Similarities Between Confucianism And Judaism

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There are a lot of different kinds of religions in the world. What are the differences? What are the similarities? Why should we care? Well, you're in luck because today I will be talking about two religions, Confucianism & Judaism, both are monotheistic and believe in ethical behavior. The difference is where they were founded, Judaism was founded in the middle east. Confucianism was founded in China. Confucianism is more a way of life than religion. Still considered a religion nonetheless. What are the similarities of Judaism and Confucianism? There's not a whole lot of similarities between Judaism and Confucianism because they were founded from two different regions in the world. We’ll get more in-depth in that later on but, for now, I will be discussing the similarities between the two religions. They both have Bar Mitzvah technically. Bar Mitzvah is a party that young men celebrate when they turn into adults. Confucianism also celebrate this because young men are turning into adults but it's not called Bar Mitzvah it's called Ji Li (for girls) Guan Li (for boys). According to GlobalCitizens.com “...there has recently…show more content…
Judaism believes in one God (1) that loves and cares about his people and this God created the universe “Jews believe that there is a single God who not only created the universe… Jew can have an individual and personal relationship.” (BBC). God revealed out to Abraham (the founder) and Hebrew people thought that God was the cause of releasing them from slavery in Egypt. God revealed the Ten Commandments to Moses after that Tanakh, Torah, Talmud, Midrash, Responsa, The Septuagint, Zorah (In that order) was created “ God revealed the Ten Commandments to Moses, and many more religious and ethical guidelines in the Torah ("the Law").” (Religion Facts). One of the major Holidays of Judaism is Hanukkah “God miraculously made the one day's worth of oil burn brightly for eight days.” (Religion

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