Remembering Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz zt”l and his incredible legacy
Presented by LSJS and South Hampstead Synagogue in partnership with the United Synagogue and the Steinsaltz Center.
On 7th August, aged 83, Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz passed away. He was a great teacher, philosopher, social critic, author, translator and publisher who revolutionised the study of Talmud. His teachings influenced hundreds of thousands of Jews acro ss the globe – religious, cultural and secular alike. TIME magazine quoted him as being “a once-in-a-millennium scholar”.
Learn about his life and impact from people who knew him well. Incredible stories, ideas and achievements that will inspire and make you think.
Rabbi Shlomo and Rebbetzin Lynndy Levin, South Hampstead Synagogue
Ambassador Tzipi Hotovely, the new ambassador of Israel to the UK; talmida of Rav Steinsaltz
Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum, Dean of LSJS
Rabbi Meni Even-Israel Steinsaltz, son of Rav Steinsaltz
Rabbi Michael Laitner, Director of Education, United Synagogue
Syma Weinberg, Former Director of the Office of the Chief Rabbi, UK
Rabbi Jason Rappoport, Managing Editor of English Publications Shefa (Steinsaltz)
Sammy Rubin, Entrepreneur, teacher and long standing talmid of Rav Steinsaltz