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Solomon Schechter's Disciples and the Creation of an American Religious Movement Solomon Schechter (18471915), the charismatic leader of New Yorks Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS), came to America in 1902 intent on revitalizing traditional Judaism. While he advocated a return to traditional practices, Schechter articulated no clear position on divisive issues, instead preferring to focus on similarities that could unite American Jewry under a broad message. Michael R. Cohen demonstrates how Schechter, unable to implement his vision on his own, turned to his disciples, rabbinical students and alumni of JTS, to shape his movement. By midcentury, Conservative Judaism had become the largest American Jewish grouping in the United States, guided by Schechters disciples and their continuing efforts to embrace diversity while eschewing divisive debates.Yet Conservative Judaisms fluid boundaries also proved problematic for the movement, frustrating many rabbis who wanted a single platform to define their beliefs. Cohen demonstrates how a legacy of tension between diversity and boundaries now lies at the heart of Conservative Judaisms modern struggle for relevance. His analysis explicates four key claims: that Conservative Judaisms clergy, not its laity or Seminary, created and shaped the movement that diversity wasand still isa crucial component of the success and failure of new American religions that the Conservative movements contemporary struggle for self-definition is tied to its origins and that the porous boundaries between Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Judaism reflect the complexity of the American Jewish landscapea fact that Schechter and his disciples keenly understood. Rectifying misconceptions in previous accounts of Conservative Judaisms emergence, Cohens study initiates a fresh encounter with a truly American religious phenomenon. Birth of Conservative Judaism: Solomon Schechter (18471915), the charismatic leader of New Yorks Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS), came to America in 1902 intent on revitalizing traditional Judaism. While he advocated a return to traditional practices, Schechter articulated no clear position on divisive issues, instead preferring to focus on similarities that could unite American Jewry under a broad message. Michael R. Cohen demonstrates how Schechter, unable to implement his vision on his own, turned to his disciples, rabbinical students and alumni of JTS, to shape his movement. By midcentury, Conservative Judaism had become the largest American Jewish grouping in the United States, guided by Schechters disciples and their continuing efforts to embrace diversity while eschewing divisive debates.Yet Conservative Judaisms fluid boundaries also proved problematic for the movement, frustrating many rabbis who wanted a single platform to define their beliefs. Cohen demonstrates how a legacy of tension between diversity and boundaries now lies at the heart of Conservative Judaisms modern struggle for relevance. His analysis explicates four key claims: that Conservative Judaisms clergy, not its laity or Seminary, created and shaped the movement that diversity wasand still isa crucial component of the success and failure of new American religions that the Conservative movements contemporary struggle for self-definition is tied to its origins and that the porous boundaries between Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform Judaism reflect the complexity of the American Jewish landscapea fact that Schechter and his disciples keenly understood. Rectifying misconceptions in previous accounts of Conservative Judaisms emergence, Cohens study initiates a fresh encounter with a truly American religious phenomenon., Columbia University Press

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