What does Judaism say about theft?

There is a lot to read in Judaism. The most important scriptures and textbooks of the Jews are Hebrew Bible, the Tanakh. Christians call them the Old Testament or the First Testament. As the name suggests, this Bible was written in Hebrew script and language. It consists of three parts: the Torah, the books of the prophets and the scriptures.
The Torah consists of the five books of Moses. They are divided into 52 weekly sections. These passages are called Parascha and are dealt with one after the other in the worship service on each Shabbat. In this way, Jews can read the Torah completely through from cover to cover once a year.
Each community has a handwritten version on rolled up sheepskin or cowhide. These are the Torah scrolls. The reader reads from them.

The Books of the prophets are called Newiim and deal with the judges and kings after Moses' death as well as the prophets. The prophets also herald the Messiah who, as Savior, will bring a kingdom of peace and justice.

The Scriptures are called Ketuwim. They include 150 psalms and so-called wisdom stories.

The Psalms are a collection of prayerswho pray Jews in every situation. According to tradition, King David wrote it and was the first to pray.
In the wisdom stories about special men and women, God proclaims profound wisdom to his people.

Besides, Jews have that Talmud. It contains many explanations and stories. They help you understand the Hebrew Bible properly and practice the commandments properly. The Talmud provides the rabbi with the basis for his religious decisions. In addition to religious topics, the Talmud is also a body of law in which legal questions relating to human coexistence are clarified. This also includes, for example, property damage, theft, bodily harm and murder.

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