So much has changed since then, no temple or blood sacrifice. Rabbis instead of priests. A lot is still the same, though, same holidays, same writings, same language. I’m sure the culture has changed tremendously (it’s definitely diversified since the diaspora).
I’m curious, do you think that Jews from the second temple period would recognize modern Orthodox Judaism as the same religion?
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