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by Walter Jacob

Author: Walter Jacob
Language: English
Publisher: Rodef Shalom Press (2004)
Pages: 228 pages
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Page 1. Mark Washofsky HALAKHAH AND POLITICAL THEORY: A STUDY IN JEWISH LEGAL RESPONSE TO MODERNITY The rise of the Jewish national movement and its culmination in the founding of the state of Israel. Publication Date: 1989. Publication Name: Modern Judaism.

In Re-examing Progressive Halakhah, Studies in Progressive Halakhah, ed. Walter Jacob and Moshe Zemer . Walter Jacob and Moshe Zemer, 111-133 Inventory of the Freehof papers, including a biography. Jacob,Walter et a. Eds. Essays in Honor of Solomon B. Freehof 1964 (A collection of 19 essays about Freehof, including a bibliography. Weiss, Kenneth J. Freehof’s methodology as a Reform Jewish halachist in Journal of Reform Judaism 32, Selected works. Contemporary Reform Responsa, 1974.

Rabbi Walter Jacob, P. the founder and former chair of the Freehof Institute

Rabbi Walter Jacob, P. the founder and former chair of the Freehof Institute. If you’re attending the convention, or if you’ll be in Cincinnati that day, we invite you to what promises to be a fascinating presentation and discussion on the past, present, and future of progressive halakhah. A special meeting of the members of the Solomon B. Freehof Institute of Progressive Halakhah will take place on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, at 2:15pm, at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, as part of the convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. The meeting will be held in conjunction with our session devoted to the halakhic legacy of Rabbi Solomon B. Freehof.

Bernard Jackson, a leading voice in the study of Jewish law in comparative . mativity is not conclusive. Essays on Halakhah in the New Testament makes meaningful methodological contri-.

Bernard Jackson, a leading voice in the study of Jewish law in comparative context, presents a stimulating study of value to scholars of both Judaism and Christianity. tions on the Relationship between Letter and Spirit"; (2) "The Prophet and the Law in Early. gulares in Early Jewish Law and the New Testament"; (5) "Susanna and the Singular History. butions to the study of ancient law and literature in comparative context.

Against Method: Liberal Halakhah Between Theory and Practice" in Walter Jacob, e. Beyond the Letter of the Law: Essays on Diversity in the Halakhah. Pittsburgh: Rodef Shalom Press, 2004, 17-77. Halakhah in Translation: The Chatam Sofer on Prayer in the Vernacular,"CCAR Journal 51:3 (Summer, 2004), 142-163. Current and Future Courses. Introduction to Talmud. The Jewish Law of Personal Status. Legal Theory and Jewish Law. Ethics and Halakhah.

Studies in progressive halakhah. New York: Berghahn Books, 2002. Walter Jacob, Moshe Zemer and Freehof Institute of Progressive Halakhah. Marriage and its obstacles in Jewish law : essays and responsa. Studies in progressive halakhah. Gender issues in Jewish law : essays and responsa. New York: Berghahn Books, 2001. 8, Pittsburgh ; Tel Aviv; Pittsburgh: Freehof Institute of Progressive Halakhah; Rodef Shalom Press, 1999. Aging and the aged in Jewish law : essays and responsa.

Another in the continuing series of publications from the Freehof Institute of Progressive Halakhah, a creative research center devoted to studying and defining the progressive character of the halakhah in accordance with the principles and theology of Reform Judaism.