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Question 1: The first Masorti communities in the ________ were founded in 1979 by North American olim.
United StatesIsraelGreeceArmenia

Question 2: Concerning interpretation of ________ (or Jewish law): because of Judaism's legal tradition, the fundamental differences between modern Jewish denominations also involve the relevance, interpretation, and application of Jewish law and tradition.
Haredi JudaismHalakhaOrthodox JudaismHasidic Judaism

Question 3: In 1973, the ________ voted, without adopting an explanatory responsum, to permit synagogues to count women toward a minyan, but left the choice to individual congregations.
Rabbinical AssemblyConservative JudaismCommittee on Jewish Law and StandardsConservative Halakha

Question 4: After ________, Conservative Judaism continued to thrive.
Second Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IIWorld War IISoviet occupations

Question 5: The global youth movement is known as NOAM (an acronym for No'ar Masorti); its North American chapter is called the ________.
American JewsRabbinical AssemblySolomon Schechter Day School AssociationUnited Synagogue Youth

Question 6: Conservative Judaism views ________ (Jewish religious law) as normative and binding.
Haredi JudaismHasidic JudaismOrthodox JudaismHalakha

Question 7: Meyer Latin American Rabbinical Seminary (Spanish: Seminario RabĂ­nico Latinoamericano Marshall T. Meyer), in ________; and
Buenos AiresSan TelmoPalermo, Buenos AiresBuenos Aires Central Business District

Question 8: Positive-Historical Judaism, the intellectual forerunner to Conservative Judaism, was developed as a school of thought in the 1840s and 1850s in ________.

Question 9: Rather, it is sometimes employed by unaffiliated groups to indicate a range of beliefs and practices more liberal than is affirmed by the Orthodox, and more traditional than the more liberal ________ (Reform and Reconstructionist Judaism).
Jewish ethnic divisionsJewish religious movementsAntisemitismJews

Question 10: A deliberately non-fundamentalist teaching of ________;
Jewish philosophyChristianity and JudaismConservative JudaismJewish principles of faith


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