Judaism as a Diasporic Religion
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The paper discusses how for the day of globalization and globalized religions, Judaism's experience of the Diaspora can offer different lessons to do with assimilation and integration as highly variable phenomena. The paper explains that members of different religions will remain united by awareness of bodies of scripture or common traditions with poles of orthodoxy versus secularity and varying adaptation to a host environment.
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