Led By Rabbi Deborah Zuker & Rabbi Eytan Kenter
Debates—philosophical, spiritual, ethical, and cultural—are at the heart of Judaism and Jewish life. Join us for this unique opportunity to explore how these debates have been manifested over the course of Jewish history, and to discuss their continued resonance for contemporary Jewish life. Tuesday evenings in-person for 4 weeks – May 17 to June 7
$15/Session (Dinner is included and catered by A Dashing Pinch)
Dinner 6:00-6:30 PM (immediately following minyan)
Session 6:30-8:00 PM
May 17 (Rabbi Zuker) What Defines Our Relationship with God? A Tale of Two Covenants.
Dinner - Chana Masala
May 24 (Rabbi Kenter) Is Judaism a Religion of the Heart or the Mind—and Who Decides? Hasidism and its opponents.
Dinner - Poke bowl
May 31 (Rabbi Zuker) What Do We Mean by Jewish Continuity? The Legacy of “Be Fruitful and Multiply”.
Dinner - Pizza
June 7 (Rabbi Kenter) How Much Should Tragedy Define Us? The Holocaust in Contemporary Jewish Life.
Dinner - Cheesy Pesto Pasta
For more details and to register: www.kehillatbethisrael.com/beyond-dispute-2022