The response to Chaim Saiman’s recent piece for Lehrhaus has been as diverse as it has been inspiring. In the interests of continuing the conversation we have convened a symposium of writers who will offer further reflections on the topic. We have tried to ensure that a broad of range of perspectives, within the Orthodox community and beyond, find representation.
This page will continue to update throughout the week, so please check back often.
Lawrence Kaplan: “The Function of the Centrist Orthodox Gadol“
Wendy Amsellem: “Not in the Market for a Gadol”
Ethan Tucker: “Looking for Gedolim in All the Wrong Places?“
Miriam Gedwiser: “A Question of Perspective”
Netanel Wiederblank: “New Links in an Old Chain”