Limmud FSU Presenters 2017
What is Limmud? What are the Principles? Also, learn some of our History and more.
Pinchas Polonsky Russian-Israeli Jewish-religious philosopher, researcher, and educator active among the Russian-speaking Jewish community
Pinchas Polonsky is the most avant-garde Russian language Judaism educator who prefers to live in the epicenter of the earthquake. Pinchas was born in Moscow in 1958. He was one of the refuseniks in the eighties and during that period he was one of the founders of the clandestine network for the study of Torah called Machanaim as well as samizdat (self-published underground) Jewish literature and Torah commentary. In 1987 he emigrated to Israel. Polonsky is researching the teachings of Rav Kook and the modern-day issues in Judaism, and a Senior Fellow and Assistant Professor in the Ariel University, Samaria. He is an author of about 25 books in Russian, part of which has been translated to English and Hebrew, among which is a prayer book Vrata Molitvy (Gates of Prayer), a monograph on Rav Kook's philosophy, and a series of books on the religious zionism and modern philosophy of Judaism. In the recent years he has been publishing a series of books with Torah commentaries The Biblical Dynamics, and he is also very active the modernization of Orthodox Judaism in Israel. Email Pinchas at firstname.lastname@example.org. All of his books, articles, and audio recordings are avaialble on his site http://ejwiki-books.com/.