www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rabbi Full Definition of RABBI 1 : master, teacher —used by Jews as a term of address 2 : a Jew qualified to expound and apply the halacha and other Jewish law 3 : a Jew trained and ordained for professional religious leadership; specifically : the official leader of a Jewish congregation See rabbi ...
jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/12494-rabbi "Rabban," "Rabbi," and "Rab." —The Title: Hebrew term used as a title for those who are distinguished for learning, who are the authoritative teachers of the Law, and who are the appointed spiritual heads of the community.
www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/487879 rabbi, (Hebrew: “my teacher,” or “my master”), in Judaism, a person qualified by academic studies of the Hebrew Bible and the Talmud to act as spiritual leader and religious teacher of a Jewish community or congregation.
uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Rabbi edit History of the Rabbi. In ancient times, Rabbi was a Hebrew term used as a title for those who were distinguished for learning, who were the authoritative teachers of the Law, or who were the appointed religious leaders of their community.
www.bethamtemple.org/rabbi RABBI. RABBI DANIEL PERNICK . ABOUT RABBI PERNICK Rabbi Daniel Pernick has been the Rabbi at Beth Am Temple since July, 1985. He is a native of Detroit, Michigan where he attended Oakland University and received a BA in Sociology.
www.yourdictionary.com/rabbi Judaism a scholar and teacher of the Jewish law; now, specif., an ordained Jew, usually the spiritual head of a congregation, qualified to decide questions of law and ritual and to perform marriages, supervise religious education, etc.; Slang a sponsor; influential friend
encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/rabbi rabbi [Heb.,=my master; my teacher], the title of a Jewish spiritual leader. The role of the rabbi has undergone a number of transformations. In the Talmudic period, rabbis were primarily teachers and interpreters of the Torah.
www.amazon.com/Rabbi-Andrew-Kane/dp/0312118791 Rabbi, Rabbi [Andrew Kane] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A moving love story, exploring modern Judaism, focuses on Yakov and Rebecca, who meet when they are both studying to be rabbis but whose lives take different courses due to Yakov's immersion in the extremely ...
www.templesinaipd.org/Rabbi Home > Leadership > Clergy Rabbi. We are pleased to announce Rabbi Andrew Bentley as our permanent Rabbi. Rabbi Bentley has been a resident of the Coachella Valley since 1998.
judaism.about.com/od/judaismbasics/a/What-Is-A-Rabbi... Rabbi literally means “teacher” in Hebrew. In the Jewish community, a rabbi is viewed not only as a spiritual leader but as a counselor, a role model and an educator.
www.templeisraelakron.org/staff/rabbi Temple Israel welcomes Rabbi Robert Feinberg as its 13th rabbi starting July 1, 2009. Rabbi Feinberg and his wife Myra come to Akron from Congregation B’nai Torah in Highland Park, Il. His tenure at Congregation B’nai Torah started in 2004.
www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/1933944 The great Talmudic sage and physician Shmuel once visited Rabbi Yehuda the Prince, who was suffering from an ailment of the eyes. Shmuel wanted to insert medicine into the great man’s eyes, but Rabbi Yehuda said that he could not endure such a treatment.
www.historyforkids.org/learn/religion/jews/rabbi.htm Rabbi means "great one" in Hebrew, or "respected one", like Arabic rabb, meaning "lord." It showed respect, like calling someone "Sir". In early Jewish history, there were no rabbis, only priests in the temple who organized ceremonies and sacrifices.
wn.com/rabbi The Debate Between Rabbi Mizrachi with a Skeptic (Designer Barhami Hakakian), Rabbi disproves atheist, christianity and islam in an hour -Rabbi Daniel Mechanic, Rabbi Friedman - The soul and the afterlife, Where do we go from here?