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Rabbi Daniel Rapp

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Rabbi Daniel Rapp teaches at the Irving I. Stone Beit Midrash Program and Mazer Yeshiva Program at Yeshiva University, and is currently the Rabbi of the East Denver Orthodox Synagogue. Rabbi Rapp received his BA, cum laude, from Yeshiva College and his juris doctor from Columbia University School of Law, where he was twice named a Harlen Fisk Stone scholar for academic excellence and was articles editor of the Columbia Business Law Review. In addition, he spent two and a half years studying at Yeshivat Kerem B’yavneh in Israel and was ordained at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, receiving Yadin Yadin semikha. Rabbi Rapp is a dayan (judge) at the Beth Din of America. He has lectured on a wide range of topics, with a focus on the interface between halakha and the modern world.

Sample Titles

  • The 9-11 Agunah Cases
  • The Counterfeiters: Can you help the Nazis to Save your Life?
  • Magic and the Supernatural
  • The Messiah in Judaism
  • The Third Temple in Jerusalem
  • Introduction to the Messianic Age: The Battle Between Gog u-Magog
  • The 13 Principles of Faith in Judaism
  • Physician Assisted Suicide in Jewish Law
  • Is Thanksgiving Kosher: The Halakhic Debate
  • Parameters of Competition in Jewish Law
  • Is there a Biblical Commandment of Conversion

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