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Bring Rabbi Gold into your community with the following stimulating talks.
THE KABBALAH OF LOVE – In Rabbi Gold’s newest book, a rabbi facing a midlife crisis of faith travels to Israel. There he meets an old acquaintance who teaches mathematics and physics by day, kabbala by night. He shares with the rabbi the moving story of a soul, and teaches him the true meaning of love.
THE FOUR WORLDS OF LOVE – What does love really mean? Based on Rabbi Gold’s newest book The Kabbala of Love, this talk is designed for a general audience in a secular setting. We will travel on a journey through four worlds, asking the question - what does it mean to love in each of these worlds?
DOES GOD BELONG IN THE BEDROOM? – Based on Rabbi Gold’s classic book, from a God’s eye point of view, to be human is not simply to be good but to be holy. Together we will build a ladder of holiness regarding sexual behavior. Where do non-marital sex, marital sex, and homosexuality fit on that ladder?
DO YOU HAVE TO LOVE YOUR FAMILY? – The Bible commands us to love God, love our neighbor, love the stranger, but nowhere are we commanded to love our family. What do we owe our parents, our siblings, our spouse, our children? What can we do to strengthen family life?
THE TEN JOURNEYS OF LIFE – Rabbi Gold’s inspirational self-help book on life decisions has been extremely well-received. An ancient tradition teaches that God tested our father Abraham with ten trials, ten journeys he had to travel. Each of us must travel these same ten journeys as we go through life. With Abraham as our mentor, we will learn the art of being human.
THE PROBLEM WITH CREATION, AND HOW MODERN PHYSICS AND ANCIENT KABBALAH CAN SOLVE IT – A kabbalist views creation using words like the emanation of light, God’s contraction, the breaking of the vessels, the four worlds, separation, and unification. A scientist views creation using words like the big bang, relativity, quantum mechanics, the breaking of symmetry, entropy, and evolution. But are they really speaking about the same thing?
IS GOD TOO BUSY TO GIVE ME A BABY? – Rabbi Gold’s first book And Hannah Wept has become a classic in the Jewish community, giving a religious perspective on infertility and adoption. What can we learn from our Biblical patriarchs and matriarchs regarding infertility? What about contemporary medical techniques? Is adoption an option?
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