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Challenges of Faith in Our Time: Freedom-in-Covenenant: The Challenges of Faith and Autonomy

"Challenges of Faith in Our Time" offers the special opportunity to study with Rabbi Eugene B. Borowitz, Ph.D., and HUC-JIR scholars. In this session, Dr. Borowitz and Rabbi Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi, Ph.D., discuss "'Freedom-in-Covenant:' The Challenges of Faith and Autonomy."

Eugene B. Borowitz, Rabbi, D.H.L., Ed.D

Sigmund L. Falk Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Education and Jewish Religious Thought, HUC-JIR/New York

Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi, Rabbi, Ph.D.

National Director of Recruitment and Admissions; President's Scholar; Director, Office of Community Engagement, HUC-JIR/Cincinnati

Challenges of Faith in Our Time: Reform's Deep Historical Roots

"Challenges of Faith in Our Time" offers the special opportunity to study with Rabbi Eugene B. Borowitz, Ph.D., and HUC-JIR scholars. In this session, Dr. Borowitz and Rabbi Aaron D. Panken, Ph.D., discuss "Reform's Deep Historical Roots: Innovation and Change in Rabbinic Literature."

Eugene B. Borowitz, Rabbi, D.H.L., Ed.D

Sigmund L. Falk Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Education and Jewish Religious Thought, HUC-JIR/New York

Aaron D. Panken, Rabbi, Ph.D.

President; Assistant Professor of Rabbinic and Second Temple Literature, HUC-JIR/New York

Bully Pulpit: Torah with a Point of View

What's the bottom line? What does Judaism really expect of us at the end of the day? Rabbi Richard Levy argues: study, prayer, and good deeds. In that much, he follows the ancient rabbis. Here, he challenges us with his own take on what that means today.

Richard N. Levy, Rabbi

Rabbi of the Synagogue and Director of Spiritual Growth, HUC-JIR/Los Angeles