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Rabbi Chaim Richman

Guest Speaker

Rabbi Chaim Richman

Director, International Department
The Temple Institute



Guest Speaker

Rabbi Chaim Richman

Director, International Department
The Temple Institute


Short Bio

Chaim Richman, Orthodox rabbi, scholar, author and translator, has lived in Israel since 1982. Rabbi Richman is an internationally acclaimed authority on the Holy Temple and the prophecies concerning the future of Israel and the world.

He has been associated with the Temple Institute of Jerusalem for nearly 25 years, where he serves as Director of the International Department. He has authored and translated over 10 books of Torah wisdom. The Temple Institute has established a unique International Department, whose purpose is to help bring the light of the Holy Temple to a world that is seeking the presence of G-d. The International Department exists in order to provide knowledge, inspiration and information to all those who share in this vision, and to provide the opportunity to support and actively participate in projects of the Temple Institute.

Through its educational programs, materials and media kits, the International Department of the Temple Institute provides direct access to the world of the Holy Temple. The International Department hosts, and participates in, lectures and Bible conferences around the world, and is featured in major media productions. templeinstitute.org, The Temple Institute's English language website, is an ongoing project of the International Department. Temple Talk, a weekly two hour-long radio show on Israel National New's internet radio, is likewise, an International Department presentation, hosted by Rabbi Richman. The International Department also produces weekly Torah teachings on internet video. The Department also arranges Torah-based tours and seminars in Israel with a unique focus on Jerusalem from an authentic Jewish standpoint.

His website is templeinstitute.org


Events



The Temple Institute

Saturday, January 24, 2011