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Saturday, February 15 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Limmud Chavruta: Requests and Repentance

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In this interactive session, we will explore, debate and discuss the Jewish perspective on requests and repentance. What should/shouldn't we ask for? Is a bad apology better than none? Does prayer actually work? Does repentance? Ancient sources, modern scholarship, song lyrics and more will be used. Everyone is welcome; prior knowledge of Jewish texts or Hebrew is not required. Part of the new Limmud Chavruta series on the theme of Prayer. Come to one session; or even better, come to all four!

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Mikhael Reuven

Graduate Student, Brandeis University
Mikhael Reuven is a graduate student in the Hornstein Program at Brandeis University, studying Near Eastern & Judaic Studies and Jewish Professional Leadership. He holds a degree in Philosophy & Mathematics from the University of Cambridge and is an alumnus of the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Mikhael is a former co-chair of the Limmud Chavruta Project and currently co-chairs the Limmud Publications team.


Saturday February 15, 2014 10:00am - 11:15am
Glenbrook

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