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📖 עלת תמיד (רפורמי) | Olat Tamid: Gebetbuch für Israelitische Reform-Gemeinden, by Rabbi David Einhorn (1858)

https://opensiddur.org/?p=19572 &#128214; עלת תמיד (רפורמי) | Olat Tamid: Gebetbuch für Israelitische Reform-Gemeinden, by Rabbi David Einhorn (1858) 2018-03-24 19:12:18 Rabbi David Einhorn’s prayer book <em>`Olat Tamid</em> (lit. the perpetual sacrifice)...first penned in Germany, served as the model for the Union Prayer Book,....the prayer book of the American Reform movement for almost eight decades. It reflected what is now called “classical Reform,” eliminating prayers for the restoration of Zion, mentions of the messiah, and bodily resurrection of the dead, while diminishing mentions of Jewish chosenness and the like. This is עלת תמיד <em>Olat Tamid</em> by Rev. Dr. David Einhorn (1809-1878), in its German-Hebrew edition (1858). Text the Open Siddur Project Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) David Einhorn https://opensiddur.org/copyright-policy/ Aharon N. Varady (digital imaging and document preparation) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ Comprehensive (Kol Bo) Siddurim 57th century A.M. German Jewry American Reform Movement Classical Reform German Reform Movement German-speaking Jewry 19th century C.E. Needing Transcription Needing Decompilation

This is עלת תמיד Olath Tamid by Rev. Dr. David Einhorn (1809-1878), in its German-Hebrew edition (1858). Rabbi Dr. Dalia Marx writes:

Rabbi David Einhorn’s prayer book `Olat Tamid (lit. the perpetual sacrifice)…first penned in Germany, served as the model for the Union Prayer Book,….the prayer book of the American Reform movement for almost eight decades. It reflected what is now called “classical Reform,” eliminating prayers for the restoration of Zion, mentions of the messiah, and bodily resurrection of the dead, while diminishing mentions of Jewish chosenness and the like.

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