Anne Frank’s non-fiction account of her time in hiding doesn’t give us much information on Judaism as a religion. In fact, religion plays a somewhat subtle role in Anne’s story. “Christian” and “Jew” are more political than religious categories. While Anne identifies herself as a member of the Jewish religion, she reads avidly about a variety of religious perspectives, and is in the process of deciding what God and religion mean to her on a personal level.
Anne is not a particularly religious person when she begins the diary, but religion becomes more and more important to her as time passes.