The home is an important place of worship in Judaism. There are challenges and benefits of observing Shabbat, and food rules that Jews have to stick to in the home.
What is worship?
Expressing the value of God for the believer
Taking time to watch a game
Relaxing at home
When is Shabbat celebrated?
From sunset on Friday to sunset on Saturday
Once a year
Twice a day
Who lights the candles at the beginning of Shabbat?
The mother of the family
The father of the family
The youngest child in the family
Why do Orthodox Jews not drive a car on Shabbat?
Because walking is healthier
Because they wish to show concern for the environment on Shabbat
Because this would be regarded as working on Shabbat
What does the word kashrut mean?
The braided loaf eaten during Shabbat
The Jewish food rules
The 613 commandments that Jews must follow
Where are the Jewish food rules found?
In the Torah, mainly Leviticus
In the synagogue
In the kosher
What does the word kosher mean?
The foods that Jews are not allowed to eat
The food that Jews are allowed to eat
What does the word treif mean?
Observing the Sabbath
Food that Jews are forbidden from eating
Food that Jews are allowed to eat
What does the term parev mean?
Foods that are neither meat nor dairy
The Jewish food laws
The loaf of braided bread eaten during Shabbat
Which of the following three foods are all kosher?
Carrots, apples and chicken
Crab, bananas and ham
Bacon, broccoli and beef