Meier Steinbrink, chairman of the board of the Academy for Adult Jewish Education, Brooklyn, announced yesterday that with the opening of the Academy this Fall a post-graduate department will be added. The Academy will enter its fourth year with a convocation in the chapel of the Temple House of Congregation Beth Elohim, Eighth avenue at Garfield place, Brooklyn, tonight. The registration is more than 100 men and women.
The post-graduate department will offer a seminar in “The Evaluation of Religion for Modern Times,” to be conducted by Rabbi Isaac Landman, founder and director of the Academy. Another seminar in “The New Testament from the Jewish Point of View” will be directed by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz of the present faculty.
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