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Rabbi Tovia Singer

Director of Outreach Judasim

About Rabbi tovia singer

Rabbi Tovia Singer is the director of Outreach Judaism, an international organization that responds directly to the issues raised by missionaries and cults, by exploring Judaism in contradistinction to fundamentalist Christianity.

He’s a world renowned speaker, broadcaster, and is the author of the 2 volume book and audio series “Let’s Get Biblical”

Rabbi Singer is widely regarded as the leading voice countering the efforts of missionaries that  target Jews. He is the go-to source on the topic of missionaries, giving numerous interviews on radio and television  over the years and continues to teach thousands. He has dedicated his life to bringing Jewish people who have been lost to the church back to the truth and beauty of the Jewish faith.

multiple programs available on various platforms:

GUEST LECTURER

INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKER

SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE

ONLINE INTERVIEWS

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

ROLE PLAY PROGRAM FOR TEENS

Rabbi Singer's most well known programs include captivating and entertaining weekend scholar-in-residence programs, eye-opening adult education lectures on missionary tactics, and fascinating journeys through Tanach,

Rabbi Singer conducts a live online call-in show where listeners can engage with the rabbi directly, asking their most troubling questions.

Rabbi Singer is often invited as a guest lecturer for Zoom conferences, Q&A sessions, and Podcasts.

Rabbi Singer's role play program actually puts students in the seat of a Jew being proselytized by "Mitch", a missionary for Jews for Jesus.

Mitch, (who unknowwn to the audience is expertly played by Rabbi Singer), presents the message exactly the way it's done by Christian missionaries.

The students find Mitch's presenation persuasive, and begin questioning and engaging in arguments with Mitch. 
 

Mitch leaves, and Rabbi Tovia Singer appears to his astonished audience and begins an engrossing debriefing of the tactics used by Mitch.

Rabbi Singer does this by having the students figure out the manipulative techniques that were used. The educational process has begun.
 

You can sense the tension in the audience while Mitch is presenting his story and the palpable expression of relief when he returns as Rabbi Tovia Singer.
 

The students experience and learn first hand the tools used by missionaries and become an active participant in the learning process.

what people are saying

"Our students not only listened attentively to Rabbi Singer's every word, but actively responded in an amazingly mature way. After it was over, they made me promise to have him return to meet with next year's post Bar and Bat Mitzvah class."

 

Dr. Shoshana Silberman, Educational Director

Jewish Center Princeton

Princeton, NJ

Author of "A Family Haggadah"

"We've been inundated with calls from parents who are excited by their kids' reactions to this special program. They are pleased with their childrens' reactions to the program and are thrilled that their teenagers are sharing their thoughts about these issues."

Shelley Krieger, Director of Merkaz

The Community High School for Jewish Studies

Hartford, CT

"This program was the highlight of a special weekend for teenagers. It was presented in an impressive, effective manner that teens can relate to. They now have an awareness of the missionary problem that they will take with them onto college campuses."

Phil Cherkas, BBYO Regional Director

Pittsburgh, PA

"Rabbi Singer made a professional, outstanding presentation that reached into the hearts and minds of the 400 teenagers that we had in the room. They were moved and educated by his thoughtful presentation and I strongly recommend it for every Jewish organization regardless of affiliation."

Rabbi Mark Cohn

Director of the Southern Region of NCSY

N. Miami Beach, FL

"Rabbi Singer's presentation to our Youth Jewish Leadership group was the most explosive, exciting, entertaining and thought-provoking of our year. In one evening, Rabbi Singer sparks an interest in and an awareness of a major problem facing the Jewish community, while at the same time stressing the importance of living Jewishly regardless of one's level of observance or affiliation."

Raphael Sonsino and Kerry Gurovitsch

Co-Chairs, Young Jewish Leadership

Program of the Jewish Federation of San Antonio

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