The largest Jewish denomination in North America, essentially liberal Jews. We allow intermarriage, homosexuals, recognize patrilineal decent, and have a relatively easy conversion process. A lot of us don’t believe in the divine authorship of the Torah.
But let me pull out a book:
"What do Reform Jews Believe today? How do Reform Jews observe Jewish religion? Leaders of Reform Jewry gave this answer in the Spring 1997 issue of Reform Judaism magazine:
If anyone were to attempt to answer these two questions authoritatively for all Reform Jews, that person’s answers would have to be false. Why? Because one of the guiding principals of Reform Judaism is the autonomy of the individual. A Reform Jew has the right to decide whether to subscribe to this particular belief or to that particular practice.
But there is a historic body of beliefs and practices that is recognized as Jewish. We Jews have survived centuries of exile and persecution as well as centuries of unparalleled spiritual and intellectual creativity because we have always thought of ourselves as people created in the image of God, dedicated to Tikkun Olam—the improvement of the world…
We Reform Jews are heirs to a vast body of beliefs and practices embodied in Torah and the other Jewish sacred writings. We differ from more ritually observant Jews because we recognize that our sacred heritage has evolved and adapted over the centuries and that it must continue to do so…
Reform Judaism accepts and encourages pluralism. Judaism has never demanded uniformity of belief or practice. But we must never forget that whether we are Reform, Conservative, Reconstructionist, or Orthodox, we are all an essential part of K’lal Yesroel–the worldwide community of Jewry."
-Rabbi Benjamin Blech
The Complete Idiots Guide to Understanding Judaism