Rabbinic Judaism is the dominant form of Judaism to survive from the destruction of the Herod's Temple in 70 AD, arising from the sect that Josephus referred to as Pharisees. Rabbinic Jews recognize the oral Torah, as redacted in the Talmud, as well as the written Torah, and their synagogues are led by rabbis. The various branches of Rabbinic Judaism include Orthodox Judaism, Reform Judaism, and Reconstructionist Judaism, and Conservative Judaism.
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