Originally published in The Jewish Observer and Middle East Review, 23 September 1960. Jewish Values, by Rabbi Dr. Louis Jacobs; 160 pp.; (Vallentine, Mitchell) 21s. It seems to me a little anachronistic to publish a book with the title Jewish ... Continue Reading ➨
It is Rabbi Jacobs’ thesis that a gap exists between traditional views as presented in the classic sources of Judaism and their application in contemporary life; he is convinced that this gap can be bridged.
Originally published in Conservative Judaism, Fall 1962-Winter 1963. Reprinted in The Bulletin of the Anshe Emet, 'From the Pulpit' section, p. 2. A REVIEW OF Jewish Values, by Louis Jacobs, Vallentine, Mitchell, London, 1960. Great concern has ... Continue Reading ➨