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Sunday, June 7 • 7:30pm - 8:30pm
A vision for a new Zionism

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Given this year's recurring elections and the growing divide between religious and secular, Jew and Muslim, Israel and Diaspora, a new philosophy of Zionism that unites rather than segregates may be beneficial. While classical Zionism established a Jewish State, a greater spiritual vision is called for in our time. In 1955, the renowned Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan published "A New Zionism". In this prophetic work, Kaplan predicted many of the difficulties that plague the Jewish State today. What insights can we glean from this work and how can we implement them to ensure a brighter future for our people?

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Jonathan Sadoff

Rabbi, Kehilat Nitzan
Yonatan Sadoff is spiritual leader of Kehilat Nitzan, Melbourne's only Masorti/Conservative congregation. Ordained by the Schechter Rabbinical Seminary in Jerusalem and formerly rabbi of Kehillat Magen Avraham in Omer, Israel, Rabbi Sadoff is interested in how Jewish texts, interpretation... Read More →



Sunday June 7, 2020 7:30pm - 8:30pm AEST
ROOM 4