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Moshe Tendler

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Rabbi Dr. Moshe Tendler is a senior Rosh Yeshiva in the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary at Yeshiva University. He is also the Rabbi Isaac and Bella Tendler Professor of Jewish Medical Ethics and Professor of Biology at Yeshiva University. He has written extensively on euthanasia, infertility, end of life issues, organ donation, and brit milah. He is also the spiritual leader of the Community Synagogue in Monsey, NY, and chairs the bioethical commission of the Rabbinical Council of America and the Medical Ethics Task Force of UJA-Federation of Greater New York.
Is Gene Editing a Step Too Far?
Rabbi Dr. Moshe Tendler discusses the complex moral issues of gene editing. Emphasizing the importance of understanding world knowledge as well as Torah knowledge, in-order to properly address these delicate issues.
Soul, mind and the stages of life according to Jewish law and lore
What is the definition of an adult? How do we define old-age? The Torah applies different types of standards, biological, social and mental, to help us navigate the different stages of human life and development.
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