Greenstone, Julius Hillel
- (1873-1955)American educator and author. He was born in Lithuania, and emigrated to the US in 1894. In 1905 he joined the faculty of Gratz College, where he taught Jewish education and religion, and from 1933 to 1948 he was principal of the college. His writings include The Jewish Religion and The Messiah Idea in Jewish History. For 20 years he contributed a popular column to the Philadelphia weekly Jewish Exponent.
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