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ScholarStream: How We Navigate Ethical Dilemmas and Reshape Rituals to Draw Us Closer to God

February 2 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

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ScholarStream: How We Navigate Ethical Dilemmas and Reshape Rituals to Draw Us Closer to God

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ScholarStream: How We Navigate Ethical Dilemmas and Reshape Rituals to Draw Us Closer to God
Pre-registration required, see below.*

February 2nd – Rabbi Micah Peltz on ‘VACCINATION’
How do we decide who gets the vaccine first? Do we, as individuals, each have an obligation to wait our turn, or are there circumstances where we could jump the line? How far should rich countries go to share the vaccine with poorer countries? Join us as we explore Jewish sources that help us consider the ethical questions that guide the fair distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines.

Free for B’nai Torah members! Advance registration required for each session. Please note that you must follow the registration process and when you enter the code BocaJan21, the $25 registration fee will be removed.
*Click here to register | Code: BocaJan21

Each session will be followed by a half-hour Q&A and discussion with a B’nai Torah rabbi. Discussion begins at 9 pm.

For security reasons, Zoom links and passwords are not listed on the website. For access, please check your recent emails from B’nai Torah or contact the synagogue at (561) 392-8566 or info@bnai-torah.org.

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Date:
February 2
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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