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Between the Yeshiva World and Modern Orthodoxy
by Shapiro, Marc B

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Compellingly and authoritatively written, this biography illuminates the dilemmas that Europe's Jews have faced over the past century. The discussion of the inner struggles of one of twentieth-century Judaism's most enigmatic religious leaders - a figure who became a central ideologue of modern Orthodoxy despite his traditional training in a Lithuanian yeshiva - elucidates many institutional and intellectual phenomena of the Jewish world, and especially in pre-war Europe, that have so far received little attention.

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Compellingly and authoritatively written, this biography illuminates the dilemmas that Europe's Jews have faced over the past century. The discussion of the inner struggles of one of twentieth-century Judaism's most enigmatic religious leaders - a figure who became a central ideologue of modern Orthodoxy despite his traditional training in a Lithuanian yeshiva - elucidates many institutional and intellectual phenomena of the Jewish world, and especially in pre-war Europe, that have so far received little attention.

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  • PID: 16073310745
  • Publisher: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization
  • Seller: Old New York Book Shop
    Description: The Life and Works of Rabbi Jehiel Jacob Weinberg 1884-1966. 283p octavo, A fine copy in a fine dust jacket.
    Condition: Fine in fine jacket