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- Part Two


1. What is the basis for the allegations about the practices of 'Reform Judaism'? 

2. Is not 'Reform Judaism' entitled to its own interpretation of Jewish law and tradition?

3. Does not the 'Conservative Movement' follow Halachah? 

4. Is it not true that some 'orthodox' rabbis hold views similar to those of the 'conservative'?

5. Is it not presumptuous for anyone to sit in judgment over who is a 'kosher' rabbi and who is not?

6. If 'reform' and 'conservative' ideologies are non-kosher, and in conflict or defiance of Halachah, does that not mean that  neither their rabbis nor their followers are really Jews?

7. How, then, is one to relate to the 'non-orthodox'? 


+ Appendix
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