German Reform Movement (Judaism)

German Reform Movement (Judaism)

The German Reform movement in Judaism identifies a period of disputes and innovation during the first two thirds of the 19th century. The ideas, practices, and debates of this period lead to the current denominational structure of Judaism.

Read more about German Reform Movement (Judaism):  The Stirrings of Change, Development of The Historical-Critical School, Liturgical Reform, Organizational Activity, Orthodox Opposition

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German Reform Movement (Judaism) - Orthodox Opposition
... the intellectual leaders of the opposition to reformers was the GermanOrthodox Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch ... Although a friend of Abraham Geiger, he criticized the Reformmovement thus "It is foolish to believe that it is the wording of a prayer, the notes of a synagogue tune, or the order of a special service ...

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