirement that the species be considered kosher, meat and poultry (but not fish) must come from a healthy animal slaughtered in a process known as ________.
Kosher foodsJewish ethicsShechitaHalakha

Question 4: At its core, the Tanakh is an account of the Israelites' relationship with ________ from their earliest history until the building of the Second Temple (c.
TheologyGodNontheismPantheism

Question 5: The most controversial of these groups is the American ________ which actively proselytizes ethnic Jews through numerous missionary campaigns in major American cities.
Jews for JesusChristianity and JudaismMessianic JudaismAntisemitism

Question 6: The ________ is arguably the most well-known example of a non-kosher animal.
CattleHippopotamusPigWild boar

Question 7: ________, a recent North American movement, was begun by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, a Hassidic rabbi, in the 1960s.
Jewish holidayJewish RenewalHumanistic JudaismAshkenazi Jews

Question 8: Well-known non-Orthodox Jewish philosophers include Martin Buber, Franz Rosenzweig, Mordecai Kaplan, ________, and Emmanuel Lévinas.
Abraham Joshua HeschelHalakhaKabbalahRabbi

Question 9: The most well-known of these is the ________, a Christian movement which was developed as a better attempt at evangelizing Jews.
Judeo-ChristianBibleMessianic JudaismChristianity and Judaism

Question 10: The Shema is the recitation of a verse from the Torah (________ 6:4): Shema Yisrael Adonai Eloheinu Adonai Echad—"Hear, O Israel!
Book of ExodusPsalmsBook of LeviticusBook of Deuteronomy
















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