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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Rosner’s Torah Talk: Parshat Noah with Rabbi Alexandra Wright

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Shmuel Rosneris an Israeli columnist, editor, and researcher. He is a contributing opinion writer for the International New York Times and is the political editor of the Jewish Journal.

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Shmuel Rosner
Shmuel Rosneris an Israeli columnist, editor, and researcher. He is a contributing opinion writer for the International New York Times and is the political editor of the Jewish Journal.

Rabbi Alexandra Wright, senior rabbi of The Liberal Jewish Synagogue (LJS) in London, Britain, was ordained at Leo Baeck College in 1986. In 2004 she made history by becoming Britain’s first ever female senior rabbi. She is active in the Council of Christians and Jews, has taught classical Hebrew at Leo Baeck College and, for five years, served as the North London Hospice’s Jewish chaplain on their multi-faith chaplaincy team.

The parsha we discuss is Noah, the second parsaha of the Torah. We talk about the flood, the animals that were punished along with the humans, and the protagonist – Noah.

 

 

Previous Talks on Noah

Rabbi Lucy Dinner

Rabbi Mishael Zion

Rabbi Sarah Hronsky

Rabbi Mosheh Lichtenstein

Rabbi Yona Berman

Rabbi Benjamin Sternman

 

 

 

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