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Scholar-in-Residence: Rabbi Moshe Miller

Friday, April 27, 2018 • 12 Iyyar 5778

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Kesher Israel is pleased to welcome Rabbi Moshe Miller, author of "Rising Moon: Unraveling the Book of Ruth" as scholar-in-residence the Shabbat of Parshat Achrei Mot-Kedoshim.  Rabbi Miller will be speaking on three occasions:

--Shabbat morning drasha at hashkama and main minyan: "Boaz and the Joys of Tolerance"

--Shabbat afternoon shiur at 6:15 pm: "The Problem of Chesed" (mincha will follow at 7:20 pm)

--Remarks at seudah shlishit: "Ruth and the Need for Assimilation"

Rabbi Moshe Miller was ordained at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College in 1974 and embarked on a career of over thirty-five years as a Jewish educator.  Along the way he has held the position of principal in schools in Santa Clara, California; Providence, Rhode Island where he earned an MA from the department of philosophy at Brown University in 1991; Atlanta, Georgia; and Miami Beach, Florida.  He has also lectured at Michlalah Jerusalem College and was the Rosh Kollel of the Boca Raton Community Kollel. He and his wife, Grizzy, made aliyah in 2010 and live in Jerusalem where he writes and teaches. "Rising Moon: Unraveling the Book of Ruth" is his first book.

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