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Founded in 1300 BC, Judaism is one of the oldest religions still in existence today. It began as the religion of a small nation of Jewish people in Mesopotamia (modern- day Iraq) led by Abraham, and through thousands of years of suffering, deaths, persecutions, and expulsions, it fought its way to survive and found to be a profoundly influential religion and culture in our modern day history. To date, there are 14 million people that identify themselves as adherents of Jewish religion, mostly living in Israel, Europe and the USA.

A lot of people are intrigue about this religion without the intentions of converting, but just learning. Judaism and its followers have a lot of issues, complexities and controversies, and that’s what makes it very interesting. It’s hard to understand especially if you are not familiar with the terms being used and for the fact that its spiritual and ethical principles are concretize mainly in the Hebrew Scriptures and the Talmud. Before, knowledge about Jewish history and religion is researched by students from elementary to college in the internet, but now there is a lot of software  being sold to guide students to the many facets of Judaism, from holidays and rituals to life cycle events and history.

These software‘s contains the world’s largest electronic collection of Jewish knowledge ever recorded, which represents hundreds of years of Jewish learning. Some software includes the Bible and the Talmud and their principal commentaries, works about Jewish law and customs like marriage, birth and death, Bar and Bat Mitzvah tutors and multimedia and the major codes of Jewish law. Simple to use without the need of spending too much time researching facts that are not relevant, you can access and search Centuries of scholarship & wisdom in a with just a click of a button.

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