Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow has served as rabbi of Congregation Shaarey Tefilla since August 2010. He was born in Philadelphia and grew up in the Philadelphia suburb of Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
By Benjamin Sendrow
Dennis Prager, Torah Scholar?
If I mention Dennis Prager, what comes to your mind? For most readers, I suspect it would be “he’s the guy I see on the news sometimes” or “he’s a radio talk show host.” Perhaps the word “conservative” would be inserted into those responses. But would you include the word “Jewish?” Not only is Prager…
Addicts Don’t Need Tough Love — They Need Quality Treatment.
On a beautiful spring day some thirty years ago, I had a heart-to-heart talk with my brother, Duvid. We had come of age in the 1970s and were both active musicians. In those days, the music world meant the availability of drugs, primarily but not exclusively marijuana. Duvid had developed a taste not only for…
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