Joshua Hammerman, a rabbi and journalist, has since 1992 served as spiritual leader of Temple Beth El in Stamford, Connecticut. His writing has appeared internationally, including three personal essays in the New York Times Magazine. He also writes a regular column for the New York Jewish Week, and his articles have appeared in dozens of periodicals, including the New York Daily News, Newsday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Hartford Courant, Jerusalem Post and Moment Magazine. Hammerman recently completed a term as the first pulpit rabbi to be president of the Council of Churches and Synagogues of Southwestern Connecticut; ha also was Chairman of the Stamford Board of Rabbis. When he's not busy being a father, husband, writer and rabbi— the four things he enjoys most — he loves exploring New England autumns, cheering for the Boston Red Sox, and of course, seeking God on the Internet.
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