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Toward a Renewed Ethic of Jewish Philanthropy
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Toward a Renewed Ethic of Jewish Philanthropy

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The essential premise of this book is that recent decades have brought about social and economic changes within the Jewish community generally, and Orthodoxy in particular, that generate a need to revisit issues relating to Jewish charity and philanthropy. The collection of articles in this book, written for and discussed at the 2008 Orthodox Forum, attempts to provide the background for a renewed ethic of Jewish charitable giving by examining the current reality through the lens of sociology, history, Jewish public policy and halacha.

  • Edited by Yossi Prager
  • Publisher: Yeshiva university Press, 2010

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