Israel as a Religious Reality.
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The Orthodox Forum, convened by Dr. Norman Lamm, President of Yeshiva University, meets each year to consider major issues of concern to the Jewish community. Forum participants from throughout the world, including academicians in both Jewish and secular fields, rabbis, rashei yeshiva, Jewish educators, and Jewish communal professionals, gather in conference as a think tank to discuss and critique each other's original papers, examining different aspects of a central theme. The purpose of the Forum is to create and disseminate a new and vibrant Torah literature addressing the critical issues facing Jewry today.
Scholarly anthology. Ed. Chaim Waxman."The Orthodox Forum Series, a project of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary." Papers presented at the Orthodox Forum, 3rd conference November 25-26, 1990, Congregation Shearith Israel, New York City.
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