Rabbi Fine has written for a variety of different print and online publications including The Foward, JUF News, and most notably the Jewish Journal. He is currently working on his first book entitled The 36.

5 Steps and an Unlikely Outsider Can ‘Save’ Conservative Judaism

Why Are So Many Rabbis Fleeing the Pulpit?


Recent articles on the Jewish Journal

Rabbi Fine has had a relationship with the Jewish Journal since 2010. It began with the Jewish Journal publishing articles from The Great Rabbino and occasionally exclusive sports material. In 2013, Rabbi Fine began writing a blog entitled Beyond the Bimah. This blog looks at issues from a Rabbi’s perspective that are rarely discussed on the Bimah. Many of the archived articles were lost when the Jewish Journal switched web providers.

There is My Rabbi

Stuck in the Middle


 Originally another location to host The Great Rabbino blog, Rabbi Fine frequently covers other Jewish stories for JUF News and Oy! Chicago. It is a great way for him to stay connected to his hometown and contribute to a site that engages young professionals.

Investing in Your Jewish Past

Jewish Athletes that Cheated, and Why this Rabbi Forgives Them

When Rabbi Fine and his family moved to Minnesota in the summer of 2012, he immediately connected with Rabbi Fine began a new column called Pop Parsha. Pop Parsha tackled the weekly parsha infusing it with a pop culture topic. Rabbi Fine is also a featured writer on other issues facing the Twin Cities Jewish Community and the Jewish World at large.

Digging Through the Stones of Jewish Day School

The Koufax Midrash

My Daughter Doesn’t Know it Yet…

Towards the end of CJ Voices Rabbi became a featured writer with a column called “Medium to Millennials.” Unfortunately, the magazine folded in 2016 but you can still find a few of Rabbi Fine’s articles online.

The Blockbuster Synagogue