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Scholar-in-Residence Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Zuckier

Friday, January 28, 2022 26 Shevat 5782

All Day for 2 DaysASBI

We look forward to welcoming Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Zuckier to ASBI this month! Join us for the following opportunities to hear Rabbi Dr. Zuckier speak:

  • Friday night, January 28, after Ma'ariv, at 6:00 PM at ASBI
    "The Bayit Shlishi that Wasn’t: Emperor Julian’s Attempt to Rebuild the Temple in 363 CE"
  •  Shabbat morning Drasha at ASBI, January 29 (services begin at 9:00 AM)
    "Suffer No Witches: Magic, Technology, and the Torah's View of Nature"
  • Sunday morning, January 30, at 10:00 AM
    "What is Halakhah? On the Metaphors and Metaphysics of Law"

    This talk will take place over Zoom. Watch from home or join us at shul for a "viewing party" in the Social Hall! We'll have bagels to-go available.

    (Meeting ID: 924 897 9279, Passcode: 540)

Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Zuckier is a Research Fellow at Notre Dame's Center for Philosophy of Religion and an Educator at the Drisha Institute. A Musmach of RIETS, he recently completed studies in YU's Kollel Elyon as well as a PhD in Religious Studies at Yale University. Shlomo is a Founder of The Lehrhaus and a former Director of OU-JLIC at Yale University, and has taught at Yale Divinity School, Yeshiva University (YC and Revel), Touro’s Graduate School of Jewish Studies, and Tikvah.

Shlomo has held the Flegg Postdoctoral Fellowship in Jewish Studies at McGill University, the MFJC Advanced Torah Fellowship, and the Wexner and Tikvah Fellowships. He serves on the Editorial Committee of Tradition, and has edited two books in contemporary Jewish theology.













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