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Gellman, Marc


GELLMAN, Marc. American. Genres: Theology/Religion, Inspirational/Motivational Literature. Career: Reform rabbi and author of children's books. Beth Torah Synagogue, Melville, NY, rabbi; The God Squad (syndicated interfaith program), Faith & Values/VISN cable network, cohost, with Monsignor Thomas Hartman. Has made regular appearances on television and radio shows. Served on the faculty of Northwestern University and Hebrew Union College and as chair of the Medical Ethics Committee, UJA/Federation. Publications: FOR CHILDREN: Does God Have a Big Toe? Stories about Stories in the Bible, 1989; (with T. Hartman) Where Does God Live?, 1991; (with Hartman) How Do You Spell God? Answers to the Big Questions from Around the World, 1995; God's Mailbox: More Stories about Stories in the Bible, 1996; Always Wear Clean Underwear!: And Other Ways Parents Say I Love You, 1997. Contributor to books. Contributor of book reviews to periodicals. Address: Temple Beth Torah, 35 Bagatelle Rd., Melville, NY 11747, U.S.A.

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