Reform Judaism is considered the most liberal Jewish movement, based on the belief that the Torah was written by people, not G-d, and that the religion must change and adapt to survive.

Conservative Judaism falls somwhere between Reform and Orthodoxy.

On the surface, Jews for Jesus adhere to the same belief system as other Jews, except they believe Jesus is the Messiah. However, its critics charge that Jews for Jesus is Jewish in name only.
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