“The Sabbath upon which our Lives Depend: The Theology of COVID and Religious Liberty”
Time: 09:30 AM
Fairfield University Faculty, Administrators, & Staff!
Please join us for a facilitated discussion, “The Sabbath upon which our Lives Depend: The Theology of COVID and Religious Liberty,” with Joseph A. Skloot, PhD, Rabbi Aaron D. Panken, Assistant Professor of Modern Jewish Intellectual History HUC-JIR, New York City.
The discussion will focus on the theological and spiritual implications of social distancing and quarantine, in light of the political theories of the early modern philosophers Baruch (Benedict) Spinoza and Moses Mendelssohn.
Please register for the discussion by Friday, September 25. https://Fairfield.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYpfuCvrjkuE914CrAbtH9RdXCfxPwRlru1
Sponsored by the Bennett Center for Judaic Studies-Adolph and Ruth Schnurmacher Scholar-in-Residence Program
For more information, contact Jennifer Haynos / 2066 / firstname.lastname@example.org