Report: American Jews Becoming Less Religious

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Report: American Jews Becoming Less Religious

According to a new report, the majority of American Jews now believe that being Jewish has more to do with ancestry and culture than religious beliefs, with 20 percent saying they don’t identify with any religion. What do you think?

  • “Another win for Jesus!”

    Theodore Penfield
    Piano Tuner
  • “Yeah, Rabbi Chaim Yehuda Krinsky has really been phoning it in lately.”

    Elise Stevens
    Mine Inspector
  • “We still get to hoist them up in chairs when they get married, right? Oh, phew, thank goodness.”

    Conrad Bancroft