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Agustin Marcoff

Country: Argentina

Religious affiliation: Judaism

"As his heart was his mouth" Rashi on Genesis 25:27

Rabbinical Student, Marshall T. Meyer Latin American Rabbinical Seminary, Argentina

Agustin Marcoff is a Rabbinical student at the Marshall T. Meyer Latin American Rabbinical Seminary in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He spent the last 13 years serving several communities in Argentina, especially with youth movements. He is currently doing a Bachelor's in Human Resources at Online University of Mexico (UTEL).

For Agustin, Judaism is a religion based on making great questions more than some answers. He sees Judaism as a way to generate a more inclusive and diverse world, thinking Interfaith Dialogue as part of the Rabbi's teachings.

For the last three years, he coordinated the regional Interfaith Task Force in La Plata, Argentina. Between 2020 and 2021, he created an Online Yeshiva called "Lilmod uLelamed" with two other Rabbi students, seeking to generate a free space of Jewish formation, both for Jews and non-Jews, which was also a space of social support in times of pandemic.

He loves to teach Talmud and Jewish Philosophy, and sharing great experiences with others. He also loves cooking, playing the guitar, and watching his football team matches.