Orthodox and Reform Jews have different attitudes towards the roles of women and men in worship and authority.
What is the main difference between Orthodox and Reform Judaism?
The way they dress
Their interpretations of the sacred texts
How often they attend the synagogue
In which Jewish tradition do men and women sit separately for worship in the synagogue?
The Reform tradition
The Orthodox tradition
The Liberal tradition
Who lights the candles at the beginning of Shabbat?
The mother of the family
The father of the family
The youngest child in the family
Which Jewish movement does not allow women to ordain as rabbis?
What is prejudice?
Denying somebody the right to life
Having an unfavourable view of someone before you get to know them
Taking action that stops a person having a fair chance
What is discrimination?
Why do Jews believe that everyone is equal in God's eyes?
All human beings are capable of doing equal work
God created all human beings
God will welcome all human beings to Heaven when they die
Which of the following is considered to be a woman’s role in Judaism?
Being counted in the minyan
Being a rabbi
Looking after the home and bringing up the children
Traditionally, which of the following are women forbidden to partake in within any movement of Judaism?
Ordaining as a rabbi
Attending the synagogue
Which of the following differs between men and women in Judaism?
The words in the Torah
The number of mitzvot or commandments they have to follow
The Ten Commandments