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First published 1984
The phrase “belief in action” has a double meaning: first that Judaism believes in the high value of an active religious and ethical life; and second, that Jewish belief must find its expression in deeds.
Beliefs are extremely important. Activity, even of a religious nature, is mechanical and lifeless unless based on sound convictions. Judaism expects them to do they are carrying out the will of God. Yet to hold true beliefs without translating them into concrete deeds is to be at odds with the Jewish way of life.
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