6 edition of Isaac Leeser and the making of American Judaism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 294-300) and index.
|Statement||Lance J. Sussman.|
|Series||American Jewish civilization series|
|LC Classifications||BM755.L397 S84 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||311 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||95010952|
The most influential American Jewish scholar of the 19th century, Isaac Leeser published the first Hebrew primer for children () and the first complete English translation of the Sephardi prayer book () and he founded the first Hebrew high school (), the first Jewish defense league (the Board of Delegates of American Israelites, in. Maxine S. Seller, "Isaac Leeser: A Jewish Christian Dialogue in Antebellum Philadelphia," Pennsylvania History (Summer ): Lance J. Sussman, Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism (Detroit: Wayne State University Press),
This book is an important contribution to the genre of communal biography and the field of American Jewish studies.” —Lance J. Sussman Author of Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism and senior rabbi at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel (Philadelphia, PA). AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORY Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism. By Lance J. Sussman. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, pp. The emergence of a vibrant Orthodox community in America repre sents a sea change from its modest beginnings. In his memoir of American Jewish life, the traveler and chronicler Israel J. Benjamin.
Isaac Leeser () was a leading figure among American Jews during the ’s and 50’s. He was born in Germany, and came to America at the age of seventeen. He was a devout Jew, and became the cantor of his congregation, and shortly thereafter the regular preacher. He was the first to preach sermons in English from the lecturn. The antebellum neotraditionalist Isaac Leeser, for instance, exploited the missionary possibilities of the printing press with vigor, translating the Bible for the first time into English, producing a national Jewish monthly, a prayer book, and much more.
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Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism also tells an important part of the story of Judaism's response to the challenge of political freedom and social acceptance in a new, modern society Judaism itself was transformed as it came to terms with America, and the key figure in this process was Isaac Leeser.
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During the next forty years Isaac Leeser was the most prolific American Jewish writer and the most creative Jewish communal architect. Leeser's father, Uri Lippman (Uri ben Eliezer) was a merchant of limited financial means and educational background. The name "Leeser" is reputed to have been selected for Isaac by his paternal grandfather, Eliezer (i.e., Liezer).
Little is known of Leeser's mother, Sara Isaac Cohen, who died when Leeser. Winner of the National Jewish Book Award in American Jewish Studies—an engaging firsthand portrait of American Judaism today American Judaism has been buffeted by massive social upheavals in recent decades.
Like other religions in the United States, it has witnessed a decline in the number of participants over the past forty years, and many.
Lance J. Sussman, Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, Lance J. Sussman, “Another Look at Isaac Leeser and the First Jewish Translation of the Bible in the United States,” Modern Judaism 5/2 (), pp.
The Leeser Bible online at Get this from a library. Isaac Leeser and the making of American Judaism. [Lance Jonathan Sussman] -- The author provides remarkable insight into the early development of organised Jewish life in the United States. this is a comprehensive, authoritative work.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism (American Jewish Civilization Series) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. American Judaism had become, suigeneris, a unique expression of the Jewish heritage.3 Isaac Leeser's Central Role The most important spokesman of traditional Judaism in the United States who selectively advocated the Protestantization of American Judaism was Isaac Leeser ().4 Four of his Protestantizing ac.
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Download American Judaism books, The first comprehensive history of American Judaism in over fifty years, this book is both a. In his translation of the entire Hebrew Bible was published.(See, Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism, Lance Sussman.
) Benisch's translation was published in multiple volumes between and (See, Jewish Encyclopedia, "Bible Translations;" and "A Book About the English Bible, Joseph Penniman,p. Students of German Haskalah and historians of American Judaism and the Reform movement will appreciate this biography that fills an important gap in the history of American Jewry.
This book is a valuable, insightful, and lucid portrayal of an important figure in American Jewish history. author of Isaac Leeser and the Making of American. Isaac Leeser () was a visionary, ahead of his time to his frustration.
The ultimate mazal is to be the right man in the right place at the right time. Whatever Leeser tried to do failed but eventually became standard.
Sadly, he was at the wrong time but years later he was proven correct. Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism (Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, ).
Whiteman, Maxwell. "Isaac Leeser and the Jews of Philadelphia" Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, vol. 48 (), pp. Whiteman, Maxwell. Leeser, Isaac American rabbi, author, translator, editor, and publisher pioneer of the Jewish pulpit in the United States, and founder of the Jewish press of America born at Neuenkirchen, in the province of Westphalia, Prussia, Dec.
12, died at Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 1, Additional information pertaining to the dispersal and current location of that Leeser material originally received by the Dropsie College may be found in Lance Sussman's helpful bibliographical essay in his dissertation, “The life and career of Isaac Leeser ( a study of American Judaism in its formative period” (Hebrew Union.
Isaac Leeser Jewish Bible. Isaac Leeser’s Jewish Bible, Isaac Leeser () played a formative role in American Judaism. Leeser wanted to strengthen the Jewish community in its traditions so it would not be assimilated by Protestant America.
Many Jews of that day did not read Hebrew and were reading the King James Bible. Book: Lance n: Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism: Wayne State University Press () American Judaism, American Jewish History, The Occident, Publishing, Philadelphia: English-Yes Book: Whynn Weldon: The Fighting Jew: The Life and Times of Daniel Mendoza, Champion Boxer: Amberley Publishing ().
Named hazan (cantor) of Congregation Mikveh Israel in Philadelphia inLeeser's "contributions to every area of Jewish culture and religion made him a major builder of American Judaism." The publication of his Pentateuch was the first time that any portion of the Bible was published in America under Jewish auspices.
(Isaac Leeser and the Making of American Judaism by Lance J. Sussman, Wayne State University Press, ) Leeser’s writings on this issue brought him to the attention of the American Jewish.The twenty-four books of the Holy Scriptures, carefully translated according to the Massoretic text, on the basis of the English version, after the best Jewish authorities and supplied with short explanatory notes by Isaac Leeser by Leeser, Isaac.