|Born||1 August 1957|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Occupation||Rabbi, Talmudic commentator on the Maharal of Prague|
|Yeshiva||Hasmonean High School|
|Residence||Hendon, London England United Kingdom|
|Semicha||Chief Rabbinate of Israel|
Rabbi Yehoshua Hartman (Hebrew: יהושע הרטמן) is an American rabbi, Talmudic scholar, and commentator on the teachings of the Maharal of Prague. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. He currently lives with his wife in Hendon, London.
His father, Rabbi Yechezkel Hartman, was a noted student of the author of the Pachad Yitzchak (Rabbi Yitzchok Hutner). Rabbi Yehoshua Hartman himself had a close relationship with Harav Hutner Zt"l during Harav Hutner's last 4 years. The many volumes that Rabbi Hartman published are all dedicated to the memory of Harav Hutner Zt"l. His brother, Rabbi Ezra Hartman, is a teacher at Yeshivas Bais Yisroel.
Rabbi Hartman graduated from the Yeshiva High School (The Yishuv) and then went on to study at Yeshivas Itri. He spent over twenty years working at a Michlala in Jerusalem, Israel. During his time in Israel, he also taught at Maarava Machon Rubin and resided in the suburb of Har Nof. He currently heads the Hasmonean Beis Hamedrash, the Forms five and six Jewish Studies Programme at Hasmonean High School in Hendon, North West London.
Rabbi Yehoshua Hartman has written over thirty five volumes including several books of commentary on the writings of Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel (Maharal of Prague). Hartman has stated that he intends to write commentaries on all of the published works of Maharal.
As of 2018 he has produced the following books:
- נצח ישראל
- נתיבות עולם
- גבורות ה
- תפארת ישראל
- גור אריה
- דרך חיים
- נר מצוה
- באר הגולה
- אור חדש
- נתיב התשובה
- נתיב התורה
- ומסרה ליהושע
- קרן היובל
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