He was the founding Executive Chairman of YU’s Orthodox Caucus, and a moving force behind the RCA Pre-Nuptial Agreement to resolve the plight of women who are unable to obtain a religious divorce.His weblog, My Obiter Dicta, is a well known forum for the discussion of religious and political issues facing Judaism and the Jewish People, in Israel and abroad.
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It is a lovely gift for the most important and happy celebrations in life! Tells the Date, time, Shabbat times for sundown lighting candles, shabbat ending times, prayer times with sunrise, sunset & reading the Shema on time including Rabbeinu Tam's time. Imagine the Tanach and 24 Bible Commentaries, Talmud Bavli and Commentaries as well as most key Halachic and Aggadic works including the Zohar, all instantly searchable, accessible and printable.
Woolf has served as a visiting professor at Yale University, Yeshiva University, and New York University.
He has delivered guest lectures at Harvard University, Boston University, Yeshiva University, Drew University, Washington University, University of Leiden (NL), Potsdam University (Berlin), and the Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO; Paris). Woolf studied for nine and a half years under Rabbi Joseph B.
He is the director of Bar Ilan's Institute for the Study of Post-Talmudic Halakhah. Woolf received his BA in History (summa cum laude with distinction) from Boston University in 1976, alongside a BHL (cum laude) in Talmud and Midrash from Boston Hebrew College.
He received his Ph D (1991) in Medieval Jewish History and Literature at Harvard University, under the guidance of the late Professor Isadore Twersky.
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