Liebman, Joshua Loth
- (1907-48)American Reform rabbi. He was born in Hamilton, Ohio. He served as a rabbi in Lafayette, Indiana, and as an instructor at the Hebrew Union College. Later he was rabbi to congregations in Chicago and Boston, where he also taught at Boston University and at Andover-Newton Theological Seminary. He published Peace of Mind.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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