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Rabbi Lawrence Kelemen

Rabbi Lawrence Kelemen
Rabbi Lawrence Kelemen lectures at Neve Yerushalayim College of Jewish Studies for Women in Jerusalem, where he lectures undergraduate and graduate students in modern and medieval philosophy. After receiving his undergraduate degree from UCLA, Rabbi Kelemen continued with his graduate studies at Harvard University, and later completed 12 years of post-graduate field research in the Middle East.
Rabbi Kelemen brings to his lectures and writings his impressive academic background, as well as a myriad of life experiences, including those of a newspaper editor, skiing instructor and radio anchorman. Now an accomplished lecturer and author, Rabbi Kelemen electrifies parents, teachers, and university students across North and South America, Europe and the Middle East with his wit, humor, wisdom and gifts of insight into the essence of living a meaningful life.

Rabbi Kelemen is the author of Permission to Believe (1990) Permission to Receive (1994), and To Kindle a Soul (2001), and he is the translator of the classical text of ancient pedagogical theory, Planting and Building (1999)