Gidon Rothstein received his rabbinic ordination from Yeshiva University (1991), and his Ph.D. in Medieval Jewish History from Harvard (2003). He has served as a synagogue rabbi, a high school rebbe, and an adult educator. He is the author of We’re Missing the Point: What’s Wrong with the Orthodox Jewish Community and How to Fix it (2012), and Murder in the Mikdash (2005). He has also been Blogging R. Lichtenstein, which can be seen at torahmusings.com. He lives in Riverdale, with his wife Elizabeth Holland, a patent litigator, and their three children.