CCAR JOURNAL: THE REFORM JEWISH QUARTERLY

Published by the Central Conference of American Rabbis

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SUMMER 2017

FROM THE EDITOR

ARTICLES

FROM THE SOURCES

  • Exile: Theological Anachronism or the Unresolved Condition of the Jewish People- Sanford Seltzer 
  • Where was Adam?- Charles David Isbell
  • Job and Leviathan: A Biblical Counter-Narrative for a Theology of Chaos- Benj Fried 
  • The Sibling of Tikkun Olam- Stephen Passamaneck 

FROM THE CONVENTION 

  • CCAR Presidential Sermon- David Stern

ON BEING A RABBI

  • Building Toward a Meaningful High Holy Day Liturgy For Community-Based Hospice Patients- Amy Goodman and Joel Baron 
  • Two Ways to a Beleif in God- Adam D. Fisher 
  • Religious Frontiers: Can We Do Better?- Anthony Holz 
  • Problems with Theism: The Issue of Reinterpretation of Various Religious Concepts- Rifat Sonsino 
  • Positive Judaism: A First Look for Clergy and Jewish Leaderes- Darren Levine 
  • The Gang of Five: The Impact of Five German Rabbinic Students on Twentieth-Century Reform Judaism (Part 2)- Richard Damashek 

THIS PEOPLE ISRAEL

  • A Forgotten Reformer and a Window on History- Edward Breuer 
  • Uman: Pilgrimage and Prayer- Shai Afsai
POETRY
  • At Maidanek- Israel Zoberman 
  • How You Wander (for Jesse Friedman z'l)- Kendrah Raye Whyte 

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Once More with Feeling 
  • A lifetime of Genesis: An Exploration of and Personal Journey through the Covenant of Abraham in Genesis- Henry A. Zoob, Reviewed by Jonathan Brown 
  • The JPS Bible Commentary: Song of Songs- Commentary by Mihael Fishbane, Reviewed by David J. Zucker 
  • Becoming a Soulful Educator - Aryeh Ben David, Reviewed by Eliot J. Baskin

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