Hiding in Holy Week: the roots of anti-Semitism
Tuesday, April 4, 2023 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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For Christians, Holy Week is a sacred time as the final days of Jesus' life are remembered in anticipation of his death and resurrection, celebrated on Easter. Yet hidden in the gospel narratives of crucifixion are the roots of antisemitism, which can be a hard fact to accept for Christ-followers today.
Join us ONLINE on Tuesday, April 4th from 7-9 pm eastern as Rabbi Howard Mandell shares his experiences of being marginalized as a Jew and explains how antisemitism began and is unknowingly perpetuated today through the Christian scriptures. The story is hidden in Holy Week and needs to be retold by those who follow Jesus today.
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About the leader(s)
Rabbi Howard Mandell