The next generation of Modern Orthodoxy.
Hirt, Robert S.
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In this, the twenty-first volume of the Orthodox Forum series, we focus on the issues facing the next generation of Modern Orthodoxy. We have asked both younger and more senior colleagues to share their insights on how the societal change we are experiencing will impact the individual and the Jewish communal world as we know it.
The Orthodox Forum Series is a project of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, an affiliate of Yeshiva University. Designated the twenty-first volume (p. xvii), it is the twenty-second conference. The tenth conference was never published.
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