Orthodox Judaism
Proper noun
  1. The most traditional Rabbinic branch of Judaism, characterized by the belief in the continued relevance and binding nature of the Rabbinic interpretation of Jewish law.
Related terms Translations
  • Spanish: judaísmo ortodoxo



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