Standing Again at Sinai R.S.V.P.

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Evening Schedule

8-8:30 pm: Reception and welcome in Warburg Lounge


8:30-9:20 pm: Learning Session 1

  • 20th Century Orthodox Thinkers Who Shaped Judaism Today – Rabbi Elie Weinstock, Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun
  • What does Judaism Have to Say About Tatoos, Gambling, and Shabbat in Space? – Rabbi Joel Mosbacher, Temple Shaaray Tefila
  • Alone Atop the Mountain: The Meaning of Memory From Moses to Our Loved Ones to Us – Rabbi David Gelfand, Temple Israel
  • What Alexander the Great did for Us – Rabbi Peter J Rubinstein, 92Y

9:30-10:20 pm: Learning Session 2

  • Conflicting Loyalties in 1865: Reconciling Judaism and Americanism – Rabbi Ari Lorge, Central Synagogue
  • The Jewish Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A (very) brief – and at times contradictory – manual of essential "musts" to navigate the cosmos as a Jew and survive – Rabbi Beni Wajnberg, Temple Shaaray Tefila
  • RUTH: First Convert, First Feminist, First of Many! – Cantor Irena Altshul, Temple Israel

10:30-11:20 pm: Learning Session 3

  • “The Mitzvah of Rebuke: When and How Must We ‘Admonish our Neighbors’” – Rabbi Nicole Auerbach, Central Synagogue
  • Where Did that Alef Go?! The Case of a Torah With a Missing Letter – Rabbi Scott Bolton, Congregation Or Zarua
  • The (Jewish) American Sound: A text and musical journey from European Antisemitism of Wagner to Gershwin, Copland & Jewish builders of American Nationalist music – Rabbi Jim Stoloff, Temple Israel