A major branch within Judaism which teaches strict adherence to rabbinical interpretation of Jewish law and its traditional observances. There are more than 600 rules governing religious and everyday life.
- All of these Jews believed in the core beliefs that became known as Orthodox Judaism.
- She says she bases her morality on her religious commitment to Orthodox Judaism.
- But certainly Frimer went on to become a major intellectual figure in Orthodox Judaism.
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