ATID's 2008 Scholar-in-Residence

Rabbi Shalom Carmy visited Jerusalem for an intensive week in January 2008 as our scholar-in-residence.

Right to left: Rabbi Chaim Brovender, Rabbi Shalom Carmy, and Prof. Susan Handelman (moderator) at ATID's 10th Annual Winter Conference (January 16, 2008).

Listen online to his presentations...

"The Task of the Contemporary Orthodox Thinker" (Hebrew)
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10th Annual Winter Conference
"The Challenge of Fostering Lifelong Religious Growth"
Rabbi Carmy in Dialogue with Rabbi Brovender
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"The Challenge of Describing God" (English Shiur on Parshat Beshalach)
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"Al Ahavat HaTorah ve-Guelat Nefesh Ha-Dor"
Examining the Ravís crucial essay on contemporary educational challenges
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Part 2: Listen online. Download Audio (16MB)

Rabbi Shalom Carmy is professor of Bible, Philosophy, and Jewish Thought at Yeshiva University in New York. He is the editor of Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought, has authored scores of essays, and edited volumes for the Orthodox Forum series, as well as Rabbi Soloveitchik's writings on tefillah for the Otzar HaRav series.

Rabbi Carmy's essays can be sampled at:

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