In the inaugural Rabbi Allan Mirvis Lecture, Rabbi Soloveichik explains what makes great Jewish leaders. To him, it is the ability to recognize and build up the identities of individuals, and not just scholarship and wisdom, that makes Jewish leaders succeed. He contrasts the duties of Jewish priests and kings with the current roles of roshei yeshiva [professors of Talmud] and pulpit rabbis
This lecture was given at Yeshiva University on December 21, 2014.
Promised Lands: The Torah and the American Founding
Two Catholics, a rabbi, and a Presbyterian discuss the indelible impact that the Torah has had on America.
Religion’s Refusal to Die
Rabbi Soloveichik joins Patrick Deneen and Jonathan Silver to explore the resilience of religion in the 21st century.