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In 1946, he took a position at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America ( JTS ), the main seminary of Conservative Judaism, where he served as professor of Jewish ethics and Mysticism until his death in 1972.
Like Reform Judaism, the Conservative movement developed in Europe and the United States in the 19th century, as Jews reacted to the changes brought about by the Enlightenment and Jewish emancipation, a confluence of events that lead to Haskalah, or the Jewish Enlightenment.
Conservative Judaism enjoyed rapid growth in the first half of the 20th century, becoming the largest American Jewish denomination.
Working with this 1990s trend of diversity and institutional growth, Conservative Judaism remained the largest denomination in America, with 43 percent of Jewish households affiliated with a synagogue belonging to Conservative synagogues ( compared to 35 percent for Reform and 16 percent for Orthodox ).
Other views of God affirmed by members of the Conservative movement include Kabbalistic mysticism ; Hasidic panentheism ( neo-Hasidism, Jewish Renewal ); limited theism ( as in Harold Kushner's When Bad Things Happen to Good People ); and organic thinking in the fashion of Alfred North Whitehead and Charles Hartshorne, also known as process theology ( such as Rabbis Max Kaddushin, William E. Kaufman, or Bradley Shavit Artson ).
Many Conservative Jews reject the traditional Jewish idea that God literally dictated the words of the Torah to Moses at Mount Sinai in a verbal revelation, but they hold the traditional Jewish belief that God inspired the later prophets to write the rest of the Tanakh.
In contrast to both, most Conservative positions affirm the divine but nonverbal revelation of written Torah as the authentic, historically correct Jewish view.
Conservative Judaism views halakha ( Jewish religious law ) as normative and binding.
Examining Jewish history and rabbinic literature through the lens of academic criticism, Conservative Judaism believes that halakha has always evolved to meet the changing realities of Jewish life, and that it must continue to do so in the modern age.
Conservative Jews believe that movements to its left, such as Reform and Reconstructionist Judaism, have erred by rejecting the traditional authority of Jewish law and tradition.
They believe that the Orthodox Jewish movements, on the theological right, have erred by slowing down, or stopping, the historical development of Jewish law: " Conservative Judaism believes that scholarly study of Jewish texts indicates that Judaism has constantly been evolving to meet the needs of the Jewish people in varying circumstances, and that a central halakhic authority can continue the halakhic evolution today.
Jewish Usenet Newsgroup FAQ ) The Conservative movement makes a conscious effort to use historical sources to determine what kind of changes to Jewish tradition have occurred, how and why they occurred, and in what historical context.
Accordingly, Conservative Judaism holds itself bound by the Jewish legal tradition, but asserts the right of its rabbinical body, acting as a whole, to interpret and to apply Jewish law.
Conservative Judaism views the process by which Reform and Reconstructionist Judaism make changes to Jewish tradition as potentially invalid.
Thus, Conservative Judaism rejects patrilineal descent and would hold that a child of a non-Jewish mother who was raised as a Reform or Reconstructionist Jew is not legally Jewish and would have to undergo conversion to become a Jew.

