Faith and Doubt in Judaism and in the Modern World
Resources
Bird Tracks in the Sand
The Search for God in Contemporary Israeli Poetry
Sharon Cohen-Anisfeld
Can We Still Believe in A God of Love in a World of Suffering?
Rabbi Shai Held in Conversation with Professor Thomas Oord
Shai Held and Thomas Oord and Avi Killip
I Love You, Though I Don’t Know You
Opening Remarks Based on Shir Ha-kavod (Anim Zemirot)
Jason Rubenstein
“Awake, Why Sleepest Thou, O Lord?!”
Impassioned Protest in the Bible (In Commemoration of Kristallnacht)
Shai Held
"To This Day, I Sometimes Still Believe"
Faith and Doubt in Yehuda Amichai's Poetry
Wendy Zierler
Belief Based on Love, Not Certainty
The Timely Thought of Rabbi Hasdai Crescas (1340-1411)
Jason Rubenstein
God After Darwin
Belief, Non-Belief, and Modern Science
Shai Held and Michael Ruse
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Join us as we explore some of the most profound questions religious people face: What is faith? What is the place of doubt in religious life? What role should protest have in the face of injustice and unfairness? How have Jews traditionally wrestled with these questions, and how ought we to wrestle them now?

Sessions were recorded at our 2016 Rabbis' Yom Iyun on November 10, 2016 and during our 2016 Fall Lecture Series.

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