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Negotiation, Adaptation, and Protest: The Modern Period and Its Challenges
Reform Judaism: - It was movement that was enforced by Israel Jacobson (1768– 1828) in 1815
with an objective of making Judaism practices flexible, enlightening new ideals and practices
with consideration of their compatibility with Judaism so as the Jews could adjust their lives in
Germany. Reform Judaism did not become influential in society until 1830s where it gained
ground in Germany leading to the introduction of the German-language prayer book in 1848.
One of the greatest figures that facilitated the growth and development of Reform Judaism was
Abraham Geiger, Spiritual leader, because of his study in Near Eastern languages and
philosophy that helped in the critical analysis of Hebrew Bible, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
to demonstrate how they related to Reform Judaism (p11...
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