Dissent and Dialogue: On Buber, Faith and Jewish Identity
Thu | Oct 24 | 7:30 pm | PAS@87th
Rabbi Cosgrove and Dr. Paul Mendes-Flohr
What is the meaning of our existence? How can we achieve connection with others? How do we find our way to God? Theologian and philosopher Martin Buber asked these questions over the course of his life, and his works continue to inspire conversation today. We will explore the extraordinary life of Martin Buber, his struggles with these essential topics, and his legacy as a seminal modern Jewish thinker.
This program is a part of our Reading Jewish Lives series, and we are proud to present the New York book launch of Martin Buber: A Life of Faith and Dissent by Dr. Paul Mendes-Flohr, who also served as Rabbi Cosgrove’s doctoral thesis advisor.
Cost: Free. Registration requested by Thu, Oct 17.
Purchase the Book: Books are available for purchase here. Enter code BUBERCLUB for 50% off + free shipping.
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