Rabbi Dr. Moshe Berger


  • Jewish Ethics: Relating to God and One Another


  • PhD, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA


Rabbi Moshe Berger was Professor of Bible and Rabbinic Literature for thirty-three years at the Cleveland College of Jewish Studies (Siegal College). He served as Orthodox Hillel Rabbi at Brandeis, Harvard-Radcliffe and Case Western Reserve Universities, and as Rabbi of Sinai Synagogue in Cleveland. He is presently Scholar-in-Residence at Young Israel of Greater Cleveland. Rabbi Berger attended Yeshiva University and Harvard University, where he earned a PhD in Judaic Studies.