The Changing Jewish Community and its Implications for Jewish Communal Leadership

By Arnold Eisen

JCC Association - Jewish Community Centers of North America (JCCA), 1997

Evaluating the current state of world Jewry, the author contends that the modern world presents the Jewish people with only two options for continued viable existence: Zionism and Emancipation. The author discusses both, including the risks and advantages inherent in each. He further prescribes an agenda and role for Jewish leadership in maximizing Jewish continuity.

Topic: Community Development, Jewish Organizations, Social Planning, Future

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Genre: Report

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Eisen, Arnold. The Changing Jewish Community and its Implications for Jewish Communal Leadership. JCC Association - Jewish Community Centers of North America (JCCA). 1997: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=798


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