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God As Immanent

God as Immanent

By Rabbi Gordon Tucker | Senior Rabbi at Temple Israel Center in White Plains, NY

posted on October 5, 2012 / 19 Tishrei 5773

Short Description: 
Rabbi Gordon Tucker describes a vision of an immanent God. A clip from "Doing Jewish Theology Today: God, Torah, and Israel in Modern Judaism."

The program, which is JTS's Henry N. Rapaport Memorial Lecture, explores directions in Jewish theology that can speak to Jews in the twenty-first century. This event also celebrates Rabbi Gillman's remarkable career at JTS.

 
Program Participants:
 
Professor Arnold M. Eisen, chancellor, JTS
 
Rabbi Neil Gillman, Aaron Rabinowitz and Simon H. Rifkind Professor Emeritus of Jewish Philosophy, JTS
 
Rabbi Julie Roth, executive director, HillelCenter for Jewish Life, Princeton University
 
Rabbi Gordon Tucker, senior rabbi, Temple Israel Center, White Plains

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