Differences between Orthodox and Reform Synagogues?

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Apart from the structural differences of their synagogues, Orthodox and Reform Jews display quite a number of differences. For instance, Orthodox Jews maintain literal teachings while a Reform Jew believes in conceptual approach of the scripture. The structural difference of their synagogue might root to their different lifestyles and beliefs.
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