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The Religion of the non-religious Jews

Franz Rudolph Bienenfeld

The Religion of the non-religious Jews

a lecture delivered to the Sociological Society of Vienna on November 10th,1937.

by Franz Rudolph Bienenfeld

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Published by Museum Press in London .
Written in English


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he is a "tinok shenishba", he does not folllow torah because he has no knowledge of it, and may be very connected to g-d through interpersonal mitzvot. I am a Jew and I am non religious and there are many of us. So if I don´t believe in religion how can I be Jewish. I think the explanation lies unfortunately in that it is not only Jews who define Judaism, in my case, and in the case of many other Jews, Judaism was not only defined by sharing a common culture and history with other Jews but by.

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[Leave a comment underneath your book choices to help. By the ’s, Yom Kippur was no longer a fast day to non-religious Jews, but a feast day. Borscht Belt hotels celebrated the “high holidays” with huge dinners and comedians.

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