Modernity has caused Jews of every ideology to relate differently to the content of their prayers.
The very structure of the normal Jewish blessing formula (Barukh Atah…) reflects the tension of recognizing and responding to God's immanence and transcendance.
How the balance of keva (routine) and kavanah (intention) inform Judaism and the thought of Abraham Joshua Heschel.
In the words of one sage, "Prayer without kavanah is like a body without a soul."
It's not just what you do in synagogue.
Liturgy, Tradition, and Change