What is that makes a Conservative Apikoris?
But what does Conservative Judaism consider to be heresy worthy of the name "apikorsus?" Sure, there's the usual stuff, atheists, and those who consider halakha irrelevant, and Reform Jews. But what about a Conservative Jew who rejects the "historical-positive" philosophy underlying Conservatism and moves to Orthodoxy? If my kids become frum-orthodox ba'alei teshuva, don the black hat, start believing that the world is only 5765 years old and dinosaurs lived alongside Fred Flinstone? Would I be required, from the standpoint of Conservative Judaism, to consider them apikorsim?
Rabbi Rank, where are you when we need you?