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Orthodox Jewish

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Orthodox JewishOrthodox Jewish and is a form of Judaism, which follows a strict interpretation and application of laws and ethical principles in the first saint of the Talmudic texts ( "Oral Torah"), then developed and applied by the authorities later known Gaonim, Rishonim and Acharonim. And of the Orthodox Jewish belief that the Torah and the laws of God, chosen by God to Moses, the eternal and fixed, and I think that there is also an oral law in Judaism, the Torah and the interpretation of the written legal parties, and is based on the divine law of God written with Moses, as contained in the Talmud, Midrash, and the number of innumerable texts, all interrelated, and the essence of nature with the written law of the Torah and the belief that God has an exclusive, unbreakable Covenant with the children of Israel, which is governed by the Torah, the observance of Halakha, or Jewish law, including the adoption of laws, including the Shulchan Aruch, as authoritative guidance practical application of the laws written and oral between the halakha and the acceptance of the rabbis as authoritative and the judges of the following Jewish law, belief in Jewish eschatology. Orthodox faith can be found in most of its accession to the ten principles of the Jewish religion, as the Rambam (Maimonides son). Orthodox Jews are expected to practice all the 613 Mitzvot are generally considered necessary for the conversion of Orthodox and normally have to commit the promise Orthodox is not a movement or school of thought. Nothing in all the rabbis of the Rabbinate, which is expected to include, or organization by the members of the parish. In the United States at this time that there are a number of organizations like Agudath Israel, Orthodox congregations, the Orthodox Union and the National Council of Youth of Israel, and that no one can say that the majority of all Orthodox parishes.