Rabbi David Stav

Parshat Bereishit (Genesis 1:1 – 6:8)  Rabbi David Stav  (Translated from the Hebrew original) The first parsha of the Torah, along with the eponymous first book of the Chumash, are aptly named “Breishit”. The name inspires a sense of renewal and rejuvenation. Though the parsha begins with the story of the creation of the world, we …

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Parshat Bereishit (Genesis 1:1 – 6:8)  Rabbi David Stav  (Translated from the Hebrew original) The first parsha of the Torah, along with the eponymous first book of the Chumash, are aptly named “Breishit”. The name inspires a sense of renewal and rejuvenation. Though the parsha begins with the story of the creation of the world, we …

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הבנת “צלם אלוקים” והחירות של האדם הרב דוד סתיו יו”ר עמית, אור תורה סטון בתורה לא כתוב כמעט על ר”ה. לא מוזכר השם של החג. התאריך הרחוק ביותר מראש השנה הוא ראש השנה מכיוון שהוא בראשון לשביעי ולא בראשון לראשון. יש בחודש השביעי מימד של סוף השנה – חג האסיף בתקופת השנה. אך בתורה זה …

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“Riskin Chooses Successor for His Educational Network” The American-born rabbi taps Rabbi David Stav of Tzohar to co-lead Ohr Torah Stone in Israel By STEVE LIPMAN, Staff Writer 02/03/2015 Click here to read the article on the Jewish Week website Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, who has built an educational empire within Modern Orthodoxy over the last three …

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Rabbi David Stav Joins Leadership of Ohr Torah Stone We are pleased to announce that Rabbi David Stav is joining the leadership of the Ohr Torah Stone network of institutions.  As Co-Chancellor of OTS, Rabbi Stav will serve alongside OTS Founder and Chancellor, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin. Rabbi David Stav is Chief Rabbi of the City …

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