Synagogue and Society; JEWISH-CHRISTIAN Collaboration in the Defence of Western Civilisation.

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London: J. Clarke & Co. Ltd, 1944. Cloth. 8vo. 173 pages. Maybaum (1897–1976) was a “Reform rabbi and theologian. Born in Vienna, Maybaum served as rabbi at Bingen (Rhineland) , Frankfort on the Oder, and Berlin. In 1939 he emigrated to England. From 1947 to 1963 he was minister of the Edgeware Reform Synagogue (London) and lecturer on theology and homiletics at the Leo Baeck College (established 1956) . In his writings Maybaum considers the theological and religious problems presented by the Holocaust and the dual existence of the Jewish people in the Diaspora and its ancient homeland. He was a nephew of Sigmund Maybaum” (EJ editorial staff) . SUBJECT(S) : Jews - Civilization; Judaism. Two small stains on front of dustjacket, small chip to dustjacket spine, otherwise in Very Good condition in Very Good Jacket (SEF-5-30).

Price: $100.00

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