The Influence of Liberal Judaism on Israeli Religious Life

Tabory, Ephraim
March 2000
Israel Studies;Spring2000, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p183
Academic Journal
Investigates the influence of liberal Judaism on Israeli religious life. Accomplishment of non-Orthodox Judaism; Potential market for the Reform and Conservative movements; Role of the movements in shaping the nature of the relationship between state and religion.


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