Whose Life Is More Important? A Midrashic Discussion Starring Nate The Snake

September 19, 2020, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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A Rosh Hashanah Teen Talk with Ari Reis, for students in grades 8-12.

One of the most important teachings of Judaism is that every human being was created in the image of God, and that each human life is capable of creating a greater world. But what happens when we are faced with life and death decisions and we have to put these important Torah teachings in to action?

Join CSZ’s Director of Youth and Family Learning, Ari Reis, as he discusses the fun, modern midrash of a snake named Nate, talks about what some of our most famous Rabbis and Jewish thinkers say about the value of life, and explores how teens can apply these concepts of Pikuach Nefesh (preserving life) in the era of COVID-19.

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