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What are the theological differences between Conservative Judaism and Reform Judaism?

I know Reform Judaism doesn’t consider halacha binding, while Conservative Judaism does. I know both are egalitarian when it comes to gender roles. But what are the other main differences?

If one wanted to explain why they’re a Conservative Jew and not a Reform one (or vice versa), what would they say?

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