Share in the learning of "Mining the Jewish Tradition for its Healing Wisdom"

Tuesday, July 1, 2003

The HUC-JIR Kalsman Institute on Judaism and Health and Temple Chai of Phoenix hosted this international conference in May for nearly 300 rabbis, physicians, nurses, cantors, educators, artists, mental-health professional, and lay people interested in the health-related text and resources Judaism has to offer. Click below to see video and read text of keynote speeches by Rabbi Elliot Dorff - "Mishneh Ha-Briyyot: A New Jewish Approach to Disabilities," Dr. Tamara Cohn Eskenazi - "Biblical Reflections on Holiness, Health and Hope," Dr. Arnie Eisen - "Choose Life: American Jews and the Quest for Healing," and Dr. Arthur Green - "Healing the Self, Healing the Cosmos: Reflections in the Neo-Hasidic Spirit".

http://www.huc.edu/kalsman (defunct)


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