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February 06, 2004 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-06

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Capitol Hill Rabbi
At Glazer Institute

Rabbi David Saperstein will be scholar
in residence for Temple Beth El's 62nd
annual Rabbi B. Benedict and Ada S.
Glazer Institute on Judaism for the
Christian, Eastern Orthodox, Muslim
and Protestant Clergy. The Institute,
Friday, Feb. 13, is attended annually by
more than 300 area clergy.
Rabbi Saperstein is director of the
Religious Action Center of Reform
Judaism in Washington. He represents
the Reform Jewish movement to
Congress and the administration.
During his 30-year tenure, he has head-
ed several religious coalitions.
Also an attorney, Rabbi Saperstein
teaches seminars in First Amendment
church-state law and in
Jewish law at
Georgetown University
Law School.
His topics at the
Glazer Institute, which
are open to the public,
will be "Being the
Hands of God: Jewish
Social Justice at a Time
of Crisis and
Opportunity" at 9:30
a.m. and "Economic Justice: Testing the
Morality of Our Nation" at 10:45 a.m.
Rabbi Saperstein will also speak at
7:30 p.m. Shabbat services on "The
Jewish Stake in the 108th Congress:
The Domestic Agenda." His topic at
10:30 a.m. Shabbat services Feb. 14 will
be "The Foreign Policy Agenda."
Chairs of this year's Glazer Institute
are Peter and Shelly Cooper and
Sheldon and Dr. Roberta Toll. The
institute is funded by Merton and
Beverly Segal and Marvin and Peggy

Scholar To Speak

Rabbi Fred Sherlinder Dobb will be
scholar in residence for a week with the
four Michigan Reconstructionist congre-
gations beginning Feb. 11.
Rabbi Dobb is on sabbatical from
Adat Shalom Reconstructionist
Congregation in Bethesda, Md. He is an
environmental educator and the first
rabbincal fellow at the Coalition on the
Environment and Jewish Life.
At 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 11, he
will discuss "Eco-Judaism: Caring for
Creation, in Tradition and Today," at
Temple Beth Emeth, Ann Arbor.
On Thursday, Feb. 12, at



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