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Louis Grossman, D.D.

Rabbi, Cincinnati, Ohio.

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CASSEL, PAULUS STEPHANUS (SELIG) – Convert to Christianity and missionary to the Jews; born Feb. 27, 1821, in Gross-Glogau, Silesia; died Dec. 23, 1892, in Friedenau, near Berlin. His father was a sculptor, and his brother David was docent at the Berlin...
EZEKIEL, JACOB – Born in Philadelphia, Pa., June 28, 1812; died May 16, 1899. His parents, Ezekiel Jacob Ezekiel and Rebecca Israel, had come from Amsterdam, Holland, two years before his birth. He learned the bookbinding trade and worked at it...
PEACE-OFFERING – There are three kinds of peace-offering: (1) the thank-offering ( ); (2) the votive-offering ( ); and (3) the free-will offering ( ). The thank-offering is a response to acts of divine beneficence; the votive and the free-will...
PEDAGOGICS – The science of education. The fundamental law of Biblical pedagogy is that the child should be instructed in the doctrines of religion and should know them so clearly that he will realize that he ought to live in accordance with...