Two Jews, three opinions. From our earliest days our people have loved to argue with one another, sharing our thoughts and expressing our values in dialogue and debate. The rabbis of the Talmud created the idea of the Mahloket, the constructive disagreement, as a model for how we can our deepen our understanding of the world- and preserve our relationships- through discussion and debate.
Join Rabbi Greg Weisman, who recently completed the Mahloket Matters fellowship with the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, for this four-part study of how to disagree agreeably!
Join us in person at the Schaefer Family Campus or online.