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Rabbinic cabinet

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Rabbinic cabinet

A rabbinic cabinet or rabbinic council is a branch of a usually secular Rabbinic cabinets are reserved as advisory and outreach councils for rabbis and cantors who are members of such organizations. They are not to be confused with the associated rabbinical membership and policy bodies of religious and denominational organizations.

Rabbinic cabinets have also been assembled by leaders of Jewish seminaries and educational institutions, such as HUC-JIR's President's Rabbinic Council or JTS's Chancellor's Rabbinic Cabinet. These are usually assembled to help guide educational and administrative policy along a theological or ethical perspective.

Organizations which possess rabbinic cabinets


  1. ^ JVP Rabbinic Cabinet
  2. ^ ARZA Rabbinic Council
  3. ^ J Street Rabbinic Cabinet
  4. ^ Rabbinic Cabinet of the JFNA
  5. ^ "ABOUT THE RABBINIC CABINET". State of Israel Bonds. 
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