It’s a longstanding truism that Judaism, in contrast to other monotheistic faiths, especially Christianity, is rich in rules of religious conduct but devoid of official articles of belief—that is, of dogma. In the popular phrase, it is a religion of deed, not creed. But is that true, or wholly true? Or is it a kind of dogma itself: the dogma, as some wags have put it, of dogmalessness?
Who Wrote Judaism's Canonical Creed?
Untangling the history of the Ani Ma’amin, usually but misleadingly ascribed to Maimonides.