Let justice well up like water: progressive Jews from Hillel to Helen Suzman
The Center for Cultural Judaism, 2004/02/01 - 255 ページ
Sixty-two short biographies of secular and humanist Jews who devoted their lives to social and political activism and building a strong Jewish cultural identity. The individuals strove for universal human rights as well as the survival and welfare of the Jewish people.
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Congress of Secular Jewish Organizations. Summer 2004. 1. CSJO NEWSLETTER. “Sholem Aleichem, Aleykhem Sholem” — Hello, how are. you, what’s happening dude? ...
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Humanistic Judaism is a nontheistic alternative in contemporary Jewish life. It was established by Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine in 1963 in Detroit, Michigan