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AUGUST 8TH, 2002
THE INTRODUCTOR1 LECTURE
What is Kabbalah?
How can it enhance your path in life and help you connect to the
Divine? What is it that attracts so many stars and busy people?
Israeli Rabbi Talks
Rabbi Ari Kahn
(director of the Foreign student programs at Bar Ilan University and lecturer
of Jewish studies & senior lecturer at Aish HaTora, International) is a famous
lecturer and author. He has studied Judaism on every level with some of the
greatest contemporary masters of Judaism.
At the Aish Center in
555 Old S. Woodward
Suite 23 L
Thursday. August 8th
@ 7:00 p.m.
Come and hear this profound and articulate speaker
cut away the myth that veils the mystic.
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Aish HaTorah of Metro Detroit will
host Rabbi Ari Kahn, director of
overseas students at Bar-Ilan
University in Ramat Gan, Israel, and
senior lecturer at Aish HaTorah-
Jerusalem as a weekend scholar-in-
residence, beginning Thursday, Aug.
Rabbi Kahn will talk about
Kabbalah — its current popularity
and how it brings students to a
heightened sense of spirituality.
His first public lecture will be 7
p.m. Aug. 8, at the Aish Center in
downtown Birmingham. His talk is
entitled "Clearing the Mist From the
Mysticism." There is a $10 charge.
On Friday night, Aug. 9, Rabbi
Kahn will speak on "A Mystical
Perspective on Theodicy" (bad things
Reb Ari, as he's known, is a writer
as well as lecturer, and has just fin-
ished his second book, Emanations. It
contains essays on the Jewish holidays
through the prism of rabbinical per-
spective. His first book, Explorations,
is a contemporary look at biblical
issues and was compiled from the
many articles he's written over the
years for the aish.com Web site.
Rabbi Kahn is married and has
lived in Israel for the past 15 years.
He received his rabbinical ordination
from Yeshiva University in New York
City, where he studied with Rabbi
For information; call the Aish
Center, (248) 593-5138.
The Rabbi Max Weine Institute for
Judaism will begin the fall semester
Monday, Sept. 9. The class, which
meets weekly from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at
Congregation Beth Shalom, is spon-
sored by the Conservative Rabbis of
The institute provides four months
of study on the basics of Conservative
Judaism. Basic Hebrew is included.
Rabbi David Nelson teaches the
course assisted by Alicia Nelson.
Guest lecturers will be Conservative
rabbis from the community.
Registration is required with any
Conservative rabbi. For information
about the class, call Rabbi Nelson,