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Jewish Living: A Guide to Contemporary Reform Practice Paperback – September, 2010
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Many orthodox Jews, in effect, think that Progressive Judaism is kind of an anti-Judaism, and that progressive Jews have no sense or respect for Jewish history or Jewish law whose ultimate end will be the disappearance of authentic Judaism all together. Sadly enough, many progressive Jews also believe that what defines progressive Judaism is a rejection of ancient rabbinic law. Some progressive Jews go even further and believe that the Reform movement was founded on a complete rejection of Jewish law. In other words, Reform Judaism is movement that seeks to erase the importance of historic Jewish law in Jewish practice. However, the true brilliance and worth of this book challenges such ignorant thinking about modern progressive Jewish religion. It sets the record straight for both progressive and traditional leaning Jews that Reform Judaism actively engages the historic Jewish law through the process of reforming Judaism by the proces of the law itself.Read more ›
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I really enjoyed this book and the seller was very easy to work with so Win, Win! I really feel this is a must for your library. Thanks.Published 23 months ago by L. Janice Eichler
I hated this book it makes a Liberal Faith that celebrates freedom look highly legalistic and overly concerned with ritual perfection.It shames Reform Judaism.Published on July 18, 2013 by Carlsherr3
"This definitive guide for Reform Jewish practice" ignores the fact that the Reform movement (from Germany) did away with all ritual practices, and only recently added some back... Read morePublished on December 1, 2012 by RADABAM