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16Jan 18

Reform Judaism in 1000 Words: The History of Reform Judaism

Click here to download a PDF of Reform Judaism in 1000 Words: The History of Reform Judaism Context Jewish history has always been a process of evolution and struggle, in relation with the changing world around. Rabbi James Baaden of Sha’arei Tsedek North London Reform Synagogue and LJG Utrecht, Netherlands explores here some of the unique shifts in thought and practice that led to the emergence of what today is known as Reform Judaism, and denominations more broadly. Content In the early modern era Jews in Europe began to think of their spiritual practices and texts as a “religion”. This was…

11Jan 18

Lecturer in Biblical Hebrew – Leo Baeck College

Lecturer in Biblical Hebrew with further specialisation in Rabbinic Literature, Aramaic or other Cognate Areas Leo Baeck College, based in north London, UK, is seeking to recruit a permanent Lecturer (Part-time 60%- 70%, teaching only, Open Rank) in Biblical Hebrew. The candidate should have teaching ability in a related area, such as Aramaic (Biblical, Targumic and/or Babylonian), Rabbinic Literature (Midrash, Talmud, Traditional Bible Commentaries) or other related areas such as Jewish History or Theology. The post entails teaching Introductory Biblical Hebrew Grammar in addition to modules in the candidate’s other area of specialty. For the right applicant this position has…

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