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Unformatted text preview: follow a kosher diet, nor does it obey the law of talion, the eye for an eye law. They do, however, promote modern culture and teachings of non-fundamentalist Judaism. The least strict sect of Judaism is Reform Judaism. This sect believes that a Jew is able to follow whichever law he or she chooses. They view the Judaic laws more like guidelines instead of absolute rule. These Jews strongly accept world trends such as Gay Marriage and World Peace. Their diets may or may not be kosher, because it is up to the individual Jew to make the choice of following a law or not. As you can see, the three sects of Judaism are mainly defined through their own interpretation of the Judaic law. From strict to lenient, Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Jews are still united under one God and under one belief. Works Cited Fiero, Gloria. The Humanistic Tradition . 5th. 1. New York NY: McGraw-Hill, 2006. Print. Sayre, Henry M. Discovering the Humanities. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 2010. Print....
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