Pursuing Peace Across the Alleghenies: The Rodef Shalom Congregation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1856-2005
Rodef Shalom Press, 2005 - Jews - 370 pages
These essays place this premier Jewish congregation into a broader setting both in the Jewish and general community. They deal with the rabbinate, architecture and broader impact of the congregation. Rodef Shalom was the site of two documents which define Reform Judaism in the United States.
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