In this Issue
Conservative Judaism, sponsored by the Rabbinical Assembly and the Jewish Theological Seminary, publishes articles which express a serious, critical inquiry of Jewish texts and traditions, legacy, and law; further the quest for a Conservative Jewish theology and ideology; and explore today's changing Jewish community. Its perspective is worldwide and transcends denominational boundaries.
published byRabbinical Assembly
viewing issueVolume 66, Number 1, Fall 2014
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With this issue of Conservative Judaism
we are suspending publication as we
consider a new focus and format for the
journal. We want to thank the editors,
writers and reviewers as well as the
loyal readers of CJ.
The Rabbinical Assembly