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  • A Human Issue
    https://www.yctorah.org/2021/07/a-human-issue/

    By Rabbi Haggai Resnikoff (Rebbe & Director of Community Learning) for eJewishPhilanthropy

    What is your solution to the climate crisis?

    That is my question to everyone who was disappointed with President Biden’s revocation of the Keystone XL pipeline permit last week.… Read the rest

  • Kollel for Contemporary Halakhic Studies
    https://www.yctorah.org/yct-rabbinical-school/programs/kollel-for-contemporary-halakhic-studies/

    The Kollel for Contemporary Halakhic Studies is a four-week intensive learning program for advanced scholars. Geared for Orthodox men with semikha or equivalent level of learning and under the leadership of Rabbi Dov Linzer, YCT Rosh HaYeshiva and President, the YCT Kollel will develop Halakhic authorities for the Orthodox community who embody values of inclusion, human dignity, respect for diversity, and who will impact the community through their thought leadership, halakhic rulings, and scholarship.… Read the rest

  • Why Isn’t Climate Change a Bigger Issue for the Orthodox?
    https://www.yctorah.org/2020/08/why-isnt-climate-change-a-bigger-issue-for-the-orthodox/

    By Haggai Resnikoff for The Jewish Forward

    Why have Orthodox Jews been so slow to commit to the struggle against climate change? The Pope and the Islamic Society of North America have spoken up about it. In January, Renewal Rabbi Arthur Waskow’s Shalom Center issued a statement with more than 500 rabbinic signees, and this spring, Reform Rabbi Jennie Rosenn launched Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action, a new Jewish non-profit devoted solely to mobilizing the American Jewish community to confront the climate crisis.… Read the rest

  • Why Being a Rabbi Led Me to Participate in the Novavax Vaccine Trial
    https://www.yctorah.org/2021/02/why-being-a-rabbi-led-me-to-participate-in-the-novavax-vaccine-trial/

    By Rabbi Uri Topolosky (’05), for Washington Jewish Week

    For two years in a row, our congregation has concluded Yom Kippur under the stars — this past year due to COVID, and the year before after a 3-year-old boy pulled the fire alarm with 20 minutes left in Neilah.… Read the rest

  • The Ethiopian Jewish Holiday of Sigd is More Relevant Than Ever
    https://www.yctorah.org/2020/11/the-ethiopian-jewish-holiday-of-sigd-is-more-relevant-than-ever/

    By Rabbi Yonah Berman for The Jewish Forward

    In the 1997 Seinfeld episode “The Strike,” George Castanza is embarrassed when his father Frank shamelessly promotes Festivus, a December 23 celebration that Frank created years ago in reaction to the other winter festivals in popular culture.… Read the rest

  • The YCT Beit Midrash for Rabbinic Leadership in Israel
    https://www.yctorah.org/yct-rabbinical-school/programs/israel/

    YCT’s Beit Midrash for Rabbinic Leadership in Israel is a training program for recently ordained rabbis in Israel. Originally conceived by Rabbi Hillel Mansfield as he completed YCT studies while residing in Israel, it has now grown to a program involving more than 24 rabbis encompassing two complete cohorts, with a third planned for January, 2022.… Read the rest

  • It’s Time for a Revolution in Halakhic Rulings
    https://www.yctorah.org/2020/07/its-time-for-a-revolution-in-halakhic-rulings/

    By Rabbi Dov Linzer for The Jewish Forward

    The realities of quarantine and sheltering-in-place during these last few months have created challenges for the halakhically-observant community. Halakhic decisors have issued their rulings, responding appropriately and sympathetically to these unprecedented realities.

    What has largely been absent, however, is a serious engagement with the person asking the question; sympathetic psak is not the same as collaborative or empowering psak.… Read the rest

  • The Silence Between Us – What we’re missing in the #MeToo/#GamAni Movement
    https://www.yctorah.org/2020/01/the-silence-between-us-what-were-missing-in-the-metoo-gamani-movement/  

    Published recently in ejewishphilanthropy.com

    By Rabbi Andy Kastner, ’10

    At a recent committee meeting, the topic of pregnancy came up. It was shared that a community member was expecting another child. A few men in the room were the first (and only) to comment on this news.… Read the rest

  • The Solution to Growing Chasm Between Israel and North American Jewry
    https://www.yctorah.org/2018/01/the-solution-to-growing-chasm-between-israel-and-north-american-jewry/

    In a recent eJewishphilanthrophy article, YCT musmakh Amitai Fraiman, proposes a “reverse Birthright” program, to address the growing chasm between Israel and North American Jewry.

    “(US Jews) are people that never send their children to fight for their country … Most of them are having quite convenient lives.”… Read the rest

  • What the Book of Genesis Tells Us About Sexual Harassment and #MeToo
    https://www.yctorah.org/2017/12/what-the-book-of-genesis-tells-us-about-sexual-harassment-and-metoo/

    YCT musmakh Rabbi Daniel Goodman (’16) claims that the first book of the Torah has plenty to say about sexual exploitation.

    “Bill Cosby. Bill O’Reilly. Harvey Weinstein. Kevin Spacey. Charlie Rose. Matt Lauer. John Conyers. What drives these men to engage in such terrible behavior?… Read the rest