Duties of the Soul: The Role of Commandments in Liberal Judaism

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Niles Elliot Goldstein, Peter S. Knobel
UAHC Press, 1999 - Religion - 166 pages
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This outstanding anthology of 13 essays by esteemed leaders of the Reform rabbinate re-examines the role of mitzvot in liberal Judaism as viewed through philosophical, experiential, and practical contexts. In this groundbreaking collection, Niles E. Goldstein and Peter S. Knobel identify the challenges of living as a Reform Jew in today's rapidly changing world.

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About the author (1999)

Rabbi Niles E. Goldstein, formerly a CLAL Steinhardt Senior Fellow, received his M.A. from and was ordained at Hebrew Union College.

Knobel is the rabbi of Beth Emet the Free Synagogue in Evanston, Illinois. He is the chair of the CCAR Liturgy Committee, a member of the Executive Committee of the Joint Commission on Religious Living, a past chair of the CCAR Reform Practice.

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