SOM Pod: Rabbi Lewis Eron on his new book, “I Am,” about the Sh’ma prayer

 

In this episode of the Seekers of Meaning Podcast, Rabbi Address speaks with Rabbi Lewis John Eron, Ph.D., who recently retired as chaplain at the Lion’s Gate continuing care retirement community in Camden County, NJ. Rabbi Eron has recently authored a new book, I AM: A Journey in Jewish Faith: A Spiritual/Theological Reflection on the Shema.


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About the Guest

Rabbi Lewis Eron, chaplain at Lion's Gate CCRC, Voorhees, NJ, pictured in The Lubetkin Media Companies TV studio in Cherry Hill, NJ

Rabbi Lewis John Eron is the rabbi emeritus of Lions Gate CCRC, a life-care community in Voorhees, NJ, where he served for almost a quarter of a century as the Director of Religious Services and as the Jewish Community Chaplain for the Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey in Cherry Hill, NJ.  He received the title of Rabbi in 1981 from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Wyncote, PA, and a doctorate in Biblical Studies from the Religion Department of Temple University in 1987.  Rabbi Eron also studied at Johns Hopkins, at Yale and at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. ​

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