A Summer of Yeshiva University Torah in Denver

A Summer of Yeshiva University Torah in Denver

Join us as we welcome Rabbi Daniel Rapp and Rabbi Eitan Schnall of Yeshiva University to Denver to share a summer of Torah with us.  The DAT Minyan, East Denver Orthodox Synagogue and Yeshiva University have joined forces to bring and exciting, educational schedule of events throughout the summer.  Stay tuned for the release of the full schedule soon!

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Rabbi Daniel Rapp
June 29 – July 21
Rabbi Daniel Rapp is associate dean of Judaic studies and a visiting
assistant professor of Talmud for the Irving I. Stone Beit Midrash Program.
Rabbi Rapp received his BA, cum laude, from Yeshiva College in 1990.
In 1995, he received his juris doctor from Columbia University School of
Law, where he was twice named a Harlen Fisk Stone scholar for academic
excellence and was articles editor of the Columbia Business Law Review.
He spent two and a half years studying at Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh in Israel and was
ordained at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, receiving Yadin Yadin
semichah. Rabbi Rapp is a dayan (judge) at the Beth Din of America. He has lectured
on a wide range of topics, with a focus on the interface between halachah and the
modern world.

Rabbi Etan Schnall
July 21 – August 1
Rabbi Etan Schnall is a member of the prestigious Bella & Harry Wexner
Kollel Elyon at RIETS, a competitive post-graduate fellowship for
advanced rabbinic training at Yeshiva University. He graduated Yeshiva
College Suma Cum Laude as a Golding Distinguished Scholar with a BA
in economics in 2005, and was also selected as valedictorian of the Mazer
Yeshiva Program. He was ordained at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary,
where he also completed the Wexner Semicha Honors program.
Rabbi Schnall serves as Assistant Campus Shabbos Rabbi at Yeshiva University, and
spends his summers teaching children with debilitating illnesses at Chai Lifeline’s
Camp Simcha Special. He also prepares dozens of engaged men annually for
marriage through instruction in the laws of Taharas HaMishpacha. Rabbi Schnall has
traveled as a scholar-in-residence to cities throughout North America, lecturing on
topics of Jewish Law and Philosophy.

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