CCAR JOURNAL: THE REFORM JEWISH QUARTERLY

Published by the Central Conference of American Rabbis

Excerpts from the Winter 2016 Issue

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Summer 2016

FROM THE EDITOR

ARTICLES

RABBI EUGENE B. BOROWITZ, ZICHRONO LIV'RAKHA

FROM THE SOURCES

  • A Striking Contrast - Stephen Passamaneck
  • Abraham Joshua Heschel and The Prophets: A Publishing Saga - Barry L. Shwartz

MAAYANOT (PRIMARY SOURCES)

  • Agnon in Miniture: "Ahl HaTorah" - Norman Patz and Naomi Patz 

 ON BEING A RABBI

  • A History of Reform Rabbinic Placement, Part 2: The Critical Years—1962-1967 - Alan Henkin 
  • The Interim Rabbi: Anatomy of Transition - Darryl P. Crystal 
  • The Legacy of Solomon Scheckter - Michael A. Meyer
  • Some Reflections of the Spatial Significance of the House of Living Judaism - Sanford Seltzer 
  • Learning to Embody Naaseh V'Nishma - Jill Cozen-Harel 
  • Thank you, Rabbi Issac Meyer Wise: On an Evolving Jewish Education - Lester Polonsky

TO THE EDITOR - Bard Schactel 

POETRY

  • Poems for S'lichot - Brad L. Bloom 

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Eugene B. Borowitz: Rethinking God and Ethics, Library of Contemporary Jewish Philosophy, vol. 4 -Eugene B. Borowitz, Edited by Hava Tirosh- Samuelson and Aaron W. Hughes, Reviewed by Phil Cohen 
  • Rabbi, Run - Elliot Strom, Reviewed by Hesch Sommer
  • While Skies Were Falling: The Exodus and the Cosmos - Reeve Robert Brenner, Reviewed by Nathan M. Landman  

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