RELIGION LIBRARY

Orthodox Judaism

History

Missions and Expansion

Since by its very nature, Judaism is non-evangelistic, one cannot accurately speak of a deliberate, missionary spreading of Orthodox Judaism. However, since the late 1960s, especially in Israel after the Six Day War, a growing number of Orthodox Jewish movements, most famously Chabad/Lubavitch and Aish ha-Torah, have engaged in active religious outreach to non-observant Jews.

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