How Does a Jew Make it into Heaven?
One question, many answers
Moderated by: Cilly Kugelmann
30 May 2013
Program accompanying the special exhibition "The Whole Truth"
Program director Cilly Kugelmann interviews four practicing rabbi in Germany about otherworldly and commonplace matters, about dietary laws, sin, Shabbat and all that is important in Judaism. The rabbis represent four different religious currents: Orthodox, Masorti (conservative), Hasidism, and German Reform Judaism. They will answer questions from the audience about God and the world and throw light on their perspectives of Jewish theology.
30 May 2013, 7.30 pm
Old Building, second level, Great Hall
5 euros, reduced rate 3 euros
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Avichai Apel, born in Jerusalem, rabbi to the Jewish religious community of greater Dortmund and board member of the Orthodox Rabbinical Conference Germany.
Dr. Daniel Katz, born in New York, rabbi to the Conservative Jewish community of Weiden and founding member of the General Rabbinical Conference.
Yehuda Teichtal, born in New York, rabbi to the Jewish community of Berlin and chairman of the Jewish Education Center Chabad Lubavitch, Berlin.
Jona Simon, born in Bielefeld, rabbi of the National Association of Jewish Communities of Lower Saxony.