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YCT’s Pastoral Training in the Jewish Week

Posted on May 24, 2017

Student Gabriel Kretzmer Seed ’17 letter to the editor of the Jewish Week about YCT’s omission within its recent Steve Lipman’s article “Rabbis-To-Be Getting Psyched Up,” May 17.… Read the rest

Rabbi Seth Winberg Named Executive Director of Hillel At Brandeis

Posted on May 24, 2017

Mazel Tov Rabbi Seth Winberg ’11! Brandeis University is pleased to announce the selection of Rabbi Seth Winberg as the executive director of Hillel at Brandeis, effective August 21.  Winberg is a recognized leader who will bring extraordinary experience and guidance to Brandeis’ vibrant Jewish community.… Read the rest

Who’s in? Who’s out?

Posted on May 11, 2017

Who is a Jew in good standing? Who is in and who is out of the tribe? Rabbi Dov Linzer to discuss Jewish identity in Teaneck this upcoming shabbos at the Davar Institute.

For more information about each os his talks and location information please click below.… Read the rest

I Could Not Comfort Myself

Posted on May 2, 2017

Diaspora Jews admire the IDF, but for Rabbi Avi Weiss, one of the most prominent rabbis in the United States, this honor became personal after his daughter immigrated to Israel and his grandchildren enlisted. “When I was young, I always thought that my job as a rabbi during times of pain was to find a formula that would remove the darkness.”… Read the rest

‘Fleet as an Eagle’: Scouts Soar into the Rabbinate

Posted on April 26, 2017

Rabbi Josh Feigelson and Dan Margulies ’17 are featured in this article showcasing Eagle Scouts gone on to become Rabbis in the field… Read the rest

Looking for a Way to Commemorate Yom Ha-Shoah?

Posted on April 24, 2017

The Holocaust—perhaps the twentieth century’s most religiously significant event—is remembered without religious sentiment, or even religious language. The tones are institutional, the palette secular, and the effect much external fanfare and sparse internal fervor. Ben Greenfield ’17 discusses the Seder ha-Levayah le-Yom Ha-Shoah in the Lehrhaus.comRead the rest

Reflections On My Father’s Legacy

Posted on April 6, 2017

Miriam Schacter writes in The Times of Israel a beautiful piece about her father Rabbi Herschel Schacter’s legacy.… Read the rest

The Triple Decker Shalshelet: Partnership With Those Differently Abled – Parshat Vayikra

Posted on April 5, 2017

Read Rabbi Asher Lopatin’s piece for Matan highlighting the communal bond in an eternal chain when we allow all members of our community to give and contribute according to our unique abilities.… Read the rest

Every Age Shines with its Own Light:” A Review of “When God Becomes History”: Historical Essays of Rabbi Abraham Isaac Hakohen Kook, translated by Bezalel Naor

Posted on March 27, 2017

Rav Kook’s philosophy of history, he was the only prominent modern Jewish thinker to develop a comprehensive theological framework to explain both secularism and Zionism, the two dominant forces that have shaped Jewish history in the modern era. Read Rabbi Zach Truboff’s piece published in Thelehrhaus.comRead the rest

Host of SXSW festival, Austin also trying to lure more Orthodox Jews

Posted on March 16, 2017

“This is a very active shul that is accepting and embracing of everyone,” said Tiferet Rabbi Daniel Millner. “Every person in this synagogue is essential to its success.”… Read the rest