Bernard Revel: Builder of American Jewish...

A biography of and assesment of ideas of one of the major personalities of American Jewish Orthodoxy.

BERNARD REVEL

Bernard Revel: Builder of American Jewish Orthodoxy


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Front MatterTitle PageCopyright PageDedication PagePrefaceContentsIllustrationsAPPENDIX II. THE YESHIVA COLLEGEThe Responsibility of American JewryThe Jewish Ideal of EducationThe Hope of World JewryThe Place of the YeshivaScope of StudiesNot a Professional SchoolA New Note in American EducationThe Yeshiva High SchoolA Standard for the CountryThe Yeshiva CollegeUnique Opportunity for ResearchThe Yeshiva in the Community2. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE YESHIVA AND YESHIVA COLLEGE, SUBMITTED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, OCTOBER 9, 1929Yeshiva Teachers InstituteThe Yeshiva CollegeGraduate Course and Research WorkLibrary3. SEMINARY AND YESHIVAAPPENDIX II: Dr. Revel's Yeshiva College Commencement Addresses1. FIRST COMMENCEMENT JUNE 16, 19322. SECOND COMMENCEMENTJUNE 15, 19333. THIRD COMMENCEMENTJUNE 21, 19344. FOURTH COMMENCEMENTJUNE 18, 19355. FIFTH COMMENCEMENTJUNE 17, 19366. SIXTH COMMENCEMENTJUNE 17, 19377. SEVENTH COMMENCEMENTJUNE 16, 19388. EIGHTH COMMENCEMENTJUNE 20, 19399. NINTH COMMENCEMENTJUNE 20, 1940APPENDIX III: Dr. Revel's Responsa1. Kol Isha (Woman Vocalist)2. Reform Jews on Yeshiva's National Board of Directors3. Non-mechitza Synagogue4. Centrally Located Bimah5. Disinterment of a Suicide6. Disinterment of a Person Buried in the Wrong Grave7. Accepting a Diploma Embossed with a Cross8. Blood Transfusion with Non-Jewish Blood9. Synagogue Membership for a Man Previously Married to a Non-Jew10. Medical References in Torah Literature11. Sources Discussing Sacrifice after the Destruction of the TempleAbbreviationsAPPENDIX IV: Bibliography of Dr. Revel's Published WritingsNOTESBIBLIOGRAPHYENGLISH BOOKSHEBREW BOOKSARTICLESDISSERTATIONSARCHIVESPERIODICALS, NEWSPAPERS, AND ENCYCLOPEDIASLETTERSIndex
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