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Rabbi Adler learned in the Telz Yeshiva of Chicago, and then studied in Israel under the tutelage of the great Gadol Harav Tzvi Kushelevsky shlita, rosh yeshiva of Heichal Hatorah in Jerusalem's Har Nof neighborhood.
In 2000 he moved to Detroit where he worked as the Executive Director for Yeshivas Darchei Torah.
Public Torah Teaching
Following this stint, Rabbi Adler began to formally be marbitz Torah (disseminate Torah to the masses) with his weekly Parsha sheets that are distributed in many shuls and kollels in the greater Detroit Orthodox Jewish community. His famous "Shabbos Taam Hachaim" (שבת טעם החיים) (Shabbos – the taste of life) has a wide global readership, as it gets emailed every Friday to many hundreds of readers.
In addition to the Shabbos page, Rabbi Adler uses his talent to pen the weekly Doresh Tov (דורש טוב) blog (The name "Doresh Tov" originally refers to Mordechai Hatzaddik, who is a direct descendant of Binyomin Ben Yaakov, Rabbi Adler's namesake), which contains thoughts on the weekly parsha and/or inyoni d'yuma (current events in the Jewish calendar).
These blogs were all augmented by Hakosev, Adler's umbrella writing organization.
In 2012 Rabbi Adler opened up Detroit's Maor Torah Center, where he teaches and lectures to members of that community. The Center was located at the Dovid Ben Nuchim shul on Lincoln Rd. in Oak Park, MI.
Sefer Poroshas Hakesef came out in 2005 in Detroit. This sefer explored the holiday of Purim and led the reader on a journey of the essence of the Megillah. (Both these seforim were published by Machon Metzger / Sifrei Ayin Tova of the USA/Israel.)