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To what extent has the home become the centre of Judaism, and why? Discuss with reference to at least two modern Jewish movement
Religion and Theology
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Judaism Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Judaism Judaism bases its religious, social, and ethical laws on the first five books of the Bible known as the Torah (Berkowitz, 2012). In addition to the Torah and its interpretations, Judaism has other texts considered sacred including the Midrash, Talmud, legal, the rabbinic.
The difference mainly lies in the interpretation of the texts used by the two religions to lead to different religious beliefs and practices. The movements that form within the Judaism include Orthodox, reform, Conservative, and Reconstructionist. Despite the differences religious and sacred text interpretations, Jews are united by the same belief of being the chosen people by as descendants of Abraham in the Holy Bible (Neusner, 1994). They emphasize the practice observant of the religious texts that the act of accepting their presence as a mere show of faith. Their worship places are mainly synagogues where all the religious ceremonies and rituals are conducted with their religious leaders known as Rabbis. There are customs and traditions that the Jews subscribe to as detailed in the first five books of the bible and other texts considered sacred by the Jews. The two movement that will be considered as a show of the various precincts through which the home is a centre of Judaism is the conservative and reformist movements of Judaism. Conservative Jews believe in the core values of its rituals and roles as the practice of what one believes in the daily practices. Reform Judaism believes that the written and oral laws are because of human intervention and the time of its giving as regards the Torah. ...
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