Read the mentioned chapter and fill in the table given below. Don't forget to include sources as well.
Book: Living religions
Source: Fisher, M.P. (2014) Living Religions Pearson: Upper Saddle River, NJ
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Practices and Rituals
Many of Jewish practices and rituals reflect the person's life cycle. Some examples of such rituals are circumcision done on male infants on the 8th day after birth, bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah marking the religious adulthood of boys and girls at the ages of 13 and 12 years respectively. A family weekly ritual is the lighting of Sabbath candles on Friday night. Sabbath is kept as a day of rest. Another important practice is the kosher dietary law that prescribes the types of food and their combinations that an observing Jew may and may not eat.
Fisher, 2014, p. 283....
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