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What does RA stand for?
RA stands for Rabbinical Assembly
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Rabbi Julie Schonfeld, head of the Conservative movement's Rabbinical Assembly, said the larger lesson of the spill is a call to reduce energy dependence on petroleum.
But that was the Soviet Union, a repressive totalitarian state; this is Israel in the 21st century'," said Rodman, a former president of the Rabbinical Assembly of Israel.
16, 2004) or the Rabbinical Assembly, Ontario Region (CJN, Jan.
They were Dru Greenwood of the Union for Reform Judaism, Rabbi Alan Silverstein of the Rabbinical Assembly of Conservative Judaism, the Rev.
Judy Yudof, lay president of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, broached the subject to the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Rabbinical Assembly, which will consider it in March.
Each move required the resolution of the inevitable conflict between institutional authority (that of Conservative Judaism's Rabbinical Assembly and United Synagogue) and individual freedom, as well as the need to balance the desire to modernize ritual practices against loyalty to traditional behavior.
This volume collects examples of the second type, responsa, that were prepared for the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Rabbinical Assembly of Conservative Judaism.