The Jewish World Today looks at the tradition of Judaism.
Judaism hasn't changed much, if at all, over the centuries. This is not because of any reluctance or resistance to change, although like any ancient religion, there are those who wouldn't change their ways irrespective of any other structural or generic change. Judaism is all very much about tradition and the passing down of faith and belief from generation to generation.
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