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Rabbi - Wikipedia


In Judaism, a rabbi /ˈræbaɪ/ is a teacher of Torah. This title derives from the Hebrew word .... A dramatic change in rabbinic functions occurred with Jewish emancipation (18th-19th c...

Judaism 101: Rabbis, Priests, and Other Religious Functionaries


Discusses the role of rabbis, chazzans (cantors), gabbais, kohanim (priests), Levites, rebbes and tzaddiks in Jewish life.

What is the role and function of the synagogue rabbi? - Synagogue


What is the function of a rabbi? ... I would imagine that if you would ask three different rabbis you would probably get three unique responses. ... Jewish Practice.

For Rabbis and Cantors - Jewish Genetic Disease Consortium


For Rabbis and Cantors. As a member of the Jewish clergy, you can play an important role in promoting timely and accurate carrier screening for Jewish and  ...

Rabbi | Jewish Virtual Library


The word rabbi originates from the Hebrew meaning "teacher." The term has evolved over Jewish history to include many roles and meanings. Today it usually ...

What Is the Role of the Rabbi? - My Jewish Learning


Reprinted with permission from The Jewish Religion: A Companion, published by Oxford University Press. Rabbi and Ribbi A rabbi is a teacher of Judai ...

Rabbi Gerald C. Skolnik | Forest Hills Jewish Center


Rabbi Gerald C. Skolnik, spiritual leader of The Forest Hills Jewish Center, was ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1981. Immediately upon his ...

Rabbi gets 10 years for beating Jewish men resisting divorce - NY ...


Dec 15, 2015 ... A Brooklyn rabbi got 10 years in prison for leading a gang of Jewish men who used violence to force husbands to give their wives divorces.

RABBI - JewishEncyclopedia.com


"Rabban," "Rabbi," and "Rab." —The Title: Hebrew term used as a title for those who are distinguished for learning, who are the authoritative teachers of the Law  ...

300 Orthodox Rabbis Unite To Combat Child Sexual Abuse Epidemic


Aug 25, 2016 ... The Rabbinic signatories consist of member Rabbis of the Orthodox ... in the Orthodox Jewish community who tragically committed suicide as a ...