Keeping Faith in Rabbis

Date posted: 7/21/15

Rabbinical programs are designed to cultivate rabbis who balance transmission of tradition with adaptation to contemporary culture. How do rabbinical programs educate rabbis in the 21st century, a time when instability is the new norm? This far-reaching question led to a community conversation with Rabbi David Ellenson, Rabbi Joshua Davidson, Rabbi Hayim Herring, Rabbi Joy Levitt, and Dr. Erin Leib Smolker.

(From Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York's Skirball Center in partnership with The Jewish Week.)


David Ellenson, Rabbi, Ph.D.

Chancellor Emeritus; I.H. and Anna Grancell Professor of Jewish Religious Thought , HUC-JIR/New York

About David Ellenson