Rabbi Sneiderman is the Director of Chabad at the University of Delaware. In addition to his campus responsibilities, he teaches at Gratz Hebrew High, Wilmington JCC's Melton Program, and sometimes in the Philosophy Dept. at UD.
Some people think that being religious means shutting off one’s intellect and losing one’s uniqueness. In this excerpt, Rabbi Eliezer Sneiderman presents a very different take on the nuance and truth of religion and religious life.