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March 05, 1993 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-05

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no need for Jewish-sponsored
institutions. 'Why have a
Jewish home for the elderly
or a Jewish library?' they'll
ask. 'I'm not making use of
them.'
"We are destroying our-
selves as a people. And some
will ask, 'Why not?' What is
the answer to the question,
`Why be Jewish?'
"I did a great deal of in-
trospection and concluded
that I do have faith. I con-
cluded that I believe, and the
rest is all just logically con-
sistent with that — not nec-
essarily rational, but
consistent.
`Those looking to find faith
can start in the library — read
about Judaism, or take a
class which enables them to
have a more sophisticated
understanding of their her-
itage." ❑

Passover Series
To Start At Hillel

of Bratslav and Rabbi
Abraham Joshua Heschel.
Also being offered is a
Jewish art history course,
"The Hebrew Illuminated
Manuscript," taught by Sybil
Mintz, instructor in art
history at Wayne State
University. The slide lecture
course will examine the
development of the painted
page in Jewish manuscripts,
the question of depicting the
human image in Jewish art,
and evidence of contacts bet-
ween the Jewish world and
Islam and Christianity.
For registration informa-
tion, call the synagogue,
851-6880, or Midrasha,
354-1050.

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`Maybe I'll go to synagogue
today; maybe I won't.' The
day after that it's, 'Maybe I'll
make a donation to the Fed-
eration,' then 'I think I'll go
out and eat pork.'
"This is a problem of both
children and their parents.
There's no clear under-
standing of peoplehood.
"Some say the chief at-
tribute of Judaism is to be
liberal-minded, progressive-
thinking, good people, that
all the other 'trappings'
aren't necessary. They say
kashrut has nothing to do
with being a liberal-minded,
progressive-thinking, good
person. And it doesn't. What
it does have to do with is
faith.
"A lot of people see the
threat to Jewish institutions,
and they're quite correct. A
large and growing group sees

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Call The Jewish News

354-5959

Rabbi Rod Glogower, scholar-
in-residence at Midrasha Col-
lege of Jewish Studies, will
teach a three-part study
series at Hillel Day School
titled, "B'Chol Dor (In Every
Generation): Identity, Em-
pathy and Other Passover
Themes."
The class will meet in the
Hillel library from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. March 16, 23 and
30. Each session includes a
light kosher supper. There is
a charge.
The series will study
passages from Bible, Talmud
and the Passover Haggadah.
Some reading knowledge of
Hebrew is recommended.
The Passover series is co-
sponsored by Hillel Day
School and Midrasha College
of Jewish Studies. For
registration information, call
Midrasha, 354-1050.

Adult Study
At Beth Abraham

The Adult Education commit-
tee of Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses and
the Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies will offer two
adult education courses at the
synagogue at 7:30 p.m. on
four consecutive Thursdays
beginning March 11.
Rabbi Aaron Bergman will
teach "Radical Tradi-
tionalists," focusing on
Maimonides, Rabbi Nachman

`Book Bites'
At Beth Achim

The second in the five-part
"Book Bites" dinner study
series hosted by Congregation
Beth Achim and co-sponsored
with Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies will be held 6
p.m. March 9. The topic will
be the Talmud.
Rabbi Martin Berman
teaches the series, which ex-
plores great Jewish books.
Other topics in the series
are: Maimonides, the Shulk-
han Aruch of Rabbi Joseph
Caro, and Igeret Moshe (the
responsa of Rabbi Moshe
Feinstein).
Students may register for
the series or for individual
sessions. There is a charge,
which includes a light supper.
For information or to register,
call Midrasha, 354-1050.



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