rabbinate

NOUN
  1. the office or function of a rabbi
  2. rabbis collectively
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  • The Jerusalem Rabbinate also works each year to ensure restaurants and hotels receiving kosher certification from the Jerusalem Religious Council do not put up Christian symbols. Matthew Yglesias » War on Christmas Just Got More Fierce
  • One amendment effectively would expel from the council any member who "attempts to ordain as a member of the rabbinate, or to denominate as 'rabbinical' or as 'clergy,' a person not eligible to serve as such as those terms are understood under the policies and positions of the RCA. JTA - Recent News
  • This stereotypical biography did not help her any more at the rabbinate than the line on her birth certificate listing her nationality as Jewish.
  • Other extremist rabbis voiced the same sentiment, and, under Brigadier General Avichai Ronzki's command, the IDF's rabbinate theologized military missions and fed messianic dogma to young minds. Religious Fundamentalism in Israel
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