The most important teachings of Judaism is that there is one G-d, who wants people to do what is just and compassionate. Judaism teaches that a person serves G-d by learning the holy books and doing what they teach. These teachings include both ritual actions and ethics. Judaism teaches that all people are made in the image of G-d and deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.
Judaism teaches that all people are made in the image of G-d. This is why people must be treated with dignity and respect. A person serves G-d by being like G-d. This means that they must do what is fair and just, show mercy, and behave with kindness and love for people.
Judaism teaches that G-d allows people to choose what to do – this is called “free will.” Free will is the freedom to do whatever a person wants, but that they must be responsible of his/her own actions. People are responsible for their actions. G-d rewards people who do good, and will punishes those who do wrong. G-d gives a person a reward or a punishment in this world, but He gives the final reward or punishment to the soul of the person after their death.