Learning to Love Difference: The Past, Present and Future of the Jewish People and the Human Race
A history laden with pain and exaltation; a resilient people with inherent providence for survival-often esteemed, often scorned. What is it about the Jewish people, their communal attitudes, identity, culture, faith and experiences that has peaked non-Jewish curiosity and kept Jews in major newsfeeds over the decades? Why is anti-Semitism now on the rise, and how do Jews face these vicious attacks on their identity, rights and beliefs?
Join esteemed Rabbi Daniel Greyber of Beth El Synagogue in Durham and author of "Faith Unravels: A Rabbi's Struggle With Grief and God" as he addresses what was, is and may lie ahead for those inside and outside of the Jewish community, how it impacts our collective future, and why we all should care.