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Saturday, February 13 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Theological Modesty: A Model for Intrafaith - and Interfaith - Dialogue and Understanding

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The 21st century challenges ALL people with faith-based traditions who seek paths of openness to pluralistic voices and streams of spirituality. "Theological Modesty", as a concept and an approach to Torah study, can enable us to find new ways to support a commitment to tolerance and respect. We will explore images, themes, and lessons that are both particularistic and global as we seek to lay the groundwork for all of us to more humbly approach our own beliefs, other people, and their beliefs.

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Bill Liss-Levinson

Bill Liss-Levinson, author of In Search of Theological Modesty: Biblical Lessons (2015), has been a popular presenter in recent years at Limmud NY, with sessions that ranged from text-based study to stand-up comedy. He is a healthcare publishing executive in New York. He has written and lectured extensively on topics in Jewish philosophy and theology, as well as on healthcare. Throughout his life, he has sought to understand the individual’s... Read More →

Saturday February 13, 2016 3:30pm - 4:45pm
High Ridge

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