Yosef Yitzchak Jacobson
Life and career[edit | edit source]
Jacobson served as a senior fellow at the Chabad Lubavitch Rabbinical Seminary Chovevei Torah where he taught Talmud, Kabbalah, and Hasidic philosophy. In 2005, he replaced his late father Gershon Jacobson as editor-in-chief of the Yiddish weekly Algemeiner Journal, who revitalized the journal for a number of years. He served as the spiritual leader of Congregation Beis Shmuel Chabad in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York, and is the dean of TheYeshiva.net, where he presents weekly classes and lectures. Many of his classes are based on the weekly parsha and he delivers a special lecture before Jewish festivals. His classes expertly weave together lomdus and hashkofoh. 
Jacobson was the first rabbi invited by the Pentagon to present the annual keynote address to the US military Chief of Chaplains Senior Leadership Training Conference. He is the author of the audio series "A Tale of Two Souls" on the Tanya.
Family[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- "Jewish Learning Institute to open branch in Bozeman this autumn". Retrieved Oct 4, 2014.
- torahcafe.com Scholars
- Alvin H. Rosenfeld. The Writer Uprooted: Contemporary Jewish Exile Literature.
- theyeshiva.net Dean Archived June 9, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
- lubavitch.com/news First Rabbi to Address Chaplaincy
- chassidus.com A Tale of Two Souls
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