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Dr. David M. Feldman

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Rabbi

Phone: (845) ***-****  HQ Phone
JewishBergen.com
145 College Rd.
Suffern , New York 10901
United States

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Background

Employment History

  • Dean and Founder
    Jewish Institute of Bioethics
  • Dean
    Jewish Institute of Bioethics
  • Rabbi

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Rabbi Emeritus
    Jewish Center of Teaneck
  • Chairman of Committee On Marriage
    UJA-Federation
  • Chairman of the Committee On Medical Ethics
    UJA-Federation

Education

  • degrees
    Jewish Theological Seminary
  • degrees
    Yeshiva University
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Rabbi David M. Feldman, Rabbi-Emeritus of the Jewish Center of Teaneck, passed away By JB Crew
Rabbi David M. Feldman, Rabbi-Emeritus of the Jewish Center of Teaneck, New Jersey, passed away on Friday at the age of 85. Rabbi Feldman was read more
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Rabbi David M. Feldman, Rabbi-Emeritus of the Jewish Center of Teaneck, New Jersey, passed away on Friday at the age of 85. Rabbi Feldman was known as a pioneering expert on medical ethics andJewish Law (halakha), on which he wrote several books, including the multi-edition "Birth Control in Jewish Law."
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The writings of Rabbi David Feldman, a noted Jewish medical ethicist and rabbi emeritus of the Jewish Center of Teaneck, are appended to the 1983 responsum. Feldman "insisted years ago that one can only abort for concern over maternal health and not the potential health of the fetus," said Avram Israel Reisner, onetime rabbi of the New Milford Jewish Center and currently a member of the CJLS' subcommittee on biomedical ethics.
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Feldman told The Jewish Standard that cloning humans "sounds exciting and promising, but there are so many things that can go wrong along the way."
Rabbi David Michael Feldman, ...
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Rabbi David Michael Feldman, Rabbi-Emeritus of the Jewish Center of Teaneck and medical ethicist extraordinaire, passed away last Friday in Holy Name Medical Center at the age of 85, after a long illness. The beloved rabbi, who was admired by leaders from all streams of Judaism and members of the extended community in Teaneck, was world renowned for writing a number of books on the subjects of fertility, procreation and medical ethics.
He served as Chairman of the Committee on Medical Ethics of UJA-Federation and its Committee on Marriage and the Family. Rabbi Feldman was also the dean of the Jewish Institute of Bioethics, and editor of the Compendium on Medical Ethics, who served on the Bio-Medical Ethics Committee of Hackensack University Medical Center and on the Board of Trustees of the New York Society for the Deaf. He had graduate degrees from Columbia, Yeshiva University and The Jewish Theological Seminary and smicha from Rav Natalovitch. He was also a chaplain in the U.S. Air Force, and an active member of Teaneck's Post 498 of the Jewish War Veterans. The list of his accomplishments can fill pages.
Rabbi Feldman offered the most accepted scholarly explorations into abortion, euthanasia and the right to die. Among his books were "Birth Control in Jewish Law," "Health and Medicine in the Jewish Tradition" and "Where There's Life, There's Life," an exploration of end-of-life decisions. In it, Rabbi Feldman used Talmudic sources, science and his personal experience as a pulpit rabbi and as a top-notch medical ethicist to guide people in end of life issues.
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Rabbi David Feldman is Rabbi Emeritus at the Teaneck Jewish Center and the Dean and Founder of the Jewish Institute of Bioethics.
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