And I admire Rembrandt too much not to realise the beauty that can be derived from frequenting the synagogue.
Secessionism splits people into parts, artificially separating the voting booth from the synagogue pew.
Some founded a synagogue in Recife, Brazil (now in ruins), then fanned out throughout the Caribbean.
Chief among them is Rabbi David Kirshner of Temple Emanuel, a conservative Jewish synagogue in the area.
The Prophet Elisha, who allegedly built the synagogue, was said to have anointed King Hazael on its steps, now gone.
Damascus contains a Mohammedan mosque, called "the synagogue of Damascus," a building of unequalled magnificence.
The synagogue has nothing to offer to the faithful which he cannot find in his own tent.
As he returns home from the synagogue on the Sabbath eve, every man is accompanied by two angels, one good, the other evil.
My mother calls me for the third time to go with my father to the synagogue.
The pleasure ship was a synagogue, and the pleasure trip was a funeral excursion without a corpse.
late 12c., from Old French sinagoge (11c.), from Late Latin synagoga "congregation of Jews," from Greek synagoge "place of assembly, synagogue," literally "meeting, assembly," from synagein "to gather, assemble," from syn- "together" (see syn-) + agein "bring, lead" (see act). Used by Greek translators of the Old Testament as a loan-translation of late Hebrew keneseth "assembly" (cf. beth keneseth "synagogue," literally "house of assembly.")
In Judaism, a house of worship and learning; also, the congregation that meets there.