Exciting New Class for Spring 2018
The Ethics of War, National Security, and Power
How do terrorist attacks alter the playing field of war and define the measures needed to protect citizens? Have the justifications for war changed with the threat of nuclear weapons?
Is torture acceptable to save lives? What are the moral implications of using stealth bombers, drones, and long-range missiles, which make it easier to kill people at a distance?
Join Rabbi Singer as we delve into Jewish ethical texts which can shed light on these very complex and pressing issues. Then examine case studies which will open debate as we supplement from scholars and leaders from all sides on these dilemmas.
Required text: Jewish Choices, Jewish Voices - War and National Security, edited by Rabbi Elliot Dorff & Danya Ruttenberg
Dates: Monday evenings following our 7:15pm minyan
- February 5, February 12, February 19, February 26
- March 12, March 19, March 26
- April 9, April 16, April 23, April 30
Cost: $26 for Members - $45 for Non-Members
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Sponsor: Congregation Brith Sholom