Nosson Dovid Rabinowich’s Invaluable Contribution to Jews Literature & Community

Author of 13 highly-valued books on Jews history, Dr. Nosson Dovid Rabinowich is a distinct Rabbi who is known for his life-long charitable work for his community. Nosson Dovid Rabinowich’s expertise and in-depth knowledge of Geonic and Medieval Periods has enabled him to bring a new approach to Jewish text which is now popularly regarded as ‘Kosher’.

Nosson Dovid Rabinowich began to write since his college years. His first book, entitled ‘Be’airot Natan (Hebrew), was published in 1980 when he was pursing his bachelor degree in Jewish History from the City University of New York.

After his college, he began his research work on the subject and soon after became an influencing speaker on the matter. Throughout his life, Nosson Dovid Rabinowich has influenced lives of thousands from his public speaking work.

Nosson Dovid Rabinowich currently is the executive director at Jewish Heritage Tours and also serves as the chief guide on tours the firm organizes for Africa, Western Europe and Canada. From 1992 to 2013, he also served as the dean of Ahavath Torah Institute in Brooklyn.

Recommended Read:- Nosson David Rabinowich – A Distinct Rabbi of Our Times

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About Nathan David Rabinowich

Nathan David (Nosson Dovid) Rabinowich is an author of thirteen critically acclaimed scholarly books and hundreds of articles. He is an expert on Jewish History with extensive teaching experience at the high school and university levels. Nathan has lead as a CEO and Scholar in Residence in such as ventures as the Jewish Heritage Tours to Western Europe, Canada, and Africa.
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