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The Old Made New and the New Made Holy: Leading Scholars & Thinkers​​​ Reflect on a Century of Jewish Experience

Hosted By: Hebrew College

Reflect on a century of Jewish experience and explore the challenges that lie ahead with nine Jewish leaders and thinkers from across North America and Israel.

In honor of Hebrew College’s centennial, Hebrew College Adult Learning is offering a special monthly community learning course with Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld (Hebrew College),Rabbi Angela Buchdahl (Central Synagogue, NY), Rabbi David Ellenson (HUC-JIR), Rabbi Arthur Green (Hebrew College), Rabbi Shai Held (Hadar), Rabbi Benay Lappe (SVARA: A Traditionally Radical Yeshiva), Jonathan Sarna, PhD (Brandeis University). In a moment when issues of Jewish identity and particularism grow ever more complex, join us to explore the ways in which Judaism has responded and continues to respond to communal and existential challenges.

This event is sliding scale, but $350 for the full series.

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Hebrew College

Hebrew College is an innovative national institute for Jewish learning and leadership based in Newton, Massachusetts. We are dedicated to Jewish literacy, creativity, and community, and a world of dignity and compassion for all. Our students are future rabbis, cantors, and educators, and people at every stage of life who love to learn. Together, we are infusing Jewish life with substance, spirit, beauty, imagination, and a sense of purpose.
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