Tag: traditional Jewish community
Winners and Losers in Denominational Memberships in the United States
October 16, 2005 | Chaim I. Waxman
Although dominant in the mid-twentieth century, Conservative Judaism has lost this place and is declining in numbers. Over the past decade, Reform Judaism has become the largest denomination. Despite Reform's more "traditionalist" manifestations than in the past, the rift between it and the traditional Jewish community remains wide.