A Treasury of Favorite Sermons by Leading American Rabbis

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Sidney Greenberg
Jason Aronson, Jan 1, 1999 - Religion - 309 pages
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The sermons in this treasury, delivered by some of the outstanding Jewish preachers of our time, are not only well spoken, they have the power to move the reader to act with greater self-understanding, deeper concern for others and a more faithful loyalty to the Jewish tradition whose eloquent representatives speak to them from these pages.

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Contents

Whatever Happened to Isaac?
7
The Curse and the Blessing
21
What is Conservative Judaism?
39
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About the author (1999)

Rabbi Sidney Greenberg is Senior Rabbi at Temple Sinai in Dresher, Pennsylvania, and he has taught Homiletics at the Jewish Theological Seminary. He is the co-author of several prayerbooks, including Likrat Shabbat, and has also written or co-edited twenty other works, including Light from Jewish Lamps and A Treasury of Thoughts on Jewish Prayer. Rabbi Greenberg was a regular columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Jewish Exponent. he has contributed articles to The Jewish Digest, Judaism, and many other magazines and newspapers.

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