The Turbulent Waters of Noah and Jonah: How Similar Stories Say Opposite Things About the Human Soul

Posted by Judy Klitsner on September 26, 2017
Topics: Pardes Live, Yom Kippur

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In this lecture that was recorded live at Pardes Jerusalem, Judy Klitsner discusses The Turbulent Waters of Noah and Jonah: How Similar Stories Say Opposite Things About the Human Soul.

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About Judy Klitsner

Judy has been teaching Bible and biblical exegesis at Pardes for nearly two decades. A disciple of the great Torah teacher Nechama Leibowitz, Judy weaves together traditional exegesis, modern scholarship and her own original interpretations that are informed by close readings of the biblical text. Judy lectures internationally and is the author of Subversive Sequels in the Bible: How Biblical Stories Mine and Undermine Each Other (Jewish Publication Society) which received the 2009 National Jewish book award for scholarship. Click here to read more.

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