The annual meeting of the Rabbinical Assembly of the Jewish Theological Seminary will be held at Long Branch, N. J., July 8-10.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein, president of the Rabbinical Assembly, will deliver an address on “Traditional Law and Modern Life.” The paper will be discussed by Rabbi H. Rubenovitz of Boston. Rabbi D. Aronson of Minneapolis. Rabbi E. Kohn of Youngstown, O.
“The Place of Spiritual Ideals in Modern Judaism” will be the subject of a symposium led by Dr. Jacob Kohn of Congregation Anshe Hesed of New York, Dr. Israel Goldstein of Temple Bnai Jeshurun of New York, and Rabbi Solomon Goldman of the Cleveland Jewish Center. Dr. Kohn will speak on the “Menace of Secularism,” and Rabbi Goldman on “How to Meet the Challenge.”
Dr. Cyrus Adler, president of the Jewish Theological Seminary, is expected to address the convention on his views on Palestine. Professor Alexander Marx will discuss the recent contributions to Jewish literature by members of the Seminary faculty.