Join us for a wonderful weekend of learning, good food, warm camaraderie, and joyous celebration as we welcome this year’s Altshuler Scholar-in-Residence, Noam Zion. A renowned scholar and author, Noam Zion earned a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Columbia University, and his dissertation on Franz Rosenzweig was inspired by Professor Nahum Glatzer. A disciple of Rabbi David Hartman z”l, Noam has been a senior faculty member of the pluralist Shalom Hartman Institute of Jerusalem for 35 years. His myriad roles at the Hartman Institute include rabbinic enrichment seminars and the development of the “i Engage” curriculum on Israel.
Saturday, March 22 at 4 p.m.
“A Tale of Two Cities: Jerusalem and Washington, D.C. — How a Capital City Unites a People; Sacred Real Estate and Civil Religion.” Join us for Se’udah Shlishit (the third Shabbat meal) and Noam’s presentation. We will conclude our program with Havdalah.
Event Location: Temple Shalom
175 Temple Street, Newton, Massachusetts, 02465
175 Temple St
West Newton, MA 02465