Professional Development Resources Tag: Rav Soloveitchik

Another Perspective on the Avot and Imahot

  I In the Spring 1991 issue of Ten Da’at, Avishai David took a bold step forward by opening for us the thorny issue... Read more

Teaching About Textual Transmissions: How Important? How Necessary?

This article originally appeared in Ten Da’at 1989, 3:3, pg.44. Reprinted here with permission. RABBI CARMY is on the faculty of Yeshiva University in... Read more

“Ger ve-Toshav Anokhi”: Modernity and Traditionalism in the Life and Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik

This article originally appeared in Tradition 29:1, 1994 I Even during the lifetime of Rabbi Soloveitchik, a debate arose amongst his interpreters and closest disciples as... Read more

The Educational Pedagogy of the Four Sons

This article employs various models to compare different analyses of “The Four Sons”. The learning models are analyzed and compared with respect to the... Read more

The Conflict of Halakhah and Prayer

This article originally appeared in Tradition, vol. 25, 1, 1989, pp. 17-30. Appears here with permission. Although the subject to which this paper is... Read more

Destiny, Freedom, and the Logic of Petition

This article originally appeared in Tradition, vol. 24, 2, 1989. Appears here with permission. “Though a sharp knife is poised at one’s neck, he... Read more

Halakhah as a Ground for Creating a Shared Spiritual Language

This article originally appeared in Tradition 16:1, 1976.   Zionism in the twentieth century has created a framework for Jewish political activism. It expresses... Read more

A Time for Spiritual Sobriety

MAX STERN DIVISION OF COMMUNAL SERVICES RABBI ISAAC ELCHANAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY AN AFFILIATE OF YESHIVA UNIVERSITY TEXTS AND TOPICS IN TEACHING LIMMUDEI KODESH A TIME... Read more

A Eulogy for the Rav

“A great prince in Israel has fallen today” – II Samuel 33:33 This article originally appeared in Tradition 28:1. Surely, such a prince and... Read more

Rav Joseph B. Soloveitchik as Posek of Post-Modern Orthodoxy

This article originally appeared in Tradition Volume 29, 1994   In the circles of what is labelled “Modern Orthodoxy” or “Centrist Orthodoxy,” Rabbi Joseph... Read more
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