Rabbi Arthur Green
Rabbi Arthur Green, Ph.D., is Lown Professor of Jewish Thought at Brandeis University and Dean of the Rabbinical School at Hebrew College. Among his many books are <i>Tormented Master: A Life of Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav, Seek My Face, Speak My Name: A Contemporary Jewish Theology</i>, and <i>Ehyeh: A Kabbalah for Tomorrow</i>.
Articles by Rabbi Arthur Green
How Hasidic Wisdom Can Improve Your Life
Hasidism is a philosophy of devotion, not self-help. But that doesn't mean it won't improve your life.
The ecstatic prayer of the early Hasidim reflects the rediscovery of God's presence in the world.
Vegetarianism: An Alternative Kashrut
The author argues that our evolving religious sensibilities should bring us to recognize vegetarianism as a new mitzvah.