Why Don’t People Ever Seem to Change? (And How We Could)

Posted by Shai Held on September 14, 2017
Topics: Pardes Live, Rosh Hashanah, Teshuvah

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Pardes was honored to welcome Rabbi Shai Held to speak at Pardes before Rosh Hashana on the topic of Why Don’t People Ever Seem to Change? (And How We Could). Rabbi Shai Held – theologian, scholar, and educator – is president, dean and chair in Jewish Thought at Mechon Hadar. He has published two books: Abraham Joshua Heschel: the Call of Transcendence (2013) and The Heart of Torah (2017).

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About Shai Held

Rabbi Shai Held – theologian, scholar, and educator – is president, dean and chair in Jewish Thought at Mechon Hadar. He has published two books: Abraham Joshua Heschel: the Call of Transcendence (2013) and The Heart of Torah (2017).

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