Scholar - Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet

Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet, M.A. is the rabbi of London’s Mill Hill Synagogue since 1993; under his leadership membership has grown to over 1400 members. Rabbi Schochet also serves as Honorary Principal of Rosh Pinah Primary School in Edgware and the Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School in Mill Hill. Rabbi Schochet serves on the Chief Rabbi’s Cabinet, served as vice-chairman of the Rabbinical Council of the United Synagogue for three years, and chairmen for three years. Rabbi Schochet is a columnist for the Jewish News, Diary Rabbi for The Guardian, and has published in The London Times, Time Magazine International. Named by The Jewish Telegraph as one of the ten most influential rabbis in the United Kingdom, Schochet is a regular panelist for the BBC’s The Big Question series. He lectures extensively throughout England, Continental Europe, North America, and Australia. Rabbi Schochet and his wife, Chani - a London native – have five children.

Crossfire 1 (2012)

Why do men wear black and white and women wear all colors, how does the Torah deal with the age of the earth, why can’t women be rabbis? These are some of the...