Jewish and columnist
An article quoted Jonathan Mark, a columnist for The Jewish Week, who wrote, " Can no one else speak of slavery, gas, trains, camps?
Conservative columnist Cal Thomas also tried to dispel the allegations of anti-Semitism, saying " To those in the Jewish community who worry that the film ... might contain anti-Semitic elements, or encourage people to persecute Jews, fear not.
In 2008, Alterman also became a regular columnist to the Jewish magazine Moment, where he writes regularly about Jewish issues.
His critique of Modern Orthodox Judaism has been commented on by many, including Hillel Halkin, columnist for the New York Sun ; Andrew Silow-Carroll, editor of the New Jersey Jewish News ; Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Executive Vice President of the Orthodox Union ; Rabbi Shalom Carmy, tenured professor of Jewish philosophy at Yeshiva University ; Rabbi Norman Lamm, chancellor of Yeshiva University ;, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach ; Gary Rosenblatt, editor of Jewish Week, the editorial board of the Jewish Press ; Rabbis Ozer Glickman and Aharon Kahn, roshei yeshiva at Yeshiva University ; Ami Eden, Executive Editor of The Forward ; Rabbi David M. Feldman, author of Where There's Life, There's Life ; and Jonathan Rosenblum, columnist for the Jerusalem Post.
Salsberg also returned to Labour Zionism and, in his old age, was a longtime columnist for the Canadian Jewish News until shortly before his death.
He was a long-time columnist for the Canadian Jewish News as well as a contributor of opinion pieces to various Canadian newspapers such as the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star.
Noted as the author of the popular Beat Generation chronicle, The Holy Barbarians, Lawrence Lipton was a graphic designer, a columnist for the Jewish Daily Forward and a publicity director for a movie theater.
Luke Ford ( born 28 May 1966, in Kurri Kurri, New South Wales, Australia ) is an American writer, blogger, and former pornography gossip columnist known for his disclosures and traditionalist Jewish religious views.
But while he was a skeptic about the tenets of organized religion, during his late-2004 bout of serious illness he admitted he had prayed in various ways, including with a Catholic priest who was a friend of his ; and he said that he had discussed religion with several of his Jewish friends, including political commentator Jon Keller and conservative newspaper columnist Jeff Jacoby.
Notable guests have included Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation, author and activist George Weigel, political commentator Laura Ingraham, conservative political commentator Pat Buchanan, and the late columnist and commentator Robert Novak, a Jewish convert to Catholicism.
Ryan and CUPE were sharply criticised by Jonathan Kay, a columnist for the National Post, who called it " disgusting anti-Israeli bigtory ", the Canadian Jewish Congress and
An article quoted Jonathan Mark, a columnist for The Jewish Week, who wrote, " Can no one else speak of slavery, gas, trains, camps?
William L. Strickland, professor of political science at University of Massachusetts Amherst says " Rankin was an equal opportunity bigot ", he once called the Jewish newspaper columnist Walter Winchell ' the little kike '.
A columnist once labeled him " the Jewish Will Rogers ".
Pastor became a columnist in the English-language section of the Jewish Daily News, where she offered advice to other young women, as well as writing human interest features.

Jewish and Dennis
The Salem Radio Network syndicates a group of religiously oriented Republican activists, including evangelical Christian Hugh Hewitt and Jewish conservatives Dennis Prager and Michael Medved ; these are mostly distributed in a 24-hour network format among Salem's own stations, and they generally earn ratings much less than their syndicated counterparts.
* The Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic, and Mysticism, Geoffrey Dennis, Llewellyn Worldwide, 2007
* Geoffrey Dennis, " Abraham ," " Elijah ," " Lailah ," " Sandalphon ," Encyclopedia of Jewish Myth, Magic, and Mysticism Llewellyn, 2007.
Skeptical science writer Dennis McKinsey has challenged the view that the term refers to Jesus at all and argues that Jewish tradition knew of no historical Jesus.
* Dennis, Geoffrey, " Water as a Medium for Altered States of Consciousness in Early Jewish Mysticism ," Anthropology of ConsciousnessVol.
The Salem Radio Network syndicates a group of religiously oriented Republican activists, including Evangelical Christian Hugh Hewitt, and Jewish conservatives Dennis Prager and Michael Medved.

Jewish and Prager
Other leaders, teachers and authors associated with Jewish Renewal include Rabbis Arthur Waskow, Michael Lerner, Rachel Barenblat, Tirzah Firestone, Phyllis Berman, Shefa Gold, David Ingber, and Marcia Prager.
Some examples of Jewish Renewal-affiliated communities can be found at Beyt Tikkun in San Francisco, founded by Rabbi Michael Lerner in 1996 ; Bnai Or in Boston, founded by Lev Friedman and at one time led by Rabbi Daniel Siegel and Rabbi Hanna Tiferet Siegel ; and Pnai Or in Philadelphia, founded by Reb Zalman in the early 1980s and now led by Rabbi Marcia Prager.
Veidt fervently opposed the Nazi regime, motivating him to emigrate from Germany in 1933 a week after marrying Illona Prager, a Jewish woman.
* Haskel Prager ( né Łucki ) ( b. c. 1876 – d. c. 1940 )-liberal Jewish community leader
* Although Branca was raised Catholic, in 2011 reporter Joshua Prager revealed in the New York Times that his mother Kati was Jewish.
* Joshua Prager ( doctor ) ( born 1949 ), US Jewish physician

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