Excellent article. It's about right. Perhaps only 30%of Jews worlwide are Orthodox. Even Jews by birth decide eventually to be Baaim Teshuvah. This is a gateway, an opening, whereby if they want to pursue further, they can choose to go that route. Anyway, hooray for the Reformist Movement which allows women to be rabbis, even though it is said that we ARE a kingdom of priests and a Holy nation, and all were pressent at the Revelation on Mount Sinai, both men AND women. The history of the reform movement and its luminaries IS very interesting, and unfortunate in that we sometimes don't see Amalek, when he is right in front of us. "...in every generation".
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