Is anyone personally familiar with it? Last night I went to a Reform Jewish Synagogue because they had a meeting titled, "Looking into the Christian Bible." I was shocked not at how anti-Christian they were (because I expected that), but at what they believe today as Jews! Last night they claimed that reform Jews believe in: no heaven/hell, Satan is a servant of God (i.e. God uses Satan to make bad things happen to people because we always learn something good out of the bad things that happen to us [Wow! That really blew my mind!]), it was nothing more than a talking snake (reptile) that deceived Eve, there is no such thing as sin, Messiah won't come from a virgin birth (they saw in Hebrew it doesn't actually mean an actual virgin), "Christians say the law is a curse", "all or most Christians are anti-Semetic", Constantine decided what books would be in the NT, and the Christian idea of salvation is not only ridiculous, but also laughable (as they were all mockingly doing last night). And this is really just to list a few. My goal last night was to see what Reform Jews really believe today, not to debate, especially since I was not prepared for this. I am taking Hebrew lessons at this synagogue, and I want to be able to share the gospel with them. I wasn't prepared for last night, but I would appreciate any comments from any of you of how I can be prepared for this in the future. Even though I know it will all mean nothing to them if their hearts are not convicted of their sin. Faith is key, I know this, but I want to be able to give an answer to the ridiculous claims they label Christians/Jesus with. Keep in mind, the leaders really seem to be the ones claiming Reform Jews believe this, but I think the members of the congregation (at least this one I am going to), seem to be merely following what their leaders are saying and are very easily influenced. Thus, I hope I can influence them for their better, for their salvation.