Lubavitcher


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a member of the Lubavitch movement

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The adoption by Habad of Jewish religious and other symbols--whether in terms of the application of public relations to its outreach work, to photographic imaging of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, or such symbols of prayer as the menorah at Chanuka, the laying of phylacteries (tephillin) by men in their daily prayers, and the lighting of Sabbath candles by women--makes a study of Chabad's visual culture timely and important.
Thus, the Lubavitcher rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneersohn, saw the contemporary American feminist movement as an indication of the coming messianic era.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe sent his personal sh'liakh (messenger) to bring me these matzas," Grade said proudly and added that this was an annual tradition.
Lubavitcher messianism; what really happens when prophecy fails?
Not familiar with much postmodern philosophy or theology, I was out of my depth here, as Bachelard reads Corbin and the Persian poets by way of Wallace Stephens; as the Chabad Lubavitcher Kabbalistic teachers dialogue with Pseudo-Dionysius; and as Judith Butler, Whitehead, and Deleuze find common currency with John Damascene and Nicholas of Cusa.
The current volume contains works of history, ethnography, demography, literary analysis and political studies, and a glimpse into the theology of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe in one of the books reviewed here.
Hutterites, Lubavitcher Jews, and the Amish are but a few examples of groups who use clothing as symbols of identity.
For many Indians, the temptation to identify with Israel was strengthened by the terrorists' seizure of Mumbai's Jewish Center (the Lubavitcher Chabad house) and the painful awareness that India and Israel share many of the same enemies.
It would elevate any board to have as a member the Pope, Billy Graham, the Dalai Lama, or the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
The label's most successful release to date featured Matisyahu, a famously devout Lubavitcher Hassid and highly accomplished reggae singer and beatboxer.
According to scuttlebutt, this Lubavitcher squarely defeated every person he challenged, to the point where he was even gaining a following among both halves of the Crown Heights population.
The international Chabad Lubavitch organization repeatedly sought return of the Schneerson Collection, a large collection of revered religious books and documents of the Lubavitcher rebbes, which the authorities consider part of the country's cultural heritage.
Conspicuous in his long black frock among the casually dressed Cubans, a thin, pale, and remarkably young Lubavitcher rabbi from Israel gathers the group to prayer.
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The latest addition to the Kehot Publication Society's "Chasidic Heritage Series", Nurturing Faith: A Landmark Discourse By The Lubavitcher Rebbe was originally delivered in 1981.