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Sunday, March 5 • 11:30 - 12:30
If I Am so Smart, Why is My Neighbor so Foolish: When “Popular Thought” Challenges Jewish Values

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Popular opinion has never been more popular!  But what if you disagree with the current popular thinking or that thinking is contrary to Jewish Ethics?  Through study of ancient and very current Jewish texts, this session will explore and discuss how to live in any age where popular opinion is contrary to the values and ethics you hold dear.


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Steven Hyman

Steven Hyman alternates his professional time between his two loves: Law and Spiritual Care. He is a practicing lawyer and the Director of Professional Standards for the Manitoba Real Estate Association. When Steven is wearing his Spiritual Care hat, he is spends his time at the Simkin Centre as a liturgist, as well as a frequent speaker in the area of ethics, spiritual health, and interfaith issues; he also leads all Shabbat Morning and... Read More →


Sunday March 5, 2017 11:30 - 12:30
Room 222

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