Each spring Christian ministers and lay leaders are invited to Temple de
Hirsch Sinai for a day of interreligious study and conversation,
co-sponsored by Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry.
This year, Senior Rabbi Daniel Weiner and the school’s Assistant Dean
Michael Trice have invited Rabbi Donniel Hartman, President of the
Shalom Hartman Institute in Israel to be the scholar-in-residence.
Hartman will also be a Faith and Values in the Public Square speaker at
SU, and is author of "The Boundaries of Judaism", co-editor of "Judaism
and the Challenges of Modern Life", as well as the co-author of "Spheres
of Jewish Identity", a model curriculum in Jewish philosophy for
secular Israeli schools.
Thursday, May 15 | 9:30am - 1:00pm | Temple De Hirsch Sinai
$10/person, including a continental breakfast and brown bag lunch
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