The key to the Jews' success in the past, and the point I was trying to make, has been our ability to adopt and evolve without losing the religion's core. The Talmud is extraordinarily complex and exhaustive precisely because the rabbis painstakingly linked their rulings to ensure it coincided with traditions. This is the challenge Jews today face - how to draw people back to our tradition without compromising that tradition. It's difficult, but certainly worth the effort.
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