What do you think Jewish life and the Jewish identity will look like in 1000 or even 2000 years? Do you think, religion will still play a part in our identity? Or do you think that being Jewish will no longer be as tied to the religion? Will there still be a Jewish presence in Israel? What kind of new rituals or customs might become the Jewish norm? Obviously, these are unanswerable questions, but based on modern and historic trends in Judaism what do you think are some theoretical answers to these questions?
[Theoretical] What will Jewish life look like in 1000 and 2000 years from now?
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