Conservative Judaism

Conservative Judaism
noun Date: 1892 Judaism as practiced especially among some United States Jews with adherence to the Torah and Talmud but with allowance for some departures in keeping with differing times and circumstances — compare Orthodox Judaism, Reform Judaism

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  • Conservative Judaism — noun a form of Judaism seeking to preserve Jewish tradition and ritual but with a more flexible approach than Orthodox Judaism …   English new terms dictionary

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  • Conservative Judaism (journal) — Conservative Judaism is a peer reviewed scholarly journal published by the Rabbinical Assembly and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. It is presently edited by Rabbi Martin Samuel Cohen. The journal was founded in 1945. Past editors have …   Wikipedia

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