Rabbinic Judaism

Rabbinic Judaism began as a remnant of Mosaic Judaism after the Temple destruction in AD 70 and continues to the present day.

Since the Temple sacrifices central to Mosaic Judaism could no longer be performed, the rabbis embraced what remained of God’s revelation to man, Torah study, prayer, and observance of the remaining halakhot, in scattered synagogues and houses of study, based on God’s eternal election of His people Israel. God’s awesome depth is visible in that even what remains constantly refreshes Rabbinic Judaism as a living faith.