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Sunday, February 10 • 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Religious Autonomy, Interfaith Dialogue and the Boston Crisis of 1967

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We will examine fundamental themes such as the boundaries between faiths, inter-religious cooperation and the pivotal events that surrounded the second ecumenical conference post-Vatican II in 1967 in Boston that have come to shape Jewish-Christian relations to this day. We will focus on the thinking of three of the most intellectually important Orthodox rabbis of the twentieth century: Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik and Rabbi Irving "Yitz" Greenberg.


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Ben Greenberg

Senior Rabbi, BMH-BJ: The Denver Synagogue
Rabbi Ben Greenberg is the Senior Rabbi of BMH-BJ: The Denver Synagogue, Denver's oldest and largest Modern Orthodox synagogue. Previously Rabbi Greenberg was the Jewish Chaplain of Harvard University and the Rabbi of Harvard Hillel. Rabbi Greenberg has written two books and blogs regularly for MyJewishLearning, Huffington Post and Patheos. He lives with his family in Denver, CO.


Sunday February 10, 2013 3:00pm - 4:15pm
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