Übersetzung für 'rabbis' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a rabbi | rabbis
rabbisRabbiner {pl}
Rabbinen {pl}
rabbis [female]
Rabbinerinnen {pl}
rabbis conference [also: rabbis' conference] [capitalized as part of a proper name]
Rabbinerkonferenz {f}
women rabbis
Rabbinerinnen {pl}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Synagogue rabbis and noted rabbis also give "shiurim" to their communities.
  • JewishAnswers.org was designed by Project Genesis to offer many different rabbis the opportunity to receive questions from their local audiences. Currently over 70 Rabbis participate in the program.
  • Throughout the long history of the congregation distinguished rabbis have relied on remarkably able and committed lay leadership.
  • Soloveitchik believed that Reform and Conservative rabbis did not have proper training in halakha and Jewish theology, and that due to their decisions and actions, they could not be considered rabbis, as Orthodox Jews traditionally understood the term.
  • On 7 December 2016, the chief rabbis of Israel issued a new policy requiring that foreign Jewish converts be recognized in Israel, and vowed to release criteria required for recognizing rabbis who perform such conversions.

  • A small number of modern Orthodox rabbis cooperate with non-Orthodox rabbis on a regular basis through smaller organizations such as CLAL ("The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership") and the New York Board of Rabbis.
  • The body of Conservative rabbis is the Rabbinical Assembly, which maintains a Committee on Jewish Law and Standards. The body of Reform rabbis is the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
  • In recent years many Sefardi rabbis also wear a similar frock coat.
  • The chief rabbis also head the Chief Rabbinate Council. These rabbis are usually appointed from the chief rabbis of major cities or regions in Israel.
  • In 2017, the MBD conducted a wide-ranging review of its procedures that included rabbis currently sitting on the Beth Din, other communal rabbis, and lay people.

  • The organisation soon grew with the addition of several high-profile rabbis, including rabbis David Stav, Slomo Riskin, Nahum Rabinovitch and Yisrael Rosen, amongst others.
  • Many of Israel's chief rabbis were previously chief rabbis of Israeli cities.
  • From 1964 to 1980, Stern was the Central Conference of American Rabbis' first Director of Rabbinic Placement for Reform Judaism, assigning rabbis to congregations.
  • Though the main goal of the yeshiva is to teach future lay leaders, rather than to train rabbis, in February 2019 it announced it would ordain rabbis.
  • Many of the rabbis who signed the letter were municipal rabbis, state employees in charge of religious services, who receive salaries paid for by the taxpayer.

  • The Long Island Board of Rabbis is an organization of Conservative, Orthodox, Reform, and Reconstructionist rabbis on Long Island, New York.
  • Daria and Josh Jacobs Velde, a married team of rabbis, became the congregation's rabbis in August 2017. Cantor Charles (Charlie) Bernhardt has been with Oseh Shalom since 1983.
  • Keshet Rabbis is not an official arm of the Rabbinical Assembly and is not endorsed by it; rather, it is a free association of rabbis who are members of the Rabbinical Assembly and who subscribe to Keshet-Rabbis' rationale and objectives.
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