Tag Archive: David Bilchitz

Nov 27

Congratulations to these congregants

We are delighted to congratulate the following congregants on their outstanding achievements: Prof. David Bilchitz on the publication of a book that he has jointly edited with Prof Surya Deva (Faculty of Law, City University of Hong Kong) titled ‘Human Rights Obligations of Business: Beyond the Corporate Responsibility to Respect?’ published by Cambridge University Press …

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Oct 12

Torah Breakfast: David Bilchitz on Hierarchy and Equality in Genesis

Shabbat mornings at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speakers. This week Prof David Bilchitz will discuss:‘Hierarchy & Equality in the Garden of Eden: exploring Genesis chapters 1-3’ Next week Rabbi Ash will be exploring ‘Issues from the Talmud’ This week is sponsored by Mike Levi. Share …

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Aug 24

Torah Breakfast, 5August: David Bilchitz

Shabbat mornings at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speakers. This week David Bilchitz on: ‘Why are Christmas/Easter public holidays and Rosh Hashanah not? Exploring the relationship between religion and the state in South Africa’…. Next week Jeremy Gordin will discuss: “The Aleppo Codex” Share your special …

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May 24

Torah Breakfast: This week, Rabbi Ash on Mishkan Tefilah

Shabbat mornings at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speakers. This week Rabbi Ash will continue ‘Exploring the prayers of Mishkan Tefilah’ Next week Prof. David Bilchitz will discuss: ‘Halacha (Jewish Law) and Change: Exploring new thinking on the Ancient Rabbinic Sources relating to Women Reading the …

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May 11

Torah Breakfast: David Bilchitz on the Kaddish, Part II

Shabbat mornings at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speakers. This week Prof. David Bilchitz will discuss: Kaddish – ‘Exploring its meaning & history – part II’. Next week Prof . Merle Williams will discuss: ‘Emmanuel Levinas on God and Revelation in the Jewish Tradition, part II’. …

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Mar 29

Torah Breakfast: David Bilchitz on the Haggadah

TORAH BREAKFASTS Shabbat morning at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speaker. This week Prof. David Bilchitz will discuss ‘Explorations in the Haggadah: a Pesach special’ There will be no Torah Breakfast next week (ie. at Pesach). >>Share your special occasion by sponsoring a Torah breakfast. R150 …

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Nov 24

Torah Breakfast: Prof David Bilchitz on Binding of Isaac

Shabbat morning at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speakers. This week Prof. David Bilchitz will discuss: What was Abraham’s Test in the Binding of Isaac? This Torah breakfast will seek to offer a re-reading of the famous story of the Binding of Isaac which we read …

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Nov 17

Torah Breakfast, 19 November: Rabbi Ash on Mishkan

Shabbat morning at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speakers. Rabbi Ash will continue his exploration of key prayers in our new prayer book, Mishkan Tefilah. This week his subject is: ‘Why do we stand for it?: the Amidah’. Next Week: Prof. David Bilchitz The last Torah …

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Oct 12

Torah Breakfast: David Bilchitz on Mordechai Kaplan and Sukkot

Shabbat morning at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speakers. This week’s breakfast is sponsored by Pearl Seigel on the occasion of her Birthday – Mazel Tov to Pearl! This week Prof. David Bilchitz will discuss: Equality and Co-operation? Exploring Mordechai Kaplan’s Theology of Sukkot If you …

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Sep 01

Torah Breakfast, September 3rd: David Bilchitz

Shabbat morning at 8.30 a.m. Please join us for a light breakfast and listen to our guest speaker. This Shabbat: Prof. David Bilchitz will discuss ‘Avinu, Malkeinu': Exploring the idea of G-d’s sovereignty and human kingship in Jewish Tradition This Torah Breakfast will begin the lead-up to the High Holy days by exploring one of …

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