About the Author

Rabbi Shlomo Shulman

Rabbi Shlomo Shulman was born in Cleveland, OH and grew up attending public schools and Reform Temple there. As a young Cleveland sports fan, he learned what it means to be part of an oppressed people. Shlomo and his wife, Aviva, run the Maimonides Society at Yale: an educational program dedicated to helping Jewish college students, who don’t think they learned it all in Sunday School, explore their eternal heritage on a deeper level through one on one text study, campus seminars, and amazing trips. Shlomo and Aviva are blessed with eight wonderful, well-behaved-at-heart children. They have also been foster parents to several children and young adults over the years.

An Unusual Journey: Eating Kosher on Russian Airline

A small reminder of the miraculous nature of existence of the Jewish people.

Salami and Shiites

Firsthand report from the only Jewish chaplain in Iraq

Guide to the Jewish Wedding

Learn the deeper significance of a Jewish wedding, and print out a copy for the wedding guests, too!

A Chaplain Says Goodbye

What a long, strange trip it's been.

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