The Jewish Religion

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In the Jewish religion, there have been many occurrences of pluralism and many movements throughout the timeline of its history, from the very beginning of Creation to this very moment. Pluralism has been an important dimension of Judaism. There have been past, present and there will be future movements of this religion because it is ever evolving and growing for and to most. In each period of Judaic history, there have been several moments of pluralism at its finest and examples of different movements. Each period, Biblical Period (Creation, Themes of the Torah, Prophets and Writings), Christianity and Judaism, medieval mysticism and philosophy to the modern movements (Orthodox, Conservative, Reconstructionist, Reform and Holocaust and Redemption Jews) gives prime examples of pluralism. The beginning of time when God created the world the book of Genesis there are two different Creation stories. Genesis 1:1 says, “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” Later, in Genesis 2:4, a second, different story of creation begins. The idea of two different creation stories is not confusion it shows the same events just in a different context. These two stories of how the Earth and everything on it was created was given by God to a scriber to write down the words of God. God gave two different stories to help or show his people that there and be two sides to everything, choose what you believe to be true. The stories leave room for us to rationalize what really

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