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- n. The most traditional Rabbinic branch of Judaism, believing the written Torah and the oral Torah were literally given to Moses by God.
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- n. beliefs and practices of a Judaic sect that strictly observes Mosaic law
- n. Jews who strictly observe the Mosaic law as interpreted in the Talmud
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"The decision should challenge other religions and more traditional denominations, such as Orthodox Judaism, to transform their cruel and unjust stance towards lesbian and gay people.
"The description" Orthodox Judaism "is the name of a group of Jews who try as hard as they can to imitate their rebbes in every aspect of life.
Although Haredim are not the only form of Orthodox Judaism -- Jews who follow all rules of the religious life.
First, because anything that sounds like religion is "heard" by Israelis as Orthodox Judaism, virtually the only brand of Judaism that they see in Israel and mostly resent.
The school is based on the ideals of Torah U'madda , a tenant of modern Orthodox Judaism that recognizes the values of both religious and secular knowledge.
Gavi Brown, a 19-year-old English major, also believed that the article raised questions about the boundaries of modern Orthodox Judaism.
Though I was certainly not surprised, I was saddened when recently I read a statement on marriage for same-sex couples issued by a wing of Orthodox Judaism and signed by over 100 Orthodox rabbis reaffirming its position laid out in July 2010 on marriage for same-sex couples.
For instance, Orthodox Judaism does not generally restrict a women or man in the secular space.
To put it colloquially, it seems Orthodox Judaism was cramping his style.
Excluding women or men in a secular context is generally not accepted practice in mainstream Orthodox Judaism.
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