Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz
Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz
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"Shmuly Yanklowitz is a rare young leader who combines brilliance of mind, passion of the heart and spirituality of the soul." - Rabbi Avi Weiss, Hebrew Institute of Riverdale
2014 National Jewish Book Award Finalist "This book is set to become the quintessential reference for all social issues in Judaism." - Mayim Bialik, Ph.D Emmy–nominated actress "The Big Bang Theory"
"A living snapshot of a new movement in Judaism." - Rabbi Margie Klein, Congregation Sha'arei Shalom
"Rabbi Shmuly not only forcefully argues for bringing light back into the world, but that we are all responsible to ignite the flames of social justice and dignity for all." - Rabbi Dov Lipman, Member of the Knesset
"Rav Shmuly has provided valuable and accessible practical guidance that will help you search the hidden chambers of your inner world." - Dr Alan Morinis - Dean, Mussar Institute
"Keep an eye on this next star in American Jewish life." - Rabbi Irwin Kula - President of CLAL, The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership
"A must read for anyone in search of Jewish identity.”—Rabbi Dr. Donniel Hartman, President, Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem
"The perfect companion for the journeyer seeking a new approach to the relationship they have with what is on their plate..."
"By accepting a place for a Divine role in social change and moral development, we can ensure that the world we envision for our child and grandchildren is the world we can live in today!"
In this new work, the legacy of Rabbi Yitz is discussed at length by those who have been affected by his inclusive model of contemporary Judaism...
POSTMODERN JEWISH ETHICS is Rabbi Yanklowitz’s most personal and daring volume of Jewish thought to date. Readers looking for insight will walk away fresh with more questions and purpose. That is the way it should be.
"We are indebted to Rabbi Yanklowitz for helping each of us find not only intellectual but spiritual inspiration from these ancient maxims." - Ruth Messinger
Epistemic Development in Talmud Study
TM Jewish Book Council
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