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Who are the Jews today? What do they believe? Is a different interpretation of Judaism needed for the next century? This work presents an overview and critical evaluation of the different religious sub-groups within the contemporary Jewish community. In the author's view, what is now required is an alternative vision of Judaism based on an acceptance of the plurality which currently exists within modern Jewry. Such a new philosophy of Judaism - referred to as Open Judaism - provides an overarching ideological framework for Jewish living in the next millennium. Designed for students and general readers, this volume provides an introduction to the various Jewish movements as well as a modernised conception of the Jewish religion more in tune with contemporary liberal values.