Despite its Jewish origins, it was not long before Christianity regarded itself as something other than a new Jewish sect.
The first Christian council, described in the New Testament, concluded that pagan converts to Christianity did not have to follow Jewish ritual laws.
The term was thus first used to denote those known or perceived to be disciples of Jesus.
The history of early Christian groups is told in Acts in the New Testament.
A Jew (Hebrew: יְהוּדִי, Yehudi (sl.); יְהוּדִים, Yehudim (pl.); Ladino: ג׳ודיו, Djudio (sl.); ג׳ודיוס, Djudios (pl.); Yiddish: ייִד, Yid (sl.); ייִדן, Yidn (pl.)) is a member of the Jewish people/ethnicity.
Sabbath, Havdalla, Rosh Ha Shanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Simchat Torah, Chanukah, Tu Bi Shvat, Purim, Passover, Lag Ba Omer, Shavout. Part of Bible addresses specific laws for everyday life.Soon, converts to Christianity were almost exclusively pagans and Christianity moved further away from Judaism.In the 2,000 years of history since Jesus, the relationship between Christianity and the ancient faith in which it is rooted has often been strained.Protestants confess straight to God, Catholic confess mortal sins to a Priest, and venial sins straight to God (Orthodox have similar practice) Anglicans confess to Priests but considered optional. Ancient times: there was a sin offering for individuals. On Yom Kippur, they confess sins, and ask forgiveness from God. God is present everywhere recent reforms have prompted many Christians to not face anywhere in their prayers. God has always existed, none existed before him and will exist forever. Jews uniquely developed monotheism as a God of All.But also they must ask forgiveness directly from any people they may have wronged. They were surrounded by pagen tribes who believed in gods based on their location, or denominations regard It as forbidden and Idolatry.Jesus' family followed Jewish customs and Jesus frequently quoted the Hebrew Bible.Jesus' followers believed him to be the messiah, a Jewish figure predicted in the Jewish Bible.Christianity has its own philosophy, found in the the Bible. Explained by Jesus in Mathew 19:3-9 and said, ‘Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh. Judaism is the Abrahamic religion of the Jewish people, based on principles and ethics embodied in the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) and the Talmud (the great written opinions of the different rabbi's and intellectuals and holy men throughout the years) The definition of Christianity varies among different Christian groups.That philosophy is Salvation from sin, through the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Therefore what God has put together let man not seperate.'Justice, faithfulness, charity, modesty, Tikkun Olam (improving the world), mitzvot (good deeds, following God's law), Love of the creations. Roman Catholics, Protestants and Eastern Orthodox define a Christian as one who is the member of the Church and the one who enters through the sacrament of baptism.Infants and adults who are baptized are considered as Christians.Jesus's Jewish group became labeled 'Christian' because his followers claimed he was 'Christ' the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew and Aramaic word for 'Messiah.' Judaism is the religion of the Jewish people, based on principles and ethics embodied in the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh) and the Talmud.