14 News Items Tagged 'Judaism'

Divine Law: A Tale of Two Concepts and Three Responses (Video)
03.03.2014 News Story

On March 3, 2014, Professor Christine Hayes was a featured speaker at the Center for the Study of World Religions.

Why Give? Religious Roots of Charity
12.12.2013 News Story

Some thoughts by HDS instructors on charity across religious traditions during the giving season.

Fertility and Jewish Law: Feminist Perspectives on Orthodox Response Literature (Video)
12.11.2013 News Story

On December 11, 2013, the CSWR hosted a talk by Professor Ronit Irshai about fertility and Jewish law.

I Give Therefore I Am: The Meaning of Charity in Jewish and Christian Thought (Video)
12.04.2013 News Story

Notre Dame Professor Gary Anderson recently gave a talk on the concept of charity in Jewish and Christian thought.

Washing Away the Layers
09.13.2013 News Story

HDS denominational counselor Sally Finestone shares a sermon for the evening of Yom Kippur.

The Song of Songs: Translation, Reception, Reconfiguration
04.15.2013 Video

View a panel discussion held on April 15 featuring a conversation between five scholars on the Song of Songs.

The Power of Dreams
04.12.2013 News Story Harvard Gazette

HDS professor Kimberley Patton says the modern West tends to dismiss significance of dreams, perhaps missing a lesson from the ancients.

To Forgive Is Human: Jewish Reflections on the Meaning and Practice of Forgiveness
04.04.2013 Video

Forgiveness is one of life's most persistent and perplexing moral questions. On April 4, Louis Newman delivered the List Fund for Jewish Studies Lecture at HDS.

From Donation to Diatribe: How Anti-Jewish Interpretation Cashes Out
10.17.2012 Video

Amy-Jill Levine of Vanderbilt University delivered this year's Comparative Theology Lecture.

Religion and the Election: Does It Matter?
10.10.2012 Video

On October 10, four scholars spoke on the relevance of different religions in this year's presidential election.