I’m not Jewish, but I’m interested in Judaism. I asked someone who works at a local conservative synagogue (not the rabbi; she’s new and her schedule is full until after the High Holidays) a bunch of questions a few weeks ago. I don’t remember how this came up, but he said that animal sacrifices should NEVER be brought back because they’re inhumane. So I’m like, uh, but G-d said to do them… If G-d commanded something, it can’t possibly be wrong, right? Is it common for Conservative Jews to think that animal sacrifices are inhumane and should never be done again, or was that guy just extremely confused?
Question about animal sacrifices and Conservative Judaism
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