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Monday, February 17 • 9:45am - 11:00am
Limmud Chavruta: Individual vs. Community

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In this interactive session, we will explore, debate and discuss the Jewish perspective on the individual vs. community. Is prayer essentially individual? Why go to synagogue? How does prayer unite or divide the Jewish people? 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.

Monday February 17, 2014 9:45am - 11:00am

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