Rabbi Jonathan’s Next Series Of Discussions On Rabbi Arthur Green’s “Judaism’s Ten Best Ideas”
Exploring Rabbi Arthur Green’s “Judaism’s Ten Best Ideas.” PART 2 (participation in part 1 is not required)
This book by renowned Rabbi and Jewish thinker, Arthur Green, posits the question, “In an age of fluid identity, many people are honestly asking the question “Why be Jewish?” What in this religious and ethnic legacy is worth preserving? Does Judaism have something unique to offer a contemporary seeker free to choose a way of life and a system of values?
Join Rabbi Jonathan Singer on Zoom for a lunch and learn as we explore Green’s very accessible thought about Jewish meaning today and see how this structure can support us in this time of fluidity. Link will be sent the week of the first class. This is a continuation of Rabbi Jonathan’s summer course but it is not necessary to have participated in part 1 to attend now.
You can purchase the book at Amazon: Judaism’s Ten Best Ideas: A Brief Guide for Seekers
This program is Free for Members and $36 for non-members.
Part 2 October 7 – November 4: Wednesdays from 12:00 – 1:00pm
- Teshuvah – October 7
- Torah – October 14
- Talmud Torah – October 21
- L’Hayyim – October 28
- Ehad – November 4
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