Volume 51, Issue , Autumn 2017
Lionel Blue's Food for the Soul
Rabbi Howard Cooper
Rabbi Blue and Durham University
Lionel Blue and the Remaking of Forms of Prayer
A Pioneer of Interfaith Dialogue
Rabbi Michael Hilton
'The Three Hums'
Rabbi Jeffrey Newman
Blue's Heaven: A Theological Recollection
Drorah O'Donnell Setel
Rabbi Daniel Smith
Lionel Our Teacher
Rabbi Alexandra Wright
Interview with Lionel Blue, 1965
Religion and Organisation
Jews and Arabs
Changing Gear but not Direction
Try the Semaritans
Some Final Jottings
Lionel Blue Bibliography
Collected by Dr Annette M. Boeckler
Founder: Michael Goulston
Editor: Jonathan Magonet
Managing Editor: Jenny Pizer
Victor Jeleniewski Seidler
Michael A. Meyer
Edward Van Voolen
Lionel Blue z"l
Elisabeth Maxwell z"l
Elie Wiesel z"l
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For more than 50 years, European Judaism has provided a voice for the postwar Jewish world in Europe. It has reflected the different realities of each country and helped to rebuild Jewish consciousness after the Holocaust.
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