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Jewish Tales & Parables

Hosted By: Jewish Center of the Hamptons

What’s the best way to discuss taboo topics and complex theological and ideological ideas? Tell a story! Join to learn about of the best Jewish stories ever told, and analyze the subnaratives that they tell. Look at the art of midrash, hassidic tales, and parables that convey some of the most compelling ideas about life and Jewish thought.

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Rabbi Joshua Franklin

Rabbi Joshua Franklin joins the Jewish Center of the Hamptons after serving for four years as an Associate Rabbi at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, MA. In his career as a rabbi, he has enlivened the Jewish community by reimagining spirituality through creative mediums. Rabbi Franklin brings to the synagogue setting a passion for music, technology, and creative forms of Jewish education. In addition to rabbinical ordination at HUC-JIR, he earned Masters Degrees in Hebrew Literature and in Religious Education.
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Jewish Center of the Hamptons

Jewish Center of the Hamptons is a post-denominational synagogue serving as the Jewish spiritual and cultural oasis on the East End of Long Island, in Manhattan, and beyond.
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