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Lawrence A. Hoffman

Lawrence A. Hoffman (born 1942) is an American Reform rabbi and a prominent scholar of Jewish liturgy. Hoffman is a Professor of Liturgy at Hebrew Union College in New York City. He is a prolific author, with two separate books to his name that are used as liturgical guides. His writing examines means of improving the quality of praying for secular Jews. He has explored issues of liturgical change, but is most interested in the "community at prayer"—human and divine relationships in prayer. Hoffman is co-founder and "intellectual visionary" of the Synagogue 3000 institute, an independent non-profit based in Los Angeles which runs leadership-training programs and directs the rituals of more than 100 synagogues across North America.


תפילה לישראל | A Prayer for Israel, by Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman (2013)

Contributed on: 28 Apr 2020 by Aharon N. Varady (editing/transcription) | David W. Nelson (translation) | Lawrence A. Hoffman | T'ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights |

A prayer for Israel which reserves the right to criticize its moral failings. . . .

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