in ultimate truth of reality, is it not clear that judaism is it?
I have only recently begun to look at other belief systems, so please excuse if the answer is obvious. it is not obvious to me at this point.
idea is as follows:judaism seems true for a variety of reasons. one of the most prominent is judaism's unique claims of national revelation and multiplicity of large-scale miracles in egypt, the desert, and afterwards, some of which were sustained over a 39 year period. such claims could either be made up or true. it seems more reasonable to assume they are true.
if it is clear that judaism is true, why do all the buddhists, secularists, and subscribers of all the other (non-bible-based) beliief systems in the world practice their respective systems and not judaism?
is it that the above arguments of mass revelation, etc, are not found to be compelling by all these people? is it that they are compelling, but the other systems have lines of argument of equal or superior compelling nature? something else?
any insight would be appreciated