- Friday January 18, 2013 - Sunday January 20, 2013
- 8:00pm - 11:00am
- Temple Beth Israel
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- $10 for closing breakfast
Temple Beth Israel will host Rabbi Dr. Michael J. Cook as its Scholar In Residence January 18 - 20. The Sol and Arlene Bronstein Professor of Judaeo-Christian Studies at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati Campus. Dr. Cook’s overall theme will be “Charting our Ways Through Today’s Religious Maze.” Following Shabbat evening services January 18, Dr. Cook will present Apocalypse 2012: Israel and the Fall-Out of Evangelical Theology. A special oneg will follow. On Saturday, January 19, at 10am, Dr. Cook will continue with a discussion on Close Encounters of the Religious Kind: How Best to Answer Questions from our Christian Friends. TBI’s Scholar in Residence weekend will conclude following a 9am breakfast.
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