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Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman

Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman was born and raised in Brooklyn. After marriage he spent years learning in Kollel  both in  Eretz Yisroel and in the States.
After being privileged to teach Torah as a rebbe in Yeshiva for two decades, in 1997 he was appointed as the Rav of Congregation Ahavas Israel in Passaic, NJ. From humble beginnings the shul now hosts forty minyamin a day.
In addition to his rabbinic functions, Rabbi Eisenman is a Professor at Lander College for Women. He has published three books; the latest, Shul With A View (Artscroll), is a much enlarged compendium of the columns published in Mishpacha Magazine since 2008.
Rabbi Eisenman also writes a blog entitled The Short Vort, with anecdotes about the ups and downs of being a shul rabbi.
Rabbi Eisenman and his family have been living in Passaic for thirty years, and their married children are spread out in the New York area and  Eretz Yisroel.
In his free time he loves reading his favorite magazine, Mishpacha.
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Tuesday, June 01, 2021
When Steve’s father heard the price of this special matzah, he was not pleased
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Tuesday, May 04, 2021
Recently, one event from my bar mitzvah journey finally became clear
Shul with a View
Wednesday, April 07, 2021
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Shul with a View
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
In desperation, Raphael came to me and begged me to find him something to do
Shul with a View
Wednesday, March 03, 2021
We didn’t appreciate the essentialness of Reb Shalom until he was no longer there
Shul with a View
Wednesday, February 03, 2021
I had no idea what I would speak about that Shabbos morning
Shul with a View
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
"It may not be the way you thought it would be, but never forget to thank Hashem for that day”