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Orthodox Judaism

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The branch of Judaism that is governed by adherence to the Torah as interpreted in the Talmud.

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  • noun 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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  • noun beliefs and practices of a Judaic sect that strictly observes Mosaic law
  • noun Jews who strictly observe the Mosaic law as interpreted in the Talmud

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Examples

  • "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.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "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.

    Israpundit

  • 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.

    Essay Sparks Campus Uproar

  • 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.

    Rabbi Sid Schwarz: 'One Jewish People' Takes Work

  • Gavi Brown, a 19-year-old English major, also believed that the article raised questions about the boundaries of modern Orthodox Judaism.

    Essay Sparks Campus Uproar

  • 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.

    Rabbi Sid Schwarz: 'One Jewish People' Takes Work

  • Although Haredim are not the only form of Orthodox Judaism -- Jews who follow all rules of the religious life.

    In rise of ultra-Orthodox, challenges for Israel

  • 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.

    Rabbi Sid Schwarz: 'One Jewish People' Takes Work

  • Although Haredim are not the only form of Orthodox Judaism -- Jews who follow all rules of the religious life.

    In rise of ultra-Orthodox, challenges for Israel

  • 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.

    Rabbi Sid Schwarz: 'One Jewish People' Takes Work

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