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Jehon Grist—Reading the Bible: In the Beginning…Biblical and Other Creation Stories

For millennia, we humans have wanted to know how it all began, and why. Within the tradition of the Western world, we need to go back to its earliest civilizations to find the foundations of our own notions of creation....

Jehon Grist—Reading the Bible: In the Beginning…Biblical and Other Creation Stories

For millennia, we humans have wanted to know how it all began, and why. Within the tradition of the Western world, we need to go back to its earliest civilizations to find the foundations of our own notions of creation....

Jehon Grist—Reading the Bible: In the Beginning…Biblical and Other Creation Stories

For millennia, we humans have wanted to know how it all began, and why. Within the tradition of the Western world, we need to go back to its earliest civilizations to find the foundations of our own notions of creation....

Rabbi Yoel Kahn: The World of Midrash (In Person Only)

Congregation Beth El, Berkeley 1301 Oxford St., Berkeley, CA, United States

in partnership with Congregation Beth El, Berkeley A midrash is “a story about a story in the Torah” (or the Tanakh). One of the oldest forms of Jewish commentary, midrash moves beyond the “literal” of any passage to imaginative and...

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Date:
March 18
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7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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$48.00
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Congregation Beth El, Berkeley
1301 Oxford St.
Berkeley, CA 94709 United States
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Rabbi Yoel Kahn: The World of Midrash (In Person Only)

Congregation Beth El, Berkeley 1301 Oxford St., Berkeley, CA, United States

in partnership with Congregation Beth El, Berkeley A midrash is “a story about a story in the Torah” (or the Tanakh). One of the oldest forms of Jewish commentary, midrash moves beyond the “literal” of any passage to imaginative and...

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Katrin Kogman-Appel—The Kennicott Bible: A Masterpiece of Jewish Book Art (Zoom only)

The Kennicott Bible is one of the most celebrated illuminated Hebrew Bibles that survives today, delighting readers since its completion in 1476. Originating from La Coruña in northern Spain, it features lavish carpet pages, gold leaf silhouettes, and abundant marginal...

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Date:
March 31
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11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Jehon Grist—Reading the Bible: In the Beginning…Biblical and Other Creation Stories

For millennia, we humans have wanted to know how it all began, and why. Within the tradition of the Western world, we need to go back to its earliest civilizations to find the foundations of our own notions of creation....

Rabbi Yoel Kahn: The World of Midrash (In Person Only)

Congregation Beth El, Berkeley 1301 Oxford St., Berkeley, CA, United States

in partnership with Congregation Beth El, Berkeley A midrash is “a story about a story in the Torah” (or the Tanakh). One of the oldest forms of Jewish commentary, midrash moves beyond the “literal” of any passage to imaginative and...

Rabbi Sheldon Lewis—The Ground on Which We Stand: Jewish Values Summoning Us to Care for Our Only Home (on Zoom)

In partnership with Congregation Kol Emeth and Congregation Beth Am Explicitly and implicitly, Torah texts point to the idea that we are stewards of a planet to which we never gain title. Surprisingly visionary obligations follow to treat this earth...

Rabbi Yoel Kahn: The World of Midrash (In Person Only)

Congregation Beth El, Berkeley 1301 Oxford St., Berkeley, CA, United States

in partnership with Congregation Beth El, Berkeley A midrash is “a story about a story in the Torah” (or the Tanakh). One of the oldest forms of Jewish commentary, midrash moves beyond the “literal” of any passage to imaginative and...

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