God in Judaism
Judaism's belief in one, all-powerful God made the Jewish People unique in ancient times. And the Jewish concept of God is Judaism's legacy to the Western world. What is God in Judaism?
What is the nature of God in Judaism? Rabbi Shraga Simmons describes the Jewish concept of God.
Reform Rabbi Jeffrey W. Goldwasser explains why some Jews spell God, "G-d."
Why do Jews write the name of God as G-d?
How should God's name be pronounced?
Rabbi Shraga Simmons describes the Jewish concept of Shekina (Divine Presence).
What was Jewish prophets' understanding God?
Rabbi A. Page answers the questions: Does God still interact with man like He did in the Torah?
A wonderful teacher, with the help of her adult Jewish education class, created this list of ways to give children experiences that nurture God-talk. Opportunities for talking to children about God include rituals that make time holy, acts that make us all Gods Partners in improving the world, and moments to recognize the awesome creativity of God.
The Lord asked the Israelites (Hebrews) to fear Him. Fear as in being incapacitated or running away screaming would take them away from God. Rabbi Jeffrey Wolfson Goldwasser explains Judaism's definition of fear of God.
The Jewish Student Research Center (JSource) examines how the nature, essence, history, and reputation of God are reflected in God's name.
Intermediate article on Jewish belief from Judaism 101.