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Sunday, February 17 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Deep Things Out of Darkness: The Meaning of Suffering in the Book of Job

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The biblical book of Job grapples with the question of questions: why do we suffer? This session will explore how understanding Job's story empowers us to use our experiences of adversity to grow toward more meaningful relationships with God, others and ourselves. Its original perspective is based on classical midrashim, logotherapy (a psychology of man’s search for meaning, developed by Viktor Frankl) and the visual interpretations of the book of Job, by William Blake. 


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Ariel Goldberg

Ariel Goldberg, is a rabbi, Jewish educator, writer and G-d wrestler. He studied at Yeshivat HaMivtar, a modern-orthodox Yeshiva in Efrat, Israel and currently is pursuing a Masters in Jewish education and chaplaincy training at the Jewish Theological Seminary. A native of Ottawa, Canada, he was a founder and director of programming for the Ottawa College of Jewish Studies, a center for pluralistic Jewish learning.


Sunday February 17, 2013 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Monroe concourse level