Bais Yaakov Journal Issue 137 (1936)

  • An article by Dr. Heshel Klepfish titled “Women who Came to Us” about women who converted to Judaism, and the historical and poetic expressions of this theme
  • Yehuda Leib Orlean’s “Work and Faith”, from a lecture he gave at the graduation of the Krakow Teachers Seminary, wishing the teachers success in their work, and strong faith and beliefs 
  • Two articles on the High Holidays – Rabbi Benjamin Zeev Jacobson on repentance and Dr. Ben Zion Fessler’s reflections on the holidays
  • Dr. Yitzhak Breuer’s article “What is Agudism?” defines “Agudism” as the ideological work of Agudah in the Land of Israel, which–unlike Zionism–doesn’t try to erase all traces of diasporic Jewish life
  • Poems by David Apteiker, “The Prayer of the Stalk of Grain in the Jezreel Valley”, and Israel Emiat, “The Vilna Gaon”. Short stories by Elimelekh Shteyer: “Letters from the Abyss” presents two fictional letters, the first written by Shmuel Barzan, and the second by Eliezer Halevi; and by Esther (Roza) Heitner, “Why?” on the Ninth of Av 
  • Alter Schnur, “A String of Pearls”, on Sukkot



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