Shemot: What Made Moses Write the Book of Job?

Posted by David Levin-Kruss on January 17, 2017
Topics: Pardes from Jerusalem: Weekly Parsha Podcast, Shemot, Shemot (Exodus)

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“To read the work of another is to encounter not merely oneself nor merely the other; the alchemy created in the encounter acts to make more real one’s own not yet realized self.” – Aviva Zornberg.

Our sages tell us that Moshe wrote the book of Job. In this week’s parsha podcast, Rabbi David Levin-Kruss discusses what made them say that? How did writing Job help Moses make sense of his own life?

This podcast was sponsored by Tom and Nissa Johanix. To find out more about sponsoring a podcast, email jamie@pardes.org

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Larry Kluger – Creative Consultant
Arlene Harel – Production Coordinator


Text comes alive at Pardes! Watch our new video, narrated by Leah Rosenthal and produced by Ori Salzberg, which brings to life a passage of Talmud (moed katan 16b) through a dynamic havruta between two students. Continue the conversation…Does Torah belong equally in both domains? What tensions exist between them? How do they complement each other? www.pardes.org.il/livingtext.

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About David Levin-Kruss

David is an adjunct faculty member at Pardes. Click here to read more.

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