Rabbi Aaron Frank (’08) leads his students in faith

September 4, 2019

Rabbi Frank wants to guide students in their faith, not force them to feel a certain way about Judaism and their beliefs.

“Many people think if you have ‘rabbi’ in front of your name that you’re going to impose, and there’s going to be coercion,” Frank said. “I want them to have the tools to take the journey on their own. Wherever that journey goes, I want them to be able to navigate that.

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