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Associate Rabbi of The House of Seven Beggars

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Rabbi Shlomo Nachman ben Ya'akov
Rabbi Shlomo Nachman ben Ya'akov is the Associate Rabbi of the House of Seven Beggars, the world's first virtual synagogue. The House of Seven Beggars, a name based on one of the beloved and enlightening tales of the premier Chassidic storyteller Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (zt”l), was founded by Senior Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim.

Rabbi Shlomo Nachman is also HaRav and author of, a substantial web domain offering studies on diverse Jewish and Noahide topics along with video presentations, humor, and more. is the present incarnation of a web domain created by the rabbi in 1997.

Since 1969 Rabbi Shlomo Nachman has devoted most of his energies to diverse religious studies from around the world including Judaism, which, for the past many years, has been his only religious focus. The development and furtherance of emunah (active and complete faith in G-d) has always been the major focus of his life's work and personal practice. Through voluminous writings and in-depth studies, found on websites and various social media platforms, through personal appearances, radio, and public rallies, via live and recorded broadcasts and more, Rabbi Shlomo has worked diligently to encourage baalei teshuva and others in their return to and advancement of religious faith. It is his conviction that among all the shortages facing our troubled world today, none are as dire as the shortage of emunah. In agreement with the old adage, Rabbi Shlomo believes that, “with emunah all things are possible.” His personal life is a testament to this as he often shares.

In addition to his rabbinic smicha (or ordination) from Yeshiva Avur Kol HaYihudim Al Pe' Chukee Moshe, he also holds an MA in World Religious Studies, a counseling certification, as well as several other religious and spiritual achievements. Rabbi Shlomo's rabbinic lineage passes through the Baal Shem Tov (1698-1760) directly, through the Maggid of Mezritch (1704-1772), and further still to the great sage Rashi (1040-1105). Having achieved his Yoreh Yoreh smicha (or congregational ordination) the rabbi is currently working towards his second, Yadin Yadin (or judicial) smicha from the same yeshiva.

His ongoing association with the House of Seven Beggars and its members since circa 2014, as well as with Der Alte Weg Chassidus, the Chassidic sect established by Rebbe Aryel Nachman ben Chaim, has provided Rabbi Shlomo with a positive foundation from which to continue his life's work. What matters most to Rabbi Shlomo Nachman is not his formal achievements but the privilege of assisting others in their search for and emunah in the One G-d.

Rabbi Shlomo Nachman ben Ya'akov:

It is my sincere prayer that my humble efforts will help unite our people and bless those who wish to find their own way. As my dear brother Shlomo Silverman recently noted to me, "We Jews are not so good at multiplication, but we are the masters of division!" This ought not be true, but it is.

Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim and I are working together to promote unity among our people and to assist wayward Jews in their return to observance. I also focus on assisting non-Jews who are seeking the G-d of Israel as Noahides.

Concerning Jewish disunity the former Jerusalem Chief Rabbi, Rav Kook, declared: "Since there are enough people practicing rejection, I choose to practice acceptance."

This is the goal of, the House of Seven Beggars, and our Keruv Media Network. The Chofetz Chaim warned:

ENOUGH! We claim we want HaMashiach and the Third Temple now, and yet we continue doing the very things for which it was destroyed! Both Orthodox and non-Orthodox are guilty. We must understand that A Jew is a Jew! I hold this conviction close to my heart by the mercy of HaShem! Some Jews are religious, others are not. Some Jews are fanatics on both ends of the spectrum, most are not. Let us seek a radical love-based balance! Especially towards one another. We are a single extended family.

Personally, I am a traditional (hence "Orthodox") Jew and ordained Rabbi. I currently hold yoreh yoreh smicha and am working towards yadin yadin through our yeshiva. This is enough for me. Of course there are always more details and people do ask, so...

My Rabbinical lineage is as follows: Here is a partial list of Rabbinic blessings I have received.

Our Shul: The House of Seven Beggars

Our Yeshiva: Website coming soon.

         Please Note: is completely independent of the various groups I associate with. The views expressed here are my own understandings and do not necessarily reflect those of anyone else. Likewise, the views of the various groups I associate with do not always express mine.
I am also the founder/owner of Learn replaces as my primary web presence. is now primarily my archival site. You will notice that some of the graphics etc. here link to This is simply to economize my badwidth usage.
Please refrain from making assumptions about my beliefs and practices until you get to know me. If you have questions, ask me, don't assume. In many ways I'm not your average Chassid nor rabbi. Heck, I'm not even your average Jew! But then... few Jews really are when you get to know us! Our harmonious diversity is among our greatest strengths.

Although began August 25, 2018, I have been sharing religious information with people online since 1997 at and other domains.

I am a committed Religious Zionist, although I am not directly affiliated with any Zionist groups. I have the utmost respect for the work of late Rabbi Meir Kahana, but have no association with any of the groups that emerged from him. I support Moshe Feiglin but have no direct association with Manhigut Yehudit, Zehut or his other commendable endeavors.

          Without supporting the Nation and People of Israel one can not honestly claim to be loyal to our Holy Scriptures, Traditions, Religion, or People in my opinion. Far too many Jews today, even some rabbis (both Orthodox and non-Orthodox), are turning against Israel and thereby betraying the Hope of the Redemption. The Hope of Zion is the bedrock of Judaism and our people. Judaism and Zionism can not be separated. They are one.

Of course, I'm not naive. The secular government of Israel today is far from perfect. The Israel that now exists is not the Israel that will be during the reign of HaMashiach ben David (may those days come soon and within our lifetimes). There are many things I wish were different there, HOWEVER I stand firmly and immovably with Israel, even as I beg HaShem to transform the Nation of the Jews into a truly Jewish Nation (to paraphrase Moshe Feiglin) as described by our holy prophets and teachers.

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