Tue 13 August 2019 | 7:30 pm - 10:15 pm
Bar Yohai 53 - Bar Yohai 53, Tel Aviv,
Most of us live to some extent on the seam of some worlds, not entirely on one side of the religious or political map. But we tend to recognize extremism with authenticity, because people who do extreme acts are people who believe in something in the end. They are the “real thing”. we? We’re just a compromise