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Rabbi David Aaron, Scholar in Residence, May 3-4

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The Beit Chaverim

Distinguished Speakers Series

thanks in part to a generous grant from the

Mizrachi World Israel 360 Program, we are proud to present, 

direct from Jerusalem...

Rabbi David Aaron, May 3-4

First lecture Friday 5:15PM

followed by our famous musical Kabbalat Shabbat

R' Aaron will speak before 6:35PM maariv

Rabbi Aaron will speak Shabbat morning after the Torah reading, and give a class during a kiddush luncheon

Rabbi Aaron will teach a class Shabbat afternoon at 6PM,

and speak during Seudat Shlishit, the third meal, at the synagogue at 7PM

When you view people from the outside, sizing then up externally, you will always find someone more beautiful, more intelligent, funnier or more successful. But when you look at someone on the inside, when you look at their true self, their soul, you will never find anyone who can compare. And if you let people see your soulthen they will never find anyone who can compare to you.

 

Rabbi David Aaron

Rabbi Aaron, who founded Isralight in 1986, is a visionary educator and author. His books, which have been published by major publishing houses including Random House and Putnam, have reached more than 200,000 people worldwide. He has taught thousands of students and reached millions through appearances on programs including Larry King Live and E! Entertainment.

Rabbi Aaron received Semicha from the Israel Torah Research Institute, Yeshivat Itri, and is a disciple of the distinguished Dayan Rav Shlomo Fischer, Shlita. He lives in Jerusalem with his wife, Chana, and their seven children.

Learning with Rabbi Aaron is both profoundly moving and entertaining. People at every level of spiritual knowledge and practice enjoy the adventure of peeking around the corners of mystical ideas. Finding answers to our big questions begins a process that is life–changing.

Beneath Rabbi Aaron’s light-hearted playfulness is a mature, sophisticated and holistic understanding of Torah, well-grounded in classic and Chassidic sources. Torah Scholars, scientists and psychologists alike have marveled at the profundity of his comprehensive systematic thinking.

Rabbi David Aaron asks - Aren't the Torah's Claims of Miracles Outrageous?

Rabbi David Aaron - Relevance of Shul

A one minute video addressing "Do you really expect me to believe those outrageous stories of miracles? "

Watch at the least the first 10 minutes of this great talk on "Why should I go to Shul?"

Isn't it about time we refer to G-d as "She"?

Thank God for Atheism

Isn't about time we refer to G-d as "She?"

Thank God for Atheists!

We are planning a wonderful Shabbat kiddush luncheon at the shul in honor of our second world class speaker this season! If you appreciate this kind of top notch programming please consider signing on as a sponsor for this kiddush.

Sat, May 25 2019 20 Iyyar 5779