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The Jewish Observer Vol. 4 No. 6 September 1967/Elul 5727

In this issue … LIGHT FROM DARKNESS, Reflections on the Six-Day War SILENCE: WHEN ISRAEL WAS THREATENED-PROTEST: WHEN ISRAEL PREVAILED, a look at world response to Israel in the crisis period-before, during, and following the six-day war, with some of the implications for ecumenism, and the words of one Jewish ecumenist whose mind was Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 4 No. 5 June 1967/Sivan 5727

In this issue … PSYCHOLOGY AND ITS LIMITATIONS: Two psychologists – one a psychoanalyst, the other a clinical psychologist, discuss various aspects of the relationship of the behavioral sciences to Torah, Yaakov Greenwald TRAINING THE JEWISH CHILD, Joel Rosenshein OUR UNDER-ORGANIZED JEWISH COMMUNITY, One of the most-widely accepted cliches of American Jewish life Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 4 No. 4 May 1967/Iyar 5727

In this issue… Yeshivos in the past several decades have produced hundreds of B’nei Torah-young men well-grounded in traditional Jewish scholarship, and uniquely equipped to reach out to the masses of uncommitted American Jews. Rabbi Chaim D. Keller, himself a product of American yeshivas, asks the question: IS THE BEN TORAH MEETING HIS OBLIGATION TO THE Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 4 No. 3 April 1967/ Nisan 5727

In this issue … IN JEWISH LOOKS AT THE AMERICAN SCENE, Reuben E. Gross examines the recent events in Wayne, New Jersey, and suggests that the New York Times was responsible for creating “a tempest in a teapot,” which was then vigorously stirred by Jewish defense organizations. He then asks the question, “Has humanism become Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 4 No. 2 March 1967/Adar I-II 5727

In this issue … “CHOOSING BETTER PASSAGES”…A documentary survey of the growing “dialogue” threat. We believe that this survey should be read by thinking Jews far beyond the circle of our own readers, in order to alert them to the dangers to Jewish integrity and survival. We feel it is urgent to distribute thousands of Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 4 No. 1 January 1967/Shevat 5727

In this issue … IN RETROSPECT…an analysis of the counter-reaction to the recent protests against Orthodox participation in the Synagogue Council, and an examination of some of the fictions and distortions that came in its wake  A DISSIDENT SPEAKS OUT…We are pleased to publish a definitive statement on Synagogue Council by the distinguished Telsher Rosh Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 3 No. 10 Decemer 1966/ Kislev 5727

Contents Articles: THE CREDO OF A SCIENTIST, Sylvan M. Shane “THE RIGHT To DISSENT,” AN OPEN LETTER TO AMBASSADOR ARTHUR GOLDBERG, Yaakov Jacobs REFLECTIONS ON THE JEWISH EDUCATIONAL SCENE, A REVIEW OF SOME RECENT PUBLICATIONS IN THE FIELD, Joseph Elias A LETTER TO THE EDITOR, Irving Greenberg THE AUTHOR’S REPLY, Shelomo Danziger Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 3 No. 9 November 1966/ Cheshvan 5727

Contents Articles: ORTHODOXY AND SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL, Yaakov Jacobs POLITICAL ACTION: ORTHODOXY’S NEW ROAD, Moshe Sherer SCIENCE AND HUMANISM, Reuben E. Gross “A SOFT JOB AT AUSCHWITZ,” adapted by Shimon Wincelberg, from a manuscript by Abraham Krakowski EMPHASIS…OURS: CHURCH AND STATE: HOW HIGH A WALL? ON PRINTING BOOKS NEW YORK STATE’S TEXTBOOK Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 3 No. 8 October 1966/ Tishrai 5727

Contents Articles: MODERN ORTHODOXY, OR ORTHODOX MODERNISM?, Shelmoh Danziger IT IS A FUTURE FOR A JEWISH BOY!, N. L. Rabinovitch TEEN-AGE ATTITUDES TOWARD JEWISH LIFE, A Report by Jerome Kirzner YUCHSIN RECORDS-A CRUCIAL NEED FOR OUR TIME, Sholom Rivkin THE SUCCAH AND THE WAY BACK, Shubert Spero THE POWER OF JOY, Zalman Hilsenrad Read More

The Jewish Observer Vol. 3 No. 7 September 1966/ Elul 5726

Contents Articles: OBSERVING THE JEWISH SCENE, Yaakov Jacobs THE AUTOPSY CRISIS IN ISRAEL, Menachem M. Greenberg THE DAY SCHOOLS/ A BALANCE SHEET, Joseph Kaminetsky A VOICE FROM BEYOND, Ahron Jeruchem THE LUTZKER RAV, RABBI ZALMAN SOROTZKIN, Zt”l THE TABLETS AND THE GOLDEN CALF, Adapted from a Yom Kippur derosho by Rabbi Read More