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The World Pursues its Natural Course

Two-part course with Lauren Berkun exploring David Hartman’s theology of divine limitation and human responsibility
Rabbi Lauren Berkun is a Vice President of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, where she directs Rabbinic Initiatives and is a member of the senior executive team. She also oversees staff education, training and curriculum development for Hartman’s iEngage project. She is a summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, graduate of Princeton University with a BA in Religion and was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary. Lauren was a Wexner Graduate Fellow, a

The World Pursues its Natural Course: Rabbi David Hartman’s Theology of Divine Limitation and Human Responsibility

In this two-part class, Lauren Berkun introduces the core teachings of David Hartman from his seminal work, “A Living Covenant.” David Hartman’s theology of Divine self-limitation and human responsibility presents a response crisis that is rooted in the innovative spirit of the Talmud.

Over two sessions, study some of the most important classical rabbinic sources that shaped David Hartman’s modern Jewish thought.

Part 1

Part 2

NOTE: This series was part of our Hartman Summer 2020 month-long celebration of Jewish ideas, All Together Now

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