Noun(1) spiritual leader of a Jewish congregation; qualified to expound and apply Jewish law(2) a Hebrew title of respect for a Jewish scholar or teacher
(1) The day after my father died, his rabbi came to talk to the family in preparation for the funeral.(2) Most are too insecure to consult a rabbi or join a religious community.(3) With my rabbi teaching me Torah and how to ask the big questions, it became harder and harder to travel and feel good about it.(4) He gave us the name of a rabbi in New York who was an acknowledged expert in these questions.(5) They do this through courses, or by individual study with a rabbi .(6) So before going ahead with any procedure, consult with a rabbi well-versed in Talmud and Jewish law.(7) Does it matter if one of her professors, himself a rabbi , teaches with an eye toward pastoral work?(8) They did not take the time to find out which pastor or rabbi was a leader in an area and which congregations people attended.(9) A few years later the rabbi was studying and came across some money stuck in his book.(10) Perhaps his father served as a community rabbi and he naturally chose the same calling.(11) The interviewee began to study with a rabbi and to consider conversion to Judaism.(12) A rabbi differs from clergymen in other religions in a number of ways.(13) The rabbi had taught that the only causal force in the universe is God.(14) The ideal rabbi is a Torah scholar who guides the members of the Jewish community he serves.(15) When a community accepts a rabbi as their religious leader, his decisions are binding in all cases.(16) Talk with your rabbi , priest, pastor or other spiritual leader about resources.
1. rabbi ::
2. rabbin ::
Different Formsrabbi, rabbis
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