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    January 2019

    Disaster and Restoration—Rabbinic Responses When the World Falls Apart

    January 22 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    In the wake of the destruction of the Second Temple, the early rabbis grappled with human potential in the face of uncertainty. Join Rabbi Spratt for a three-session intensive as we dive into close reading of Talmudic texts and explore the radical rabbinic responses to disaster and difficulty. We’ll explore in an intimate setting in a congregant’s home; space is limited. These sessions do not require any prior experience with Talmudic study.   This class is full, and no longer…

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    Disaster and Restoration—Rabbinic Responses When the World Falls Apart

    January 29 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    In the wake of the destruction of the Second Temple, the early rabbis grappled with human potential in the face of uncertainty. Join Rabbi Spratt for a three-session intensive as we dive into close reading of Talmudic texts and explore the radical rabbinic responses to disaster and difficulty. We’ll explore in an intimate setting in a congregant’s home; space is limited. These sessions do not require any prior experience with Talmudic study.   This class is full, and no longer…

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    February 2019

    Disaster and Restoration—Rabbinic Responses When the World Falls Apart

    February 5 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    In the wake of the destruction of the Second Temple, the early rabbis grappled with human potential in the face of uncertainty. Join Rabbi Spratt for a three-session intensive as we dive into close reading of Talmudic texts and explore the radical rabbinic responses to disaster and difficulty. We’ll explore in an intimate setting in a congregant’s home; space is limited. These sessions do not require any prior experience with Talmudic study.   This class is full, and no longer…

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