Seymour Rossel

Seymour Rossel is the author of 36 books, including The Essential Jewish Stories, The Holocaust: An End to Innocence, The Torah: Portion by Portion, Bible Dreams: The Spiritual Quest, and The Child’s Bible. Rabbi Rossel was the spiritual leader of Congregation Jewish Community North in Spring, served as Director of Education and Publisher for the Union of Reform Judaism, and was Academic Coordinator of the School of Education of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York, where he was on faculty for nearly a dozen years. As speaker, author, and editor, he is listed in Who’s Who in the Eastern States, Contemporary Authors, The International Authors and Writers Who’s Who, as well as Who’s Who in World Jewry. He holds the Bonei HaNegev award for excellence in Jewish Education and served as an ex-officio member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Rabbi Rossel lectures widely on Bible and biblical archaeology, Jewish history, mysticism, and spiritual values; and maintains his own web site at www.rossel.net. He has been featured recently in a Houston Chronicle article.