Rabbi Adam Mintz
Talmud & Practical Rabbinics Faculty /
Rabbi Adam Mintz teaches Talmud and Practical Rabbinics at Maharat. Rabbi Mintz is the founder and rabbi of Kehilat Rayim Ahuvim, a Modern Orthodox community on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. He is the Director of 929 English, a project that promotes the daily study of a chapter of the Tanakh through an updated webpage and social media. Rabbi Mintz is also an Adjunct Associate Professor of Jewish History at City College, New York.
Rabbi Mintz is married to Sharon Liberman Mintz, the Curator of Jewish Art at The Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary and the Senior Consultant for Judaica at Sothebys. They have three children; Noam (and Lily), Ariel and Shoshana.
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Debating the Future: Insights in the Dispute Between Yitzchak and Rivka
Seeing is Believing?
And You Shall Be a Holy People to Me
Reflections on the Current Debate on Women’s Professional Spiritual Leadership
Current Articles and Press
February 14, 2017
Chanukah from Every Angle - A Webinar with Maharat Faculty
Multimedia; Dvar Torah
Video Divrei Torah; Panels and Discussions; Holiday; Chassidut