US Jewish numbers no longer declining, but demographic worries persist

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Collection of different Kippah, Kipa and Yarmulke, a hemispherical or platter-shaped cap, usually made of cloth, often worn by Jewish men.

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Collection of different Kippah, Kipa and Yarmulke, a hemispherical or platter-shaped cap, usually made of cloth, often worn by Jewish men.

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(RNS) As the proportion of Americans who are Christian declines, the share who are Jewish is holding firm. But some Jewish scholars say the data are nothing to celebrate.