Rabbi Francis Nataf is a respected educator and thinker, well known for his ability to find new ways of looking at tradition and text and for his willingness to confront the community’s problems head on.
Redeeming Relevance in the Book of Numbers Now Available for Purchase! Dedication Opportunities Now Available for the Next Volume (Deuteronomy)
SEE RABBI NATAF SPEAK AT SULAM YAAKOV, JERUSALEM ON CAN WE PRAY, REALLY? (Jan. 7, 2014)
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