"'Faith lasts for a moment and then you're back in the desert again,' said Rabbi Neil Gillman, quoting Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
For more than half a century, the former dean of the Rabbinical School and current Professor Emeritus of Jewish Philosophy at The Jewish Theological Seminary has guided students of all ages and Jews of all denominations through the shifting sand of that theological Sinai.
As the author of the classic 'Sacred Fragments,' and other works, including dozens of divrei Torah for The Jewish Week, Rabbi Gillman's influence is broad. But perhaps his greatest legacy is the impact he had on his students and colleagues at the JTS."
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