anonymous
  • anonymous
How did Judaism differ from other religions of ancient times? (1 point) It taught that there was one God for all peoples. It taught that only the priests had access to divine will. It taught that the Hebrew king was part god. It taught that reincarnation led to the end of suffering.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It taught that there was one God for all peoples. of what i know, Judaism does not include reincarnation, or people being part god because in their religion, there is only one god. Also it taught that divine will-- that only God has his will and nobody had/has access to it. hope i helped:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Jolly is right, Judaism is monotheistic.

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