In the Torah, faith in God means trust, not belief in particular propositions.
Medieval authorities responded to outside pressures and formulated Jewish principles of faith.
Saadiah articulated Jewish creeds, Maimonides followed suit, and a group of 15th-century Spaniards continued the tradition.
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Maimonides' theological principles were never unanimously embraced.