The main difference between Jews and Christians is their beliefs about the divine messiah. Jews believe that a divine messiah will come to earth and lead the people to salvation. Christians believe that Jesus was the divine messiah who has already come and died for the sins of mankind. Jews also believe in one God, while Christians believe in the Holy Trinity of God, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Jews practice the laws of the Torah as outlined in the Old Testament, while Christians follow the teachings of Jesus as outlined in the New Testament. Jews observe the Sabbath on Saturday, while Christians observe the Sabbath on Sunday. Jews also have different dietary laws than Christians, such as not eating pork or shellfish.
In addition, Jews do not accept Jesus as the messiah, while Christians believe that Jesus is the son of God and the messiah prophesied in the Bible. Jews still look forward to the coming of a messiah, while Christians believe that Jesus is the one and only messiah. Jews also practice circumcision, while Christians don’t. Jews also have different marriage laws than Christians, such as not allowing divorce and requiring a Jewish bride to accept a Jewish groom.