Our annual Kallah, a weekend of prayer, study, and fellowship, will be held on March 28-30, 2014. Our scholar in residence will be Rabbi Arthur Green, Professor of Philosophy and Religion, and Rector, at Hebrew College, speaking on the theme of his book, “Radical Judaism.” He will give 3 lectures. The first, “Thinking Again about God,” is during the Friday evening Shabbat service (7:30 pm); the service is followed by an Oneg Shabbat and Q&A session. During the Saturday service (9:00 a.m.) he will speak on “Thinking Again about the Torah,” followed by a Shabbat luncheon. Following a continental breakfast (10 a.m Sunday), he will speak on “A Jewish Creation Theology for the 21st Century.” At the Sunday event he will answer questiona and autograph his books which will be available for sale. All events are free; reservations are required for the Shabbat lunch. Rabbi Green posits that a neo mystical perspective can help us to rethink such concepts as God, the origins and meaning of existence, human nature and revelation to construct a new Judaism for the 21st century. The Reyim Kallah is open to all. For more information see http://www.reyim.org/index.php/this-months-bulletin.
Event Location: Temple Reyim
1860 Washington St., Newton, Massachusetts, 02466