Rabbi Michoel Zylberman

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Rabbi Michoel Zylberman serves on the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary faculty as Assistant Bochein, coordinator of the Presidential Bekius Program, and assistant to the director of the undergraduate Masmidim Honors Program at Yeshiva University. He also functions as Assistant Director/Gittin Coordinator of the Beth Din of America and Geirut Coordinator of the Rabbinical Council of America and the Beth Din of America.

Rabbi Zylberman studied for two years in Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh in Israel, received his BA from Yeshiva College, and holds Yoreh Yoreh and Yadin Yadin semicha from RIETS. He was a member of the Wexner Kollel Elyon and holds an MA from the Bernard Revel Graduate School in Medieval Jewish history. In addition to having published numerous articles, he is the author of the recently published sefer (YU Press), Tov Lev on Masechet Pesachim with an appended Kuntreis Da’at Yehudit on the laws of Gittin and Gerut.

Sample Titles

  • The Acceptance of Mitzvot as a Prerequisite for Conversion — Historical and Halakhic Reflections
  • Gerut in the United States—Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
  • The Kashrut of Commercially Sold Milk
  • Lawyers and Litigants, Judges and Juries: Secular Courts in Halacha
  • Halachic Methods for Terminating a Marriage in Cases of Recalcitrance
  • Neckties, Graduation Gowns, and Thanksgiving: Following in the Ways of the Nations
  • Eiruvin in Big Cities: History and Halacha
  • From Sinai to Shushan: Purim and the Oral Law
  • When to Tell and When to Quell: Confidentiality and Shidduchim

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