A Thread of Gold: Journeys Towards Reconciliation

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SCM Press, 1990 - Religion - 147 pages
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A Preliminary Comment on the First Chapter
Wuppertal and Leo Baeck

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About the author (1990)

Friedlander serves as the dean of Leo Baeck College in London and is rabbi emeritus, Westminister Synagogue, London.

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