Which is not true about the religion of early hebrews?
they believed god wanted them to obey his commandments
they believed in a single all-powerful god
they believed in many gods and goddesses associated with nature
they believed god had made a sacred covenant with them
i believe c would be false
b) they believed in many gods and goddesses associated with nature.
The term Judaism refers to the religion, tradition, and culture of the Jewish people. Historically, it is the oldest of the three monotheistic religions, a group that includes Christianity and Islam, originated in the Middle East and derived from the first, called "religions of the book" or "Abrahamic religions." The main feature of the Jewish faith is the belief in an omniscient, omnipotent, and provident God, who would have created the universe and elected the Jewish people to reveal them the law contained in the Ten Commandments and the ritual prescriptions of the third and fourth books of the Torah. According to Jewish beliefs, God is one, His nature is spiritual and abstract, and He has made a sacred covenant with the Hebrews, the chosen people. It was the first Monotheistic religion in History. For these reasons, since ancient times Judaism has opposed polytheism, which is the belief in many gods, and animism, the association of gods and goddesses with nature.
small european communities with shared traditions consolidated into large new states (apex)
they believed god wanted them to...