It’s no secret that Judaism doesn’t always align with the modern day sense of morality and justice, I have seen things that go contrary to scripture that are openly accepted in some synagogues today. With the world moving in a new direction where society has become more accepting of sexuality, gender etc… Do you see Judaism making a fundamental shift from what the Torah considers to be morally upright to what the modern world considers right? If yes, what do you think that means for the future of Judaism? If no, do you think the religion will be viewed as bigots by the rest of the world?
Torah and the Modern World
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