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JTS Program: Jewish Storytelling and the Religious Imagination

July 11, 2022    
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

[This Program is scheduled on Eastern Time Zone]

 

B’KHOL DOR VA DOR: HOW JEWISH STORYTELLING SHAPES THE RELIGIOUS IMAGINATION AND ORIENTS US IN TIME AND SPACE

Part of our summer learning series: Stories and Storytelling

Monday, July 11, 2022, 1:00-2:30 p.m. ET
Online

With Rabbi Mychal Springer, Manager of Clinical Pastoral Education at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City and Adjunct Professor, JTS  

When we tell the story of coming out of Egypt, it is not a story of then and there; it is a story of here and now. We ourselves came out of Egypt. The eternal immediacy of the telling invites us to understand our lives inside the timelessness of Jewish experience. We will explore the drama of living in this story enriched by narrative theory that helps us understand the redemptive role that sacred stories can play in our lives.

Please register for the Stories and Storytelling series in order to receive the Zoom link for this series.  Once you register for the Stories and Storytelling series, your registration admits you to all sessions in this series, and you may attend as many sessions as you’d like. 

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