Rabbi Arthur Green

Rabbi Arthur Green

Art Green is a student and teacher of the Jewish mystical tradition, as well as a neo-Hasidic theologian, for over fifty years. His 1968 essay "Notes from the Jewish Underground: On Psychedelics and Kabbalah" was one of the first things published on this topic.

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Born in New Jersey in 1941, Art Green was raised in an atheist home. Discovering Judaism through grandparents, he went through an increasingly intense observant period between ages 11 and 18, when he left it behind in a sharp break. Re-entry into Judaism came via the mystical tradition, which he discovered and began studying two years later. He was a student of such European-trained luminaries as Nahum Glatzer, Alexander Altmann, and Abraham Joshua Heschel. Green has taught at the University of Pennsylvania, Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, Brandeis University, and most recently at the Hebrew College Rabbinical School, which he founded in 2003. Green is author, editor, or translator of over 20 books as well of numerous articles, many of which can be found on his website artgreen26.com

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