Rabbi David Golinkin
Rabbi David Golinkin, Ph.D., is president and rector of the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem, where he teaches Talmud and Jewish law, and he heads the Va'ad Halakhah (committee on Jewish law) of the Masorti, or Conservative, movement's Rabbinical Assembly in Israel.
Articles by Rabbi David Golinkin
What Maimonides Means to Me
Beyond just his great volume of work, inspiration from the life of the
Whatever Happened to the Ten Commandments?
Why this central part of the Torah is not in our daily liturgy.
Dressing as Elijah & Pouring Out Love
Three customs regarding the seder verses "Pour Out Thy Wrath"
A Megillah for Hanukkah?
The case for reviving a tradition of reading the Scroll of Antiochus.
Ransoming Captive Jews
An important commandment calls for the redemption of Jewish prisoners, but how far should this mitzvah be taken?
Jewish Ethical Principles for Business
The principles of ethics embodied in Jewish legal and ethical writings apply explicitly to business situations.
Business Ethics & Jewish Law
Jewish law has plenty to say about conducting business: accurate weights and measures, overcharging, verbal deception, false packaging and much more.