Barry Kleinberg Lectures

Join us for ‘Tales of the Unexpected: Strange Stories in the Talmud and Rabbinic Literature’

A new lecture series with Barry Kleinberg

Monday 15th January: The Bandit and the Rabbi at the River (Bava metzia 84a)

Monday 22nd January: The miracle of the Septuagint in Rabbinic and Christian Literature (Megilla 8b-9b)

Monday 29th January: Theodicy and Torah (Menachot 29b)

Monday 5th February: The destruction of the Second Temple (Gittin 55b-57a and Avot d’Rabbi Natan 4)

Location: Golders Green shul starting at 7:45pm

Light refreshments will be served.  All welcome, no charge

Barry is a teaching Fellow at the London School of Jewish Studies and is currently finishing a smicha programme and writing his PhD on the thought of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. Barry is also an Osteopath and trains osteopaths at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine