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Heman Gerson Enelow, Russian rabbi. Member of Central Conference American Rabbis (president 1927-1929).; Served in France as overseas commissioner and general field secretary, Jewish Welfare Board, July 1918-Apr, 1919.

Background

Enelow, Heman Gerson was born on October 26, 1877 in Russia. Son of Leopold and Matilda (Marver) Enelow.

Education

Graduate from Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, as rabbi, 1898, D.

Career

President Ky; president Conf. Editor: Yahwism, 1903.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Aspects of the Bible, 1911. The Effects of Religion, 1917. The Varied Beauty of the Psalms, 1917.The Faith of Israel, 1917. The Allied Countries and the Jews, 1918. A Jewish View of Jesus, 1920.The Adequacy of Judiasm, 1920. The Jew and the World, 1921. The Diverse Elements of Religion, 1924.Editor: Yahwism, 1903. Origins of Synagogue and Church, 1929. Al-Nakawa’s Menorat Ha-Maor, 1929-1931.

Membership

Member of Central Conference American Rabbis (president 1927-1929).; Served in France as overseas commissioner and general field secretary, Jewish Welfare Board, July 1918-Apr, 1919.

Connections

father:
Leopold Enelow

mother:
Matilda (Marver) Enelow