I have a BA in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania (1991), and an MA in Liberal Arts, also from the University of Pennsylvania (1995).
From 1992-1994 I lived in Israel and studied Torah at various yeshivot, particularly the Pardes Institute. I was on the path to becoming a rabbi and living in Israel, but it wasn't meant to be.
I did doctoral work in the field of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University (1997-2001) where I compared Kabbalah with Yoga. I...
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