Jewish tradition and the nontraditional Jew
Another addition to the Orthodox Forum Series, this book is a collection of papers from the Second Orthodox Forum in New York and provides compelling insight into the minds of highly respected scholars in the Orthodox Rabbinate. Two of the papers include a brief account of non-observance and the Rabbinic view throughout Jewish history.
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Rabbinic Attitudes toward Nonobservance
Rabbinic Responses to Nonobservance
Theory and Practice
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