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Sunday, February 17 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
How Do We Make Pleasing Odors for God?

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We will look at the least studied pre-temple sacrifice of the Bible: Noach’s sacrifice upon disembarking on dry land (Gen 8:20). We will use the pathos of Noah’s post-traumatic behavior and God’s reaction to his sacrifice as a prism through which to consider our own most intimate moments with, and offerings to, God.


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Angie Atkins

Angie Atkins is the Director of the Wexner Heritage Alumni program. Previously, she founded and ran Angie Olami, Inc. an international wholesale jewelry business manufacturing in Israel. Angie hosts transdenominational minyanim (prayer groups), tisches (yiddish for tables), and study sessions in her home, with husband Norman Atkins. Angie is a lifetime lay learner studying regularly at Mechon Hadar with David Ingber & Nathaniel Berman... Read More →


Sunday February 17, 2013 11:30am - 12:45pm
Princeton concourse level