Shalom Hartman Focus with Rabbi Aaron Starr

July 3, 2020, 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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Rabbi Aaron Starr facilitates an engaging and thoughtful discussion on the Shalom Hartman sessions, The World Pursues its Natural Course: Rabbi David Hartman’s Theology of Divine Limitation and Human Responsibility with Rabbi Lauren Berkun, and  Intensive Beit Midrash – On Truth and Relationships in a Polarized Era with Dr. Elana Stein Hain. Join in the discussion with Rabbi Aaron Starr HERE.

To register for and attend the online sessions:

The World Pursues its Natural Course: Rabbi David Hartman’s Theology of Divine Limitation and Human Responsibility – Session 1 of 2 with Rabbi Lauren Berkun
Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 12:00 Noon
This seminar will introduce the core teachings of Rabbi David Hartman from his seminal work, A Living Covenant. Rabbi Hartman’s theology of Divine self-limitation and human responsibility presents a response crisis that is rooted in the innovative spirit of the Talmud. Join Rabbi Lauren Berkun for a close reading of some of the most important classical rabbinic sources that shaped Rabbi Hartman’s modern Jewish thought. https://summer.hartman.org.il/agenda/session/275807

Intensive Beit Midrash – On Truth and Relationships in a Polarized Era with Dr. Elana Stein Hain
Wednesday, July 1, 2020, 12:00 Noon
How do our different truths impact our ability to be in relationship with others? How do our relationships shape our understanding of truth? How do our relationships impact our ability to share inconvenient truths with one another? In this lecture, we will explore the contemporary relevance of these questions through the prism of rabbinic literature. Features close readings of classical texts. https://summer.hartman.org.il/agenda/session/275523

The World Pursues its Natural Course: Rabbi David Hartman’s Theology of Divine Limitation and Human Responsibility – Session 2 of 2 with Rabbi Lauren Berkun
Thursday, July 2, 2020, 12:00 Noon
This seminar will introduce the core teachings of Rabbi David Hartman from his seminal work, A Living Covenant. Rabbi Hartman’s theology of Divine self-limitation and human responsibility presents a response crisis that is rooted in the innovative spirit of the Talmud. Join Lauren Berkun for a close reading of some of the most important classical rabbinic sources that shaped Rabbi Hartman’s modern Jewish thought. https://summer.hartman.org.il/agenda/session/275808