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Rabbi Isaak’s Emeritus Class: One People, Two Worlds
Thursday, January 2 | 9:45 am - 10:45 am
An event every week that begins at 9:45 am on Thursday, repeating until January 16, 2020
Does God exist? Did Moses actually lead the children of Israel from Egyptian bondage to the Promised Land? Does it matter whether I keep Kosher or not? I belong to a Conservative synagogue, but am I a Conservative Jew (religiously speaking)? Explore these and a myriad other issues as we read and discuss the book One People, Two Worlds, a fascinating confrontation between a Reform and Orthodox rabbi. What divides them? Where do they agree? Where do you stand? Cost is $36 and includes the book.
Classes meet in the Stampfer Chapel. All proceeds from these courses support the Feldstein Library.
Early registration is encouraged, classes fill up fast. RSVP:
503.246.8831 or firstname.lastname@example.org.