Conservative Judaism in America

Conservative Judaism in America

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Pamela Nadell's biographical dictionary and sourcebook is a landmark contribution to American, Jewish, and religious history. For the first time, a great American Jewish religious movement is portrayed with amplitude, authority, and personality. In the most revolutionary era in two millenia of Jewish history, this surely is an important volumn. qMoses Rischin, Professor of History, San Francisco State Universityq qConservative Judaism in America: A Biographical Dictionary and Sourcebookq is the first extensive effort to document the lives and careers of the most important leaders in Conservatism's first century and to provide a brief history of the movement and its central institutions. It includes essays on the history of the movement and on the evolution of its major institutions: The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, The Rabbinical Assembly, and The United Synagogue of America. It also contains 135 biographical entries on the leading figures of Conservative Judaism, appendices, and a complete bibliography on sources of study.He also served as a chaplain at the Brighton-Manhattan Post of the Jewish War Veterans, at the Bill Brown Post of the American Legion, and during ... Published in 1952, the Manual offered prayers, services, and ceremonies to guide the rabbi.

Title:Conservative Judaism in America
Author: Pamela Susan Nadell
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 1988

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