- Paperback: 28 pages
- Publisher: ATID (May 2004)
- ISBN-10: 9657324025
- ISBN-13: 978-9657324028
- Package Dimensions: 8.1 x 6 x 0.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Likrat Ahavat Hashem: Omanut, Hinukh ve-ha-Havvayyah ha-Datit (Toward the Love of God: Art, Education and the Religious Experience) Paperback – May, 2004
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For over 35 years, Rabbi Chaim Brovender, President of the ATID Foundation, has stood at the forefront of pioneering Jewish Studies programs for highly educated young men and women who come to Israel from all over the world to study in an Orthodox environment.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Rabbi Brovender attended Yeshiva University before making aliya to Israel in 1965. He received his Doctorate in Semitic Languages from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1974. While studying for his doctorate, Rabbi Brovender began teaching students who had come to Israel for the Hebrew University's overseas program.
Soon after, Rabbi Brovender established Yeshivat Hamivtar for men, teaching Torah to beginners in an open, intellectual environment. At the same time, with the founding of Michlelet Bruria (today, Midreshet Lindenbaum), he revolutionized women's Torah study in Israel and abroad by introducing in-depth textual study and Talmud to women's learning, paving the way for other women's yeshiva-style institutions. In 1987 these schools merged with Ohr Torah Stone Institutions, where Rabbi Brovender serves as Dean and Rosh Yeshiva.
In 1998 Rabbi Brovender founded ATID -- The Academy for Torah Initiatives and Directions in Jewish Education, as an independent, privately funded institution which aims to foster new and significant thought on the crucial issues facing Jewish education among future leaders in the fieldstudents, young educators, and other professionals who will serve as lay leadership. ATID serves to train the future leadership of Jewish education, and to invigorate the field through the production and dissemination of new visions and strategies to deal with the crucial issues facing the field.
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