Rabbi Malev Lecture - "Isaiah: The Architect of Modern Morality"
Malev, William S., Rabbi
Rabbi William S. Malev was born in Russia in 1898, and immigrated to the United States in 1908. He grew up in New York and graduated with a B.A. from the City College of New York in 1919. After entering the rabbinate, he was ordained in 1925. He moved to Houston in 1946, after the founding of Congregation Beth Yeshurun, and served as senior rabbi of the congregation and its first spiritual leader. Rabbi Malev died in Houston on July 14, 1973. He was succeeded by Jack Segal, then the associate rabbi.
This lecture, entitled “Isaiah: The Architect of Modern Morality” was given by Rabbi Malev at Beth Yeshurun on January 10, 1973 as part of a lecture series on “Seven Jews Who Shook the World.” Speakers: Rabbi William Malev; Rabbi Jack Segal