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Monday, March 8, 2021

Rosner’s Torah Talk: Parshat Chayei Sarah with Rabbi Harry Rosenfeld

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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 Harry L. Rosenfeld became Rabbi of Congregation Albert in Albuquerque NM on July 2011. He was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, where members of his congregation stepped in and helped raise him after the death of his mother. Throughout his career he has worked to create such caring communities wherever he has served as the Rabbi.

Our conversation focuses on the main characters we meet in Chayei Sarah, from foremothers Sarah and Rebecca to forefathers Abraham and Isaac.

 

 

Previous Torah Talks on this parsha:

Rabbi James Gibson

Rabbi Ranon Teller

Rabbi Alan Henkin

Rabbi Wendi Geffen

Rabbi Deborah Bravo

Rabbi Ari Hart

 

 

 

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