- Sacred Cluster: The Core Values of Conservative Judaism, 1995. outlining what he calls the seven clusters of Conservative Judaism.
Personal life and educationEdit
Schorsch graduated from Ursinus College in 1957 and was ordained by JTS in 1962, holds master's degrees from JTS and Columbia University. and was awarded a PhD in Jewish History from Columbia University in 1969. He and his wife, Sally, have three grown children (Jonathan Schorsch, Rebecca Schorsch, and Naomi Stein) and eleven grandchildren (Ada, Livi, and Nathaniel Moses, Emanuel, Michal, Gedalia, Nava, and Jacob Schorsch, and Eve, Emmett, and Ruthie Stein)
- "Ismar Schorsch" [faculty page]. Jewish Theological Seminary. Retrieved 2016-12-06.
- Berger, Joseph (June 17, 2005). "Jewish Theological Seminary to Lose Its Longtime Leader". New York Times. Retrieved 2016-11-06.
- alemannia-judaica to family Schorsch and the synagoge in Hüngheim/Germany
- The Sacred Cluster by former JTS chancellor Ismar Schorsch
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