Rabbi Norman Lamm

Rabbi Norman Lamm received three degrees from Yeshiva University: BA, PhD, and rabbinic ordination. After twenty-five years in the pulpit and twenty-seven years as president of Yeshiva University, he became the university’s chancellor in 2003. He is the author of many books and hundreds of articles..

Publications by Rabbi Norman Lamm

Modern Orthodoxy and Its Future

Modern Orthodoxy is a form of Jewish Orthodoxy that is open to the outside world. It is characterized by five principles: its outlook on education, its stance toward Israel, its attitude toward the role of women, a mindset of inclusiveness, and a moderate mode of speaking and reacting. Read More »