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Limmud Vancouver takes place at the King David High School, 41st and Willow.
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Sunday, February 9 • 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Religious Tolerance in the Middle Ages: What Can it Teach Us Today?
How should a Jew engage in the non-Jewish world in which he or she lives? The Middle Ages - 11th - 13th century Europe, in particular - found rabbinic authorities wrestling with the boundaries between Jew and non-Jew. Can they eat together? Engage in commerce with one another? Wish each other well on their festivals?

We will explore Responsa of a few of the rabbinic giants of the middle ages to see how they responded to the economic and social realities of the Jews living in their day. Their halachic (Jewish legal) innovations have much to teach us today.

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Carey Brown

Carey Brown serves as Associate Rabbi of Temple Sholom.  She loves engaging in Jewish living and learning with people of all ages and stages and works closely with Temple Sholom's Next Generation (20s/30s) group, young families, and teen and adult learners.  Prior to her work at Temple Sholom, Rabbi Brown served for six years as a rabbi of Temple Isaiah in Lexington, Massachusetts.  Rabbi Brown is married to Dr. Gregg... Read More →


Sunday February 9, 2014 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Upstairs Room #3 King David High School