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|Title:||Hayim Greenberg 2/3. 1950.|
Greenberg, Hayim, 1889-1953
Jewish Theological Seminary of America Communications Department. Sound recording S200
|Type of Resource:||sound recording-nonmusical|
|Place of Publication:||Cranberry Township, PA|
|Extent:||1 mp3 file (32:03 min.).|
|Abstract/Description:||Corporal punishment, (floggings) specifics as carried out within modern society. Kashrut. Freedom of religion is also freedom from religion. Democratic state doesn't prioritize or grant privileges to a particular religion, thus it doesn't interfere with the practice of religion. The problem of only having three larger recognized religions in Israel, excluding agnostics, etc., which could lead to problems for non-affiliated individuals when getting married, divorced, etc. How this affects legislative proceedings. Orthodox elements obstructs the state and civil matters with its restrictions. May not even recognize JTS ordination. Religious courts should function as voluntary arbitration, and thus could exist without interfering with civil legislation, etc. Seperation of state and religion.|
Recordings of: Hayim Greenberg.
Digitized from 7" open reel, 7 and 1/2 (7.5) ips, full track, mono.
Digitizer also photographed the box information.
Stock brand: Brush.
Digitization funded by Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO).
Please cite as: JTSA. Communications Department Records, The Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, N.Y., R.G.11, (Box 72).
English and Hebrew.
Labor Zionism -- United States -- History
Judaism and state -- Israel
Religion and state -- Israel
|Held by:||Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary HCZ|
|Restrictions on Access:||Access to original audio materials restricted.|
|Is Part Of:||Audio Visual Resources.|