September 08, 2022 Dancing in God’s Earthquake: An Evening with Rabbi Arthur Waskow


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  • location Hebrew College & Zoom
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  • organizer Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College
  • email advancement@hebrewcollege.edu
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dancing_god's_earthquake_bookcoverPlease join us for a book launch and conversation with Rabbi Arthur Waskow and Rabbi Or Rose, the director of the Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College, on September 8, 2022 in person at Hebrew College (space is limited) or on Zoom.

The evening will include a discussion about Rabbi Waskow’s 2020 book Dancing in God’s Earthquake: The Coming Transformation of Religion.


Biographies

Rabbi Arthur WaskowRabbi Arthur Waskow, is a prophetic rabbi who has for fifty years worked to promote a progressive spirit of renewal that connects Jews, Christians, and people of other faiths. He will be in conversation withRabbi Or Rose about his latest book which he refers to as the “harvest of his life work,” Dancing in God’s Earthquake: The Coming Transformation of Religion. Rabbi Waskow founded (1983) and directs The Shalom Center, a prophetic voice in Jewish, multireligious, and American life. He co-founded Shalomi ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal with Reb Zalman Schachter and was also a co-founder of the National Havurah Committee and Rabbis for Human Rights/ North America (now T’ruah). Among his 28 books have been the original Freedom Seder and several of its offspring, Seasons of Our Joy, Godwrestling and Godwrestling – Round 2.


Rabbi Or RoseRabbi Or Rose is the founding director of the Betty Ann Greenbaum Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College. Before assuming this position in 2016, he worked in various administrative and teaching capacities at Hebrew College for over a decade, including serving as a founding faculty member and Associate Dean of the Rabbinical School. He also has taught for the Bronfman Youth Fellowships, The Wexner Graduate Fellowship, Hebrew College Me’ah community eduction program, and in a variety of other academic, religious, and civic contexts throughout North America and in Israel. His recent publications include: Words To Live By: Sacred Sources for Interreligious Engagement (co-editor, Orbis) and Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi: Essential Teachings (co-editor, Orbis).


Covid Protocols

All attendees must show proof of vaccination (including all boosters, if qualified) to enter the program. The event will be masked and held in a large space with plenty of social distancing. We invite people from all over the country and beyond to join us on Zoom.


Questions

Please contact Marilyn Stern at mstern@hebrewcollege.edu.

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