Why I Am a Reform Jew

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D.I. Fine, 1989 - Rabbis - 221 pages
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In this fresh and compelling work, Rabbi Daniel Syme traces the history of the Reform movement from a unique perspective, telling how generations of his own family have been intimately connected with the movement's flowering in the United States and Canada.

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WHY I AM A REFORM JEW

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Rabbi Syme (himself the son of a Reform rabbi) traces his spiritual history from early youth to young manhood, when he committed himself to becoming a Reform rabbi after he survived a harrowing ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1989)

Syme received his Ph.D. in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and is the rabbi of Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

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