Reform Judaism – Jewish denomination open to external influences and progressive values, emphasising the evolving nature of faith rather than strict adherence to traditional values
(Pronounced ree-form ju-day-is-um)
The reason they form a new jury today (Reform Judaism) is that the judge wants one that's open to progressive values and not stuck in the past.
Reform Judaism is a movement that has changed or abandoned many traditional Jewish beliefs, laws, and practices.
Its followers have adapted to the changing social, political, and cultural conditions of the modern world, challenging the ritual, laws and customs detailed in the Bible and other ancient scriptures.
Reform Judaism started in the early 19th century in Germany, with appeals from laymen for an updating of Jewish traditions.
Many Jews began to question their devotion to traditions such as restrictive dietary laws, having to say prayers in Hebrew, and the wearing of special outfits that set them apart from other people.