Articles and Lectures

 

Articles and Audio Shiurim on YU Torah

Many of the lectures I have given over the years are available on the “YU Torah” website.
The most recent ones appear in the RSS feed over here to the right ——————————->

Or, you can click this link to see the entire archive, and to subscribe to my feed there by email, podcast and other forms of automatic updates.

Published Booklets

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Kosher Consumer’s Guide to Shemita                           Sharpening the Message (published by ATID)

Online Courses

During 5775 (2014-2015) I published a series of 22 podcasts, each about 30 minutes long, as an online version of my Am Levadad Yishkon class.  The entire series can be downloaded here.

In the winter and spring of 5773 (2012-2013) I gave a weekly online class on “WebYeshiva” about King David.  The course covered the majority of the Biblical book of Shmuel, and also examined sections of other books including Divrei HaYamim, Ruth and Tehillim.   The entire archive of 17 hours of classes can be downloaded in audio or video formats from this page.

Also, included in the YU Torah files above is a series of twenty lectures I gave on the Laws of Kashrut, providing a clear and comprehensive overview to the various laws and procedures governing kosher food and a kosher kitchen.  There is also a series of ten lectures on Tehillim, and a series of lectures I gave at Matan about King Shlomo.

Published Articles

“Israel’s Societal Renovation”, Jewish Action, Summer 2001

“The Power of Religious Devotion”, The Jerusalem Post, September 25, 2001 (op-ed in response to the September 11 terror attack at the World Trade Center)

“Egalitarian Minyanim?  Not Authentic.   Not Orthodox.”, The Jerusalem Post, February 27, 2008 (op-ed regarding “Orthodox Partnership Minyanim”)

מאכלי חלב בשבועות (in Hebrew), in MMY’s Kol Mevaseret journal 5770

“Is This the Final Geula?”, Yom HaAtzmaut To-Go 5771 (Article on Religious Zionist ideology published by Yeshiva University for Israel Independence Day 2011)

A guest post on the Hirhuhrim Blog about the phenomenon of “secular Torah study” in Israel.

Between Bet Shaul and Bet David, in MMY’s Kol Mevaseret journal 5774