Thoughts on tradition from non-traditional thinkers
How did some of the great non-traditional Jewish thinkers of the 20th and 21st centuries understand Judaism? What are their views on the global role of Jews, the land of Israel and Jewish faith after the Holocaust? We will explore the fascinating and radical Jewish ideas of these world-class polymaths and how they can help us live as Jews today.
31 Oct/1 Nov
Isaiah Berlin: intellect, diplomat and liberal Zionist
George Steiner: the miracle of the wondering Jew
Erich Fromm: to have and to be
Martin Buber: deepening relationships with God
Cynthia Ozick: Jew and Gentile, God and Humanity
Emil Fackenheim: the 614th commandment
Bernard Henri Levy: Nineveh – how to approach the other
Pre-book for this 7 week series by clicking ADD TO BASKET. Pay at the door per session £12 (concession £10).