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Exploring Judaism’s Denominational Divide

Monday, February 22, 2021 10 Adar 5781

1:00 PM - 2:00 PMZoom

Join us Mondays, February 22-March 15 at 1:00pm to learn with Rabbi Brett Isserow.

Viewed from the outside, Judaism is often considered to be monolithic. However, there are in reality several major religious issues which have divided the Jewish community into diverse streams. Although most of these took their modern form in the past two hundred years, they have deep roots in the past.

We will trace the historical origins of these denominational streams and the differences in their ideology, practice, and belief systems. We will also examine how they have developed and changed over the decades and attempt to assess whence they are headed.

Conflicting attitudes towards Revelation, Providence, Messianism, Ritual, Women, Homosexuality, and Modernity characterize the divide and are some of contentious topics we plan to discuss.

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