Reform Judaism
Proper noun
  1. A movement in Judaism, characterized by the loosening of the strictures of much of traditional Jewish law that is seen as irrelevant to modern society, and by the shortening, simplification, and translation to the vernacular of Jewish ritual.
Related terms Translations
  • German: Reformjudentum
  • Spanish: judaísmo reformista

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