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Reform Judaism (magazine)

Reform Judaism is the world's largest circulated Jewish magazine

Reform Judaism is the official magazine of the Union for Reform Judaism. Its print edition has a quarterly circulation to over 200,000 households, synagogues, and other Jewish institutions.[1]

Awards and academic recognition

From time to time its articles have won awards or been listed in RAMBI, the index of articles on Jewish Studies:

  • "Why I Have Not Visited Germany" (Winter,1997) by Rabbi Authur Herzberg. The American Jewish Press Association awarded this article a first place Simon Rockower Award for Excellence in Jewish Journal for commentary and editorial writing.
  • "Thank you, Moritz Loth : a 125-year UAHC retrospective" (Spring, 1998) by Michael Meyer is listed in RAMBI.


  1. ^ Reform Judaism Magazine – Advertising Information

External links

  • Official website
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