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Families, rabbis and education

Shaul Stampfer

Families, rabbis and education

traditional Jewish society in nineteenth-century Eastern Europe

by Shaul Stampfer

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Published by The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization in Oxford, Portland, Or .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementShaul Stampfer
SeriesThe Littman library of Jewish civilization
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS135.E8 S73 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 414 p. ;
Number of Pages414
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24561290M
ISBN 101874774854
ISBN 109781874774853
LC Control Number2009002312
OCLC/WorldCa299381529

See also article Modern Orthodox for a list of rabbis. Conservative rabbis See: Conservative Judaism. Conservative rabbis: 19th century Zecharias Frankel, 19th century critical historian, founder of the "Positive Historical" school, the progenitor of Conservative Judaism. Yosef Guttmann, 19th century Polish rabbi.   Rabbis defy education authorities, won’t teach LGBT lifestyles in UK Jewish schools The rabbis told Jewish school leaders to tell inspectors ‘clearly and respectfully that they do not cover Author: Paul Smeaton.

Early Childhood Jewish Education “If Not Now, When?” (Pirkei Avot ) Ilene Vogelstein Judaism considers children a great gift and sees them “as perhaps the purest form of being in God’s image” (Shire ). The brit milah or brit habat welcomes a child into the world and signals to. Lapin was born on January 1, , in Johannesburg, South Africa, to a family of Lithuanian Jewish descents. His father, A. H. Lapin, was the nephew of Rabbi Elya Lopian (–), and served as a prominent and outspoken Orthodox rabbi in Johannesburg and Cape nship: U.S. naturalized citizen ().

An older Rabbi reminded him of the worlds of Joshua: ‘This book of the Law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shall meditate therein day and night.’ ‘Go then and consider’ he said, ‘which is the hour which is neither of the day or of the night, and in it thou mayest study Greek wisdom.’” Education . Many religious schools take on a special service project for the year and emphasize Judaism’s focus on tikkun olam (repairing the world) through hands-on learning. Family education offers parents some of the learning that they may have missed during their own Hebrew school days.


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