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non-orthodox, NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM Mitzvah It can also mean a ritual action or custom, such as the "mitzvah" of being called up to read from the Torah, or open the Ark., NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM Torah Accepts Biblical Criticism - that the Torah and Tanakh are man-written., NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM Torah Where science conflicts with the torah, science wins the argument., NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM Torah Torah is thought to have been edited in its final form 2700 years ago., NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM Torah Torah is a text re-written from a series of other original source texts., NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM ethical monotheism Teaches universal ethics. Judaism has customs, but only the universal ethical principles are Godly., NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM PERSONAL MORAL AUTONOMY Torah and tradition may be allowed to INFLUENCE your decisions, but in the end, YOU have MORAL AUTONOMY or INDEPENDENCE to work out what is right and wrong. The Torah may be accepted as a general guide, but it is not something that is allowed to dictate to us what we should do. Same goes for the rabbis., NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM Mitzvah Does not mean "command from God" rather, it means "an ethical thing to do", NON-ORTHODOX JUDAISM Torah Does not believe God dictated it to Moses.