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Frijoles---There is no such thing as a tribal Christian people.
Christianity is a faith, not a tribe.
HughBe--- Please explain your point.
Frijoles---Even better, why dont you get a brain
not wasting any more time on this
HughBe---Ok, dear and FYI the word TRIBAL has to do with RACE and NOT religion.
Finally and for your information, JUDAISM" is a faith, not a tribe"
JEWS are a TRIBE a RACIAL group.
Main article: Jewish principles of faith
Faith itself is not a religious concept in Judaism.
Although Judaism does recognize the positive value of Emunah(generally translated as faith, trust in God) and the negative status of the Apikorus (heretic), faith is not as stressed or as central as it is in other religions, especially compared with Christianity and Islam. It could be a necessary means for being a practicing religious Jew, but the emphasis is placed on practice rather than on faith itself. Very rarely does it relate to any teaching that must be believed. Classical Judaism does not require one to explicitly identify God (a key tenet of faith in Christianity), but rather to honour the idea of God.