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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-02-03

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Temple Beth El

Invites the Community for a Weekend of Learning and Inspiration

The 63 rd Rabbi B. Benedict & Ada S.
Glazer Institute on Judaism

for the Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Muslim and
Protestant Clergy

FEBRUARY 11-1 2, 2005

SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE: RABBI MARC SAPERSTEIN

The Charles E. Smith Professor of Jewish History &
Director of the Program in Judaic Studies, George Washington University

Friday morning, February 11
Institute Program

Luncheon - February 11
Noon

"Jews Under Christianity & Islam:
What Does the Historical Record Show?"

$35 per person - clergy are complimentary
For reservations, please call the Rabbis' Study,
248-851-1100, ext. 3142

Opening Lecture
9:30 am

Shabbat Services, Friday Evening, February 11

"Abraham as Common Ancestor:
Does Sharing Unite or Divide?"

7:30 pm

Second Session
10:45 am

Shabbat Services, Saturday Morning, February 12

"Christian Doctrine & the Nazi Death Camps:
The Ambiguities of Influence"

"How Golden Was the Golden Age in Spain?"

"Jews & Muslims: Contacts Through the Centuries"

10:30 am

Lay leaders are welcome to all sessions.
Glazer Institute Chairs: Fayclare and Dr. Robert Blau

The Glazer Institute is made possible through a Heritage Endowment Gift from Merton & Beverly Segal and Marvin & Peggy Novick and Glazer patron donations.
Temple Beth El, 7400 Telegraph Rd. at 14 Mile Rd. Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48301,248-851-1100, ext. 3142

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