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Divine Time: God’s Daily Schedule and Nightlife

Hosted By: Park Avenue Synagogue

During this pandemic, our sense of time and our daily routines have changed significantly. Have you wondered what God has been doing all day? In this lecture, explore rabbinic stories that imagine God’s daily schedule and nightlife. These narratives are playful and quirky, but beneath the whimsical surface, they address profound theological questions about how the ancient rabbis imagined the world to operate and how each of us ought to use our time. This event is in partnership with JTS@PAS.

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Dr. Sarit Kattan Gribetz

Dr. Sarit Kattan Gribetz is an Associate Professor of Classical Judaism in the Theology Department at Fordham University, a Faculty Fellow at the Jewish Theological Seminary, and a student in the Advanced Kollel at Yeshivat Maharat. Her first book, Time and Difference in Rabbinic Judaism (Princeton University Press) received the 2020 National Jewish Book Award in Scholarship.
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Park Avenue Synagogue

Through spirited prayer, study, observance and acts of kindness we aspire to foster deep connections with each other, our Torah, our God, the people and State of Israel and our shared humanity. In practicing a Judaism filled with love, literacy, reverence, compassion, and joy, we strive to make our ancient tradition compelling and welcoming to contemporary Jewry and to serve as a light unto our fellow Jews and the nations.
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