Conservative Judaism
Proper noun
  1. A moderate stream of Judaism centered in North America that theoretically maintains Jewish tradition and law, but provides for a more flexible interpretation of it than Orthodox Judaism, in keeping with an evolving world and society.
Related terms Translations
  • German: Reformjudentum
  • Spanish: judaísmo conservador

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