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Torah & Tradition in an Age of Doubt

Jewish Literary Foundation presents Book Week 24

Sun 3 Mar
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Torah & Tradition in an Age of Doubt

Jewish Literary Foundation presents Book Week 24

Speaker Raphael Zarum
Chair Devorah Baum

Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum discusses his reasoned responses to some of Judaism’s most challenging questions of belief, science and ethics with writer Devorah Baum.


In these fast-changing, uncertain, and divided times, this new book from Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum is most welcome.

In Questioning Belief: Torah and Tradition in an Age of Doubt, runner-up in this year’s Yeshiva University’s Rabbi Sacks Book Prize, Zarum presents thorough, reasoned responses, based on Torah and tradition, to some of Judaism’s most challenging questions of belief, science and ethics.

The Dean of the London School of Jewish Studies (LSJS), where he holds the Rabbi Sacks Chair of Modern Jewish Thought, joins Devorah Baum, author of Feeling Jewish, in conversation.

Buy a copy of Questioning Belief: Torah and Tradition in an Age of Doubt.

This event will last approximately 1 hour, without an interval.


About the Speakers:

Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum is Dean of the London School of Jewish Studies (LSJS) and holds the Rabbi Sacks Chair of Modern Jewish Thought, established by the Zandan family.

Devorah Baum is the author of Feeling Jewish and The Jewish Joke: an essay with examples (less essay, more examples). With Josh Appignanesi she is co-director, producer and performer of the films The New Man and Husband, which investigate the intimate dynamics of the filmmakers’ own marriage. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Guardian, Tate Etc and the Financial Times. She is Associate Professor of English Literature at the University of Southampton.

Date:Sun 3 Mar
Start time:11am (Doors: 10.30am)
Venue:Hall Two
Price:£16.50
+ 10% booking fee.

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