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God in Jewish Tradition

What images of God can one find in Jewish tradition? During this weekend participants will have an opportunity to explore how God  is portrayed and ‘imagined’ within Jewish texts spanning more than 2500 years: in the Bible, in Jewish liturgy, in the homiletic literature, in Jewish poetry, in the mystical tradition.  And through discussion and personal reflection we will consider how such images of divinity resonate with participants’ own spiritual journeys.  

God in Jewish Tradition

Led by: Rabbi Howard Cooper

What images of God can one find in Jewish tradition? During this weekend participants will have an opportunity to explore how God  is portrayed and ‘imagined’ within Jewish texts spanning more than 2500 years: in the Bible, in Jewish liturgy, in the homiletic literature, in Jewish poetry, in the mystical tradition.  And through discussion and personal reflection we will consider how such images of divinity resonate with participants’ own spiritual journeys.

Rabbi Howard Cooper is Director of Spiritual Development at Finchley Reform Synagogue and a psychoanalytic psychotherapist in private practice. He is a writer, workshop leader and the author of ‘The Alphabet of Paradise: An A-Z of Spirituality for Everyday Life’. He blogs at howardcoopersblog.blogspot.com 

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Multi-purchase: If you book three or more residential courses all at once, Ammerdown will give you 5% discount on the total fees (N.B. this 5% discount does not apply when a bursary has already been agreed)

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