5 edition of Rabbinic and lay communal authority found in the catalog.
Rabbinic and lay communal authority
Orthodox Forum (15th 2003 New York, N.Y.)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Suzanne Last Stone.|
|Series||Orthodox forum series|
|Contributions||Stone, Suzanne Last.|
|LC Classifications||BM652 .O77 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2006102351|
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Get the latest reviews, news, and more in your inbox. Rabbinic and Lay Communal Authority. Suzanne Last Stone. Review; ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: On lay legislation in halakhah: the king as instance / Gerald J. Blidstein --Communal governance, lay and rabbinic: an overview / Aharon Lichtenstein --Charismatic leader, charismatic book: Rabbi Shneur Zalman's Tanya and his leadership / Nehemia Polen --Rav, rosh yeshivah, and kahal Rabbinic and Lay Communal Authority 21 nurtured on the centrality of free will in the Torah life; and we in-stinctively assume that the creative impulse finds expression not only in the elucidation and explication of concepts and texts but in the process of their application as well.
A committed Jew obviously does not arrogate In this book, Michael S. Berger analyzes the notion of Rabbinic authority from a philosophical standpoint. He sets out a typology of theories that can be used to understand the authority of these Sages, showing the coherence of each, its strengths and weaknesses, and what aspects of the Rabbinic Nehemia Polen, “Charismatic Leader, Charismatic Book: Rabbi Shneur Zalman’s Tanya and his Leadership,” in Suzanne Last Stone, ed., Rabbinic and Lay Communal Authority (New York: Yeshiva University Press, ), Never mind that the statement went out of its way to urge a number of proactive steps, or that as part of its research, the rabbis received input from a wide range of pulpit rabbis, educators, yoatzot halachah, communal professionals, and lay leaders.
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They, therefore, would feel that almost any appointment of communal authority should be barred to women. In this paradigm a woman serving as president of a shul or as a rabbi of a synagogue would raise halakhic It’s that religious authority is what determines the overall dynamic in Jewish society.
By understanding that dynamic, Eleff has uncovered just how Jewish communities developed and evolved. The book notes that much of this lay/rabbinic struggle occurred at the same time clericalism was raging thought the Christian issues around › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.
The rabbinic claim to legislative authority. If a decree or ruling has no basis in existing law, it is no longer interpretation, but rather new law.
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(also Mitnagdim; Heb., opponents), common name for rabbinical opponents of the Hasidic movement, based largely in Lithuania, northern Belorussia, and northeastern Poland, that is, the territory inhabited by Litvaks (Lithuanian Jews). While the terms Menagdim and were first employed in defensive Hasidic writings from the s to describe the rabbinical enemies of the movement, those opponents "Early Modern Jewry" boldly offers a new history of the early modern Jewish experience.
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