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A new teleconference class series and discussion group covering the foundations of Jewish belief, philosophy and spirituality based upon the classic work, "The Way of G-d - Derech Hashem" written by 17th century Kabbalistic, Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzatto.
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A bi-weekly SoulBytes video blog exploring King Solomon's eternal teachings of wisdom on life and the human experience.
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Jewish Ethics Seminars:
By definition, a Rabbi is a scholar... a leader in Jewish thought and teachings. A Rabbi combines an expert knowledge of the laws, customs and rituals of Judaism with the ability to convey the application of Torah and Talmud into everyday life, thus fostering and nurturing both personal and spiritual growth.
Rabbi Coleman is, by definition, the well-trained thought leader you'd expect. But with Rabbi Coleman, there's so much more...
Without the constraints of a large congregation and its abundant demands, Rabbi Coleman is able to utilize the intimacy of one-on-one learning and small group dynamics for more personal, in-depth and enriching experiences.
When there are simcha celebrations or joys that need to be planned, Rabbi Coleman is there. When there are sad occasions or difficult life challenges, Rabbi Coleman is there as well. Whatever the situation, whenever there is a need to understand, overcome and grow, Rabbi Coleman can be your steadfast source of compassion, enlightenment, knowledge, teaching and friendship.
Regardless of your background, level of Jewish knowledge or affiliation, Rabbi Coleman offers a customized Jewish learning experience that is unique to you and you alone. After all, isn't that what you want from your teacher... your life coach... your adviser... your Rabbi...your friend?
Call Rabbi Coleman today at 215.266.7498 or email him
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Rabbi Coleman is also the founder and leader of The Institute for Jewish Ethics, a CLE accredited organization that is dedicated to promoting the awareness of Jewish wisdom (based on Talmud) as it applies to contemporary ethical dilemmas that arise in law, business, medicine and society.