Faith & Values Lecture: Rabbi Donniel Hartman, 5/15

Written by Hannah Crivello
May 16, 2014

Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry presents the third annual "Faith & Values in the Public Square" lecture series. The series has brought some outstanding and provocative speakers to our community this year. The final speaker in our series is the renowned Jewish Scholar Rabbi Dr. Donniel Hartman, who will speak on "Putting God Second: How to Save Religion from Itself,"

Thursday, May 15th? |? 7:00pm
Town Hall Seattle

More info about the Series, here.

About Rabbi Hartman:
Rabbi Donniel Hartman, Shalom Hartman Institute President, and the Director of the Engaging Israel Project, has a doctorate in Jewish philosophy from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a Master of Arts in political philosophy from New York University, a Master of Arts in religion from Temple University, and Rabbinic ordination from the Shalom Hartman Institute. Donniel is the founder of some of the most extensive education, training and enrichment programs for scholars, educators and rabbis in Israel and North America. He is the author of The Boundaries of Judaism and the co-editor of Judaism and the Challenges of Modern Life, both published by Continuum Press. Donniel is the co-author of Spheres of Jewish Identity, a model curriculum in Jewish philosophy for secular Israeli high schools.