Definition of Reform Jew

1. Noun. Liberal Jew who tries to adapt all aspects of Judaism to modern circumstances.

Group relationships: Reform Judaism
Generic synonyms: Hebrew, Israelite, Jew



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Reeb component
Reeb components
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Reece
Reed
Reed-Frost theory of epidemics
Reed-Sternberg cell
Reed-Sternberg cells
Reed cells
Rees
Rees-Ecker fluid
Reese
Reeth
Refetoff syndrome
Reform Jew (current term)
Reform Judaism
Reformation
Reformed
Reformed Episcopal Church
Refreshment Sunday
Refsum's disease
Refsum's syndrome
Refugee Regatta
Refugee Regattas
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Reg Grundys
Regalecidae
Regalecus glesne
Regan

Literary usage of Reform Jew

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Convention by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1919)
"But, you will say, does this not mean that the Reform Jew, the liberal Jew, who holds that he must live among men, is headed straight toward what you call ..."

2. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1919)
"But, you will say, does this not mean that the Reform Jew, the liberal Jew, who holds that he must live among men, is headed straight toward what you call ..."

3. Views on the Synod by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1905)
"I do not believe that the Reform Jew in the United States will much follows and be interested in advice given by an ecclesiastical body, such as I believe ..."

4. Yearbook of American Churches: 1st -40th Issue; 1915-1972 by Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America (1922)
"Broadly speaking, then, the so-called orthodox Jew is distinguished from the so-called reform Jew by a more rigid observance of the "ceremonial" ..."

5. Hebrew Union College, and Other Addresses by Kaufmann Kohler (1916)
"So is the attitude of the true reform Jew today— of the Jew who reclaims the entire so-called Christian civilization for Judaism, and does not plan a ..."

6. The Spiritual Unrest by Ray Stannard Baker (1910)
"The orthodox Jew still looks to a miraculous coming of the Messiah, and a physical return of all Jews to Jerusalem. The Reform Jew be- ..."

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