Lectures and Shiurim by Rabbi Reuven Chaim Klein
Shiurim and Lectures by Rabbi Reuven Chaim Klein
Please use the navigation menu on the left side to find whatever category you are looking for. This site features downloadable recordings of Rabbi Klein's various lectures, as well as links to several videos of his speeches, and pictures of him delivering shiurim.
This online publication features the latest book reviews written by Rabbi Reuven Chaim Klein and his wife Shira Yael Klein.
This Google Group features Reuven Chaim Klein's syndicated weekly articles about synonyms in the Hebrew Language. For the full archives dating back to 2016, visit ohr.edu
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RABBI REUVEN CHAIM KLEIN is the scholarly author of the book God versus Gods: Judaism in the Age of Idolatry (Mosaica Press, 2018). Originally raised Valley Village, CA, he graduated Emek Hebrew Academy and Yeshiva Gedolah of Los Angeles before studying at the world-famous Yeshivas Mir in Jerusalem and at Beth Medrash Govoha of America in Lakewood, NJ. He received rabbinic ordination from such leading authorities as Rabbi Moshe Sternbuch, Rabbi Zalman Nechemiah Goldberg, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Lerner, and Dayan Chanoch Sanhedrai. He is also a member of the RCA, an alumnus of Ohr LaGolah, and was awarded a summer fellowship at the Tikvah Institute for Yeshiva Men in 2015.Mosaica Press published Rabbi Klein’s first book, Lashon HaKodesh: History, Holiness, & Hebrew in 2014, and it became an instant classic. His next volume God versus Gods: Judaism in the Age of Idolatry was released in late 2018. Rabbi Klein has also published papers in several prestigious journals, including Journal of Halacha and Contemporary Society (New York), Jewish Bible Quarterly (Jerusalem), Kovetz Hamaor (Monsey), and Kovetz Kol HaTorah (London). He writes a weekly column about synonyms in the Hebrew language which is published in the Ohrnet, Jewish Press, Jewish Tribune, and Times of Israel. Many of his writings and lectures are available for free on the internet. Rabbi Klein is also an editor for various projects at the Veromemanu Foundation for Biblical Etymological Research.Rabbi Klein is currently a member of the Kollel of Yeshivas Mir in Jerusalem and lives with his wife and children in Beitar Illit, Israel. He is available for research, writing, translation projects, as well as speaking engagements. Questions and comments can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org