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October 24, 2003 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-24

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Forum Focus --
Interfaith Living

An in-depth series of workshops, speak-
ers and discussions on the topic "Jews,
Non-Jews: The Love/Hate Relationship"
continues through Sunday.
Sponsored by the International
Institute for Secular Humanistic
Judaism, with support of the Jewish
Federation of Metropolitan Detroit,
Colloquium '03 will include the 8 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 24, ordination of Rabbi
Sivan Maas, Israel's first Humanistic
Sessions include:
Friday, Oct. 24:
• 9 a.m.: "The Story of Anti-
Semitism," with Derek Penslar, director,
University of Toronto's Jewish Studies
• 10:30 a.m.: "Anti-Semitism of the
Right and Left," with Todd Endelman,
University of Michigan professor and
director, Jean and Samuel Frankel
Center for Judaic Studies, Ann Arbor.
• 1 p.m.: "A Christian Looks at Anti-
Semitism," with the Rev. Harry Cook
of St. Andrew's Church in Clawson.
• 2:30 p.m.: "Jews and Arabs," with
Ydakov Malkin of Tel Aviv University.
Saturday, Oct. 25:
• 9 a.m.: "Being a Jew in a Christian
World," with Ze'ev Chafets, founding
managing editor of The Jerusalem

• 10:30 a.m.: "Being a Christian in a
Jewish World," with Lisa Beyer, journal-
ist and foreign editor for Time maga-
• 1 p.m.: "Freedom and the
Changing Jew," with Egon Mayer of
Brooklyn College; director, Center for
Jewish Studies of the graduate school of
the City University of New York.
• 2:30 p.m.: "Jewish Survival in an
Open Society" with Lynn Davidman of
Brown University Providence, R.I.
Sunday, Oct. 26:
• 9 a.m. "Living in a Multicultural
Society," with David Biale of University
of California at Davis.
• 10:30 a.m. "Where Do We Go
From Here?" with Rabbi Sherwin
Wine, author, lecturer and founding
rabbi of the Birmingham Temple and
founder of Humanistic Judaism.
Colloquium will take place at the
Pivnick Center for Humanistic Judaism
at the Birmingham Temple, 28611 W.
12 Mile, Farmington Hill -s.
For information or to register, call
(248) 476-9532 or e-mail:
iishj@iishj.org Cost depends on par-
ticipation and meal orders.

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