A free two-day conference, October 6-7, will examine the work of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel (1907-1972). Heschel, author of Man in Search of God and Torah Min Hashamyim, is considered on of the leading theologians of the 20th century.
The conference is titled: "A Radical Image of Religious Life: A Day on the Thought of Abraham Joshua Heschel."
The closing session – October 7 at 20:00 (8 pm) – will feature Rabbi Prof. David Hartman , discussing, in English, "Keva and Kavana in Prayer – Comparative Study in Heschel, Soloveitchik and Leibowitz."
October 7 is structured with five back-to-back beit midrash sessions, each focusing on a different aspect of Heschel’s work. Two parallel discussions are offered in each session, providing participants with choice.
If you cannot see the live feed, click here to view it. You will be able to watch it afterward, as well. The password for this event is: donniel.