Torah in a time of plague: Theology and Opportunity

Torah in a time of plague: Theology and Opportunity

Sixteen months after the beginning of the pandemic, what are the lessons we have learned.  How will our Judaism serve us to meet the challenges to come?  Our community is looking to us for guidance and we need to make time to think this through together.
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Rabbi Erin Leib Smokler

Rabbi Erin Leib Smokler Speaker

Rabbi Dr‭. ‬Erin Leib Smokler is the Dean of Students and Mashgicha Ruchanit at Yeshivat Maharat‭, ‬where she teaches Chassidut and Pastoral Torah. She is also a faculty fellow of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America‭. She received semikha from Yeshivat Maharat, earned her PhD and MA from the University of Chicago's Committee on Social Thought and her AB from Harvard University‭. Rabbi Dr‭. ‬Leib Smokler previously served as Assistant Literary Editor of The New Republic magazine‭, ‬and her writing has appeared there‭, ‬as well as in The New York Times Book Review‭, ‬The Jerusalem Report‭, ‬and The Jewish Week‭. ‬