Rabbi I. Levinthal, Brooklyn Jewish Center, sermon, Song at the Sea. January 26, 1963
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|Title:||Rabbi I. Levinthal, Brooklyn Jewish Center, sermon, Song at the Sea. January 26, 1963.|
Levinthal, Israel Herbert, 1888-1982
Brooklyn Jewish Center (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.) Sound recording SR48
|Type of Resource:||sound recording-nonmusical|
|Place of Publication:||Cranberry Township, PA|
|Extent:||1 mp3 file (28:19 min.).|
|Abstract/Description:||Jews, and their religion, have constantly been under threat, yet, our religion and our people were not destroyed, and took the steps towards saving themselves, and thereafter, God's help followed. The song at the sea will continue to be relevant for Jews, always. Bar Mitzvah recollection. That time was during the great wave of migration. Danger of assimilation is the same danger as the danger of the Egyptians that pursued the Children of Israel to the sea, that annihilation. Song at the Sea as a promise to the Jewish people. The modern red sea. The red sea as representation of threats of annihilation of Jews and their religion. Intermarriage rising rates. College education as a double edged sword; leads to more intermarriage but education is an incredible opportunity for Jews in America.|
Recordings of: Brooklyn Jewish Center Sermon.
Digitized from 7" open reel, 3 and 3/4 (3.75) ips, quarter track, mono. Side B is Blank.
Digitizer also photographed the box information.
Original audio duration: 28:16 minutes.
Stock brand: Scotch.
Digitization funded by Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO).
Please cite as: Brooklyn Jewish Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. Records, The Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, N.Y., ARC.1989.01, (Box 51).
English and Hebrew.
Former Shelfmark: S48.
Bible. Bible. Exodus, XIII, 17-XVII, 16
Jews -- Cultural assimilation -- United States
Jewish sermons, American
|Held by:||Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary|
|Restrictions on Access:||Access to original audio materials restricted.|
|Is Part Of:||Audio Visual Resources.|