Published January 1987
by Sepher Hermon Pr .
Written in English
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1. Author(s): Bleich,J David Title(s): The Obligation to heal in the Judaic tradition: a comparative analysis/ J. David Bleich. In: Rosner, Fred, ed. Proceedings of the Association of Orthodox Jewish Scientists. Volume 6 Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Feldheim, Description: p. Association of Orthodox Jewish Scientists. Proceedings of the Associations of Orthodox Jewish Scientists, Vol. 5. New York: Feldheim, p. BMS3 A87 v.5 Association of Orthodox Jewish Scientists. Proceedings of the Associations of Orthodox Jewish Scientists, Vol. 6. New York: Feldheim, p. BMS3 A87 v 1. Author(s): Halperin,Mordechai Title(s): Applying the principles of halakhah to modern medicine: in-vitro fertilization, embryo transfer and frozen embryos/ Mordechai Halperin. 1. Author(s): Jakobovits,Immanuel Title(s): Tay-Sachs disease and the Jewish community/ Immanuel Jakobovits. In: Rosner, Fred, ed. Proceedings of the Association of Orthodox Jewish Scientists. Volume 5 Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Feldheim, Description: p. .
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The Association of Orthodox Jewish Scientists is an organization devoted to the orientation of science within the framework of Orthodox Jewish tradition. The organization aims to assist those. Louis M. Epstein, “Adjustment of the Jewish Marriage Laws to Present-Day Conditions,” Proceedings of the Rabbinical Assembly of the Jewish Theological Seminary 5 (): ↑ 24 See Regina Stein, “The Boundaries of Gender: The Role of Gender Issues in Forming American Jewish Denominational Identity, ” (PhD diss. An Orthodox community is in the midst of a philosophical crisis that’s pitting hard-line rationalists against New Age-leaning mystics — and the publication of a new book by a well-known rabbi. The book bringing ultra-Orthodox Jews to the masses After teaching in a UK haredi girls school, secular Jewish author Eve Harris writes a sympathetic page novel about that world’s biggest.