In Judaism, a rabbi /ˈræbaɪ/ is a teacher of Torah. This title derives from the
Hebrew word ... Within the various Jewish denominations there are different
requirements for rabbinic o...
Discusses the role of rabbis, chazzans (cantors), gabbais, kohanim (priests),
Levites, rebbes and tzaddiks in Jewish life.
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
Answer. The offices of rabbi and priest were distinct. Priests were descendants of
Aaron, and they worked at the Temple in Jerusalem, though in Jesus' day there ...
Jewish Journal: Women Rabbis: Progress Made, but Challenges Remain ...
Female Rabbi Exchange, Part 1: On How Women Rabbis Have Changed
May 24, 2013 ... Sponsored As the Reform movement reconsiders its prohibition on intermarried
rabbis, one writer imagines what Jewish policy could be next ...
Rabbis.org - established in 1935, to advance the cause and the voice of Torah ...
A Powerful Advance to Prevent Using Jewish Law to Cause Human Suffering.
The Messianic Jewish Rabbinical Council (MJRC) was formally established in
May 2006. It consists of a group of ordained Messianic Jewish Rabbis and ...
Dec 8, 2015 ... (RNS) Most Orthodox rabbis won't sign on, but it's notable that even some
Orthodox rabbis want to place Christianity in a Jewish theological ...
The rabbis are specially trained, beyond their graduate and seminary years, in a
combination of Jewish education, Clinical Chaplaincy, and Spiritual Direction.