A hybrid event (in-person and virtual) by Rabbi David Kasher
ABOUT THE EVENT:
Rabbinic Judaism emerged like a phoenix out of the ashes of the destruction of the Great Temple in Jerusalem. The rabbis proposed that the new center of Jewish life could be located not in a building, but in a book. But in order to make such a bold move, they had to develop a dynamic new way of reading that book. And to do that, they would need a whole new theology.