Friends of Louis Jacobs.org is an online archive of the writing and teachings of Rabbi Dr Louis Jacobs. We aim to be an online and offline forum for people from all religious backgrounds to examine contemporary Jewish thought, theology and practice. Our objective is to equip all Jews to enjoy an informed and intellectually coherent engagement with Judaism.
Bank on a stimulating Bank Holiday with Oxford Centre Seminar Fellows
Yom Limmud - 6th May - at Yarnton Manor, Home of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies.
The Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies and Friends of www.louisjacobs.org present a major Jewish community initiative.
A mainly London based from December 2012 until June 2013 running alongside an academic programme at Oxford on:-
Orthodoxy, Theological Debate and Contemporary Judaism: A Critical Exploration of Questions Raised in the Thought of Louis Jacobs
April 7th, 2013
Traditionally Jewish observance has been expressed through our behaviour, Judaism is a way of living our lives. We’ve never had an official dogma or creed, our religious belief was always bound up with our performance of the commandments.