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Great is Peace: A Modern Commentary on Talmud Bavli Tractate Derek Eretz Zuta Paperback – July 16, 2012
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Rabbi Arthur Segal graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in the 1970s, where he completed BA and DMD degrees, Specialty, and Post-Doctoral studies in psychology. His love of Judaism and his Ahavath Israel led him on a personal quest for Jewish Spiritual Renewal. Following his retirement from a successful oral medicine practice, he began ten years of intensive study, culminating in Rabbinic ordination with semikah. Rabbi Segal was the first to bring weekly Torah and Mishna classes to one of the oldest synagogues in America, at which he held the position of Scholar-in-Residence for a year. He has written internationally acclaimed texts and essays on Jewish Spiritual Renewal, Mussar, Ethics, Torah, and Talmud. He offers free online classes on the spiritual and ethical teachings of the Torah, TaNaK and Talmud. In his home town, he teaches Talmud, TaNaK, Midrash and other great texts, such as Duties of the Heart by Ibn Paqudah. Rabbi Dr. Segal offers rabbinic counseling using the step-by-step process of Jewish Spiritual Renewal to help his fellow Jews achieve a spiritual life. His activities include conducting holiday and Shabbat services on cruise ships and for international congregations that do not have a rabbi. He officiates at customized weddings and other life cycle events. He also works with Jewish prisoners who wish to effect change in their lives. He is active in his local community, serving on a variety of Arts and Cultural Diversity boards. Rabbi Segal, and his beshert, Ellen Freedman Segal, have traveled together to over 150 countries, visiting and aiding Jewish communities where they exist. Ellen and Rabbi Segal enjoy a life of shalom, shlema and gratitude, with their parrot, Avivit Keter.
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