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January 22, 2000 | Associated Press
The chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary contends that among the faith's main branches, Conservative Judaism is "the least riven and parochial and the most stable" and has the largest U.S. synagogue membership. In a state-of-the-movement address at a synagogue here, Rabbi Ismar Schorsch said his branch "chooses with discretion. Not everything modern is contemptible, or irresistible."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 2000 | Associated Press
The chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary contends that among the faith's main branches, Conservative Judaism is "the least riven and parochial and the most stable" and has the largest U.S. synagogue membership. In a state-of-the-movement address at a synagogue here, Rabbi Ismar Schorsch said his branch "chooses with discretion. Not everything modern is contemptible, or irresistible."
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