Pew: 10 key findings about Jewish Americans

"Jews in the United States are on the whole less religious than the overall public, at least by standard measures used in surveys. But Jewish Americans participate in a wide range of culturally Jewish activities as well as traditional religious practices." - Pew

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Aaron Blumer's picture

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Judiasm is rapidly transitioning from a religion to a cultural identity only.  It has always had a strong cultural identity, but that is quickly becoming the only thing that holds them together.  The religious aspects continue to rapidly fall away year after year.