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Lunch and Learn (2019-2020)

How Jewish Philosophy Can Change Your Life!

Sessions:

  1. Asking the Right Questions (Baruch Spinoza) November 4
  2. How to Fit into America While Retaining our Judaism? (Moses Mendelssohn) Nov. 18
  3. How Do We Make God Real in Our Life? (Martin Buber) December 2
  4. Are We Living our Resume or our Eulogy? (Joseph B. Soloveitchik) Dec. 16
  5. How Can We Learn to Stop Time and Be Amazed Again at Life? (Abraham Joshua Heschel) Jan. 13
  6. How Do We Confront Our Inner Demons? (The Baal Shem Tov) Jan. 27
  7. How Do We Become a Better Version of Ourselves? (Israel Salanter) Feb. 10
  8. How Do Remain Human in A Nightmare? (Leo Baeck) Feb. 24
  9. Can God be Non-Gendered? (Marcia Falk) March 16
  10. How Can I Still Believe in God? (Franz Rosenzweig) March 30
  11. What About God as the Force in Star Wars? (Mordecai Kaplan) April 13
  12. What does Judaism Teach About The Feminine Divine? (Judith Plaskow) Apr. 27
  13. Where Was God in the Hurricane? (Harold Schulweis) June 1

 

 

 

All classes taught by Rabbi Goldberg in Room 8 from noon to one p.m. Please bring your lunch!

 

One Book, One CBSW

 

One Book/One CBSW:

Antisemitism: Here and Now by Deborah Lipstadt

 

In addition to discussing the book we will focus on the following topics:

 

 

  1. Ancient Sources of Antisemitism Nov. 12
  2. Christian Antisemitism Dec. 10
  3. Muslim Antisemitism January 21
  4. Twentieth Century Antisemitism: Left-Wing and Right-Wing March 24
  5. Antisemitism and Anti-Zionism April 21
  6. Antisemitism and self-hatred May 19

 

 

All classes taught by Rabbi Goldberg @ 7 p.m.

 

 

Wed, July 8 2020 16 Tammuz 5780