Can Someone Be Jewish Without Being Religiously Observant?
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Gain a better understanding of how Jewish people may relate to their Jewish identity. Learn that some Jewish people relate to Judaism as a heritage, culture, or ethnicity, but may not be ritually or religiously observant. As with other religions, there’s no singular Jewish experience.
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