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Foundations of a Thoughtful Judaism Taught by Rabbi K’vod Wieder

Tuesdays at 7 pm Online

Part I: November 9, 16, 23
Part II: March 8, 15, 22, 29 2022

Foundations of  Thoughtful Judaism is a new curriculum created by the Shalom Hartman Institute to explore and make accessible the most compelling and deepest questions in Jewish thought as well as demonstrating the principles and debates that underlie our Jewish heritage.

 

“Peoplehood” is one of four modules that explores questions related to the collective experience of Jewish life: 

  • What does it mean to be part of Jewish community? How does one enter? 
  • What is the purpose of community? 
  • To what extent can communities and even the Jewish People hold diversity and shared values at the same time? 
  • What does Jewish peoplehood entail today when the centers of Jewish life, North America and Israel, are so different and independent from one another? 

 

Part I: Understanding Jewish Peoplehood

● November 9: Being and Becoming 

● November 16: Peoplehood in the Hierarchy of Values 

● November 23: Particularism and Universalism 

 

Part II: Belonging To The Jewish People

● March 8, 2022: Multiple Entrances/Multiple Belongings 

● March 15: The Jewish People as a Tribal Family

● March 22: Navigating Divisive Communities 

● March 29: What Members of a People Owe Each Other

Click the button below to register for Part I

 

Tue, October 19 2021 13 Cheshvan 5782