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The Writings and Philosophy of Rabbi Sacks

Hosted By: Pardes

Rabbi Sacks passed away just a few months ago. We will engage with some of his central writings and the novel ideas and themes which animate his books.

This is a 7-week course that meets on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. Israel Time/ 4 a.m. Eastern Time.

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Teacher

Rabbi Alex Israel

Rabbi Alex Israel is an author, Tanakh teacher and international lecturer. He is a beloved teacher at Yeshivat Eretz Hatzvi, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and is Director of the Community Education Program, Summer Program and Online learning at the Pardes Institute. Born and raised in London, Rabbi Israel moved to Israel in 1991 and gained rabbinic ordination from the Israeli Chief Rabbinate following several years of study at Yeshivat Har Etzion. Rabbi Israel holds degrees from London School of Economics, the Institute of Education, London, and Bar Ilan University. His books, "I Kings - Torn in Two"(2013) and "II Kings: In a Whirlwind"(2015) have been received with great acclaim by teachers and laypeople. Rabbi Israel has lectured widely at campuses and communities on five continents. He lives in Alon Shevut, Gush Etzion, with his wife Aliza, and their four wonderful children.
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Pardes is a Jewish learning community based in Jerusalem, with programs and events worldwide.
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