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Sunday, March 6 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Jews: The Remake

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Throughout history, the Jewish people have confronted many grave challenges. In each instance, the Jewish response has been wildly inventive, versatile and robust. In response to each challenge, Jewish practice, belief and sense of self and nation were utterly transformed. And yet, Jewish tradition perceives itself as a continuous, uninterrupted chain extending back to Abraham and Moses.

Though Jewish people continue to honour and venerate Moses, their tablet of choice today is an iPad. The present moment in Jewish history is one of tremendous challenge and change. The crisis is profound. The radical break has broken. And most importantly, the remake is live, wireless and extraordinary.


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Dan Mendelsohn Aviv

Dan Mendelsohn Aviv has been engaged in Jewish learning as an educator, lecturer, professor, published scholar and author for almost 25 years. He hosts TanakhCast, a biweekly podcast about the Tanakh, authored End Of The Jews: Radical Breaks, Remakes and What Comes Next and casually maintains a blog at thenextjew.com. Most of all, he is proud of his darling children Maayan, Heala and Tal.


Sunday March 6, 2016 5:00pm - 5:50pm
S3/S4

Attendees (30)