David Arnow, Ph.D. is a psychologist and a scholar of the festival of Passover. He graduated from Brandeis University and earned his doctorate at Boston University in 1982.

He is the author Creating Lively Passover Seders: A Sourcebook of Tales, Texts & Activities, co-editor of My People’s Passover Haggadah, a contributing scholar to Exodus Conversations ~ How the Story of the Exodus Speaks to Jews, Christians, and Muslims: An Interfaith Commentary and Passover Haggadah, co-author of Leadership in the Bible: A Practical Guide for Today and most recently author of Choosing Hope: The Heritage of Judaism.

A writer with decades of leadership experience in the non-profit sector, his many articles on issues of Jewish interest have appeared in Reform Judaism, Conservative Judaism, Judaism, The Journal of Jewish Communal Service, Contemporary Judaism, Moment Magazine, Tikkun, The Journal of Israeli History, Reform Jewish Quarterly, Zeramim, and numerous Jewish newspapers. David’s academic articles in the fields of Jewish studies and psychology can be fully accessed at Research Gate.

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