Reform Judaism: A Historical Perspective: Essays from the Yearbook of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
by Blau, Joseph L., selected, edited and with Introduction by.
Ktav Publishing House
Octavo in edgeworn and mildly rumpled dust jacket, x, 529 pp., bibgraphical notes.
Articles are "The Philosophy of the Reform Movement in American Judaism," Emil Hirsch, "Were Isaac M. Wise Alive Today: A Program for Judaism in America," Julien Morgenstern, "The Developing Philosophy of Reform Judaism," Bernard Bamberger, "From the Point of View of Philosophy," Levi Olan, "From the Point of View of History," William Braude, "The Mission of Israel and its Application to Modern Times," Kaufmann Kohler, "The Theologian's Task," Lou Silberman, "The Isea of God," Eugene Borowitz, "No Retreat from Reason!" Roland Gittelsohn, "The Origin and Function of Ceremonies in Judaism," Kaufmann Kohler, "The Sabbath in the Reform Movement," W. Gunther Plaut, "The Function of the Prayer Book," Israel Bettan, "Some Historical Aspects of Authority in Judaism," Ellis Rivkin, "Reform Judaism and Halacha," Solomon Freehof, "The Moral Law as Halacha in Reform Judaism," Alexander Guttmann, "Talmudic-Rabbinic View on Birth Control," Jacob lauterbach, "Why I am not a Zionist," Herny Berkowitz, "The Justification of Zionism," Caspar Levias, "Israel," Samuel Schulman, "Israel," Abba Hillel Silver, "God and World Crisis - Can We Still Believe in Providence?" Joshua Loth Liebman, "Two Types of Reform: Reflections Occasioned by Hasidism," Emil Fackenheim, "The Contemporary relevance of the Philosophy of Maimonides," Samuel Atlas.
Language: English Language
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good-
Book Id: 13833