New Feature: Rabbis Who Blog!

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There are many rabbis who blog, addressing everything from divrei Torah to thoughts about social action. I’ve just added a new page to this website, Rabbis Who Blog, to make it easier for you to find other rabbinic voices on the Internet.

Part of what you’ll see, if you peruse that list, is that no two rabbis are alike. Take some time to click around on the new page, and I think you’ll find some bloggers to follow.

If you are a rabbi, leave me a comment with a link to your blog, and I will be happy to add you to the list.

I’ve also made some small changes in the website. I realized that the “About” pages, etc, were not accessible ever since I switched themes. So now there is a menu of pages on the site. If you are using a computer screen, it will be to your left. If you are on a tablet or smartphone, then there should be a little button with horizontal lines on it on the upper right side of your screen. Click on that, and it will reveal all sorts of goodies.


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Rabbi Ruth Adar is a teaching rabbi in San Leandro, CA. She has many hats: rabbi, granny, and ham radio operator K6RAV. She blogs at and teaches at Jewish Gateways in Albany, CA.

9 thoughts on “New Feature: Rabbis Who Blog!”

  1. Rabbi Adar, thank you for this great resource! If u wouldn’t mind adding one more to the list, my blog is Thank you!

      1. Just a reminder about adding mine ( Obviously, it’s up to you (it’s your blog!), but it looks like you may have forgotten. Thanks again. 🙂

    1. Done! There were several blogs I missed initially, all of them blogs I regularly read – go figure! Yours is among my favorites. Thank you for letting me know I’d missed it.

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