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  • 1. Vocabulary Preview Judaism
  • 2. “Reform”
    • Reform has 2 word parts…
    • “ Re”
    • “ Form”
  • 3.
    • “ Re” means to do something again, or to do something over
    • “ Form” means to develop, to arrange or to create
  • 4.
    • Putting together the roots…
    • Reform means “to create something again, to develop it again.”
  • 5.
    • People in reform movements want to change what has been… They want to create it again, in a new way.
    Example: Some people in Egypt would like reform in their government. They would like change.
  • 6. “Reform” Judaism
    • Started when some Jewish people wanted change. They wanted to re-form how Judaism was practiced. They made changes to how the mitzvot are followed.
  • 7.
    • It’s all about the mitzvot…
    • In Reform Judaism, following the mitzvot is a choice that a person can make.