Rabbi Aaron Flanzraich, was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1966. A graduate of Bar Ilan University, he was admitted into the University’s prestigious Advanced Talmudic Institute. In 1990, he received a dual ordination from Yeshivat Sha’ar Ephraim and the Israeli Chief Rabbinate. He has been the senior rabbi at Temple Beth Sholom in Toronto since 1998, where he has instituted a Kosher Food Bank, a summer work program for Jewish teenagers, and has assisted in implementing the Out of the Cold Program for the homeless.
Rabbi Flanzraich visited Crestwood’s World Religions class in February 2015, where he addresses a variety of topics and questions.
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- 1. Rabbi Aaron Flanzreich - Introduction; Population and Religion.mp4
- 2. Two Key 20th Century Figures.mp4
- 3. Jewish Views of Jesus and Other Faiths.mp4
- 4. Daily Responsibilities.mp4
- 5. Fate and Karma.mp4
- 6. Kosher.mp4
- 7. Judaism and Science and Marriage.mp4
- 8. Mitzvah.mp4
- 9. Religion and Charity and Community; The Role of Women.mp4
- 10. The IDF; Israel and Palestine.mp4
- 11. The Longest Hatred.mp4
- 12. The Two-State Solution.mp4
- 13. Traditions, Positive and Negative.mp4