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BElIEFS AND PRACTICES OF THE HASIDIC JEWS AND REFORM JEWS
Transcript of BElIEFS AND PRACTICES OF THE HASIDIC JEWS AND REFORM JEWS
-Reform Jews are committed to the principal of inclusion, not exclusion.
- They are committed to social justice.
--They seek to adapt their traditional beliefs to the modern world.
-They are required to study as much as possible and to make intelligent choices based on what they have learned.
-Many Reform Jews only attend synagogue on high holidays like Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah.
-Reform Jews sees the Torah more of a guide and less of book of absolute laws that they have to practice, so they follow the principles not the specific commandments.
-Hasidic Jews believe having strict guidelines is important
-They believe that the torah (the torah consists of the first five books of the bible) is the direct word of god
-They believe rules in the torah should be practiced on a daily baisis
-Hasidic Jews believe all humans are created in the image of God
-They believe that when one immersed from a mikvah (spiritual pool of water) it adds holiness to the soul
-Community is very important to Hasidic Jews
-Hasidic Jews believe tradition is a very important aspect
-Hasidic Jews practice rituals on a daily baisis
-They practice the rules of the torah as much as possible on a daily baisis
-Hasidic Jews immerse in a mikvah (ritual pool of water) daily after morning prayers
-They follow a strict dress code
-They study the inner aspects if the Torah to a great extent
-Hasidic Jews worship God in the synagogue
-They both worship God
-They both believe that humans are created in the image of God
-They both worship in the synagogue
-The believe in the Torah
-They celebrate the same spiritual holidays
-They both believe that community is important
-The Reform Jews is the most liberal of the major movements within Judaism today
-They believe that all human beings are created in the image of God
-They believe that they are God's partners in improving the world, repairing the world, they strive to bring peace, freedom and justice to all people.
-Hasidic Jews are very strict
-Reform Jews have more personal freedom
-Hasidic Jews are very traditional
-Reform Jews adapt to modern ways
-Hasidic Jews don't give equal rights to women
-Reform Jews believe strongly that everyone should have equal rights
-Hasidic Jews spend more time then Reform Jews on the spiritual aspect of their lives
BElIEFS AND PRACTICES OF THE HASIDIC JEWS AND THE REFORM JEWS