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For years, Min Kantrowitz resisted the pull. Sure, the books on her nightstand were more likely to be a reference guide to the Talmud rather than the latest best-seller. But a rabbi?
When the Academy for Jewish Religion (AJR) opened in Los Angeles in 2000, Kantrowitz resisted no...