Rabbi Tatz gives lectures to Jewish student groups and organisations across the UK, including an annual medical ethics lecture at Rabbi Dr. He graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand Medical School, graduating with distinction in surgery. Louis, Missouri as an American Field Service Scholar and subsequently returned there for elective work in internal medicine at Washington University.
He then served as a medical officer in the South African Defense Forces and served in the Angolan Bush War.
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He currently lives in London, where he lectures on Jewish thought and medical ethics for the Jewish learning exchange of Ohr Somayach.
Akiva Tatz, author of Living Inspired, Worldmask, The Thinking Jewish Teenager's Guide to Life, Letters to a Buddhist Jew, & a renowned educator & lecturer, has inspired Jews from all over with his bestselling books & worldwide lectures.
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Zoketsu Norman Fischer, former abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center and founder of and teacher at the Everyday Zen Foundation, describes Tatz's work, Letters to a Buddhist Jew, as "a fascinating book - the most serious contribution in this field to date.He is ready to get married, and is getting a bit impatient with me. Something is holding me back, and I can’t put my finger on it. He then served as a medical officer in the South African Defense Forces and served in the Angolan Bush War.Rabbi Tatz founded the Jerusalem Medical Ethics Forum, of which he is Director, for the purpose of teaching and promoting knowledge of Jewish medical ethics internationally.He has written many highly acclaimed works on the deeper aspects of Judaism, some of which have been translated into Russian, French, Spanish and Portuguese, as well as a recent books on Jewish Medical ethics and Free Will & Destiny.