The area premiere of a
provocative new film by native Detroiter Sarah
Yael Goldfein*: scholars, philosophers, theologians and Jews of all
ages and persuasions talk about how they see God (or not.) Following the
screening, a discussion over lunch led by Rabbi
Dr. Joe Kanofsky**.
8 Kislev 5768
The Community House
380 S. Bates St., in Downtown Birmingham
9:30 AM Registration, coffee
10:00 AM Meet Sarah Goldfein and view her film
12:00 Noon Lunch/Discussion (Elite Kosher Catering)
1:00 - 2:00 PM Wrap-up with Rabbi Kanofsky
$36 per person, or $60 for two
Advance registration required
Space is limited to 70 participants
(Proceeds are applied to the cost of the venue, live program and lunch.)
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Participants in the film include:
David Weiss Halivni
Ruth Gan Kagan
Zalman Schachter Shalomi
the late Sherwin Wine
and many others.
*Sarah Goldfein is a graduate of the
University of Michigan with High Distinction and Honors in Philosophy and
Jewish Studies. The production of WHO KNOWS ONE, as a 13-hour
educational DVD series, was made possible by a two-year Fellowship awarded
by the Jewish Future Foundation. This program is a summary of the entire
series. Sarah is currently a third-year student at Harvard Law School.
**Joe Kanofksy is a consultant with The
Centre for Enhancement of Jewish Education in Toronto. He was ordained at
the Rabbinical College of America, where he was also a Wexner Graduate
Fellow. He earned his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at Boston University
under Elie Wiesel and was an Andrew W. Mellon Teaching Fellow. Before
moving to Toronto, he was the director of the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation
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