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  • Título Original: But Who Am I, And Who Are My People?: A Rabbi's Reflections On The Rabbinate And The Jewish Community
  • Autor del libro: Marc D. Angel
  • ISBN: 978-0881256949
  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:1993-09-02
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The world at large knows very little about the life and work of a rabbi: the responsibilities and obligations, the stresses and pressures, the conflicting demands for time, energy, and understanding, the public causes and private needs that demand intervention and compete for attention. Indeed, much of what rabbis do is unknown even to their own congregations. These questi The world at large knows very little about the life and work of a rabbi: the responsibilities and obligations, the stresses and pressures, the conflicting demands for time, energy, and understanding, the public causes and private needs that demand intervention and compete for attention. Indeed, much of what rabbis do is unknown even to their own congregations. These questions are addressed by Rabbi Marc Angel, spiritual leader of the oldest Jewish house of worship in the United States, one of this country's most prominent Orthodox leaders, and a leading luminary of its rapidly growing Sephardic segment. In this fascinating and highly personal volume, he explains what it is that rabbis do and why. As his organizational principle, he utilizes the ten Sefirot of the Kabbalah, the mystical emanations in which aspects of the divine find expression in human life. This is a fascinating and informative book, well worth your attention. It can be a paradigm for your own rabbinic career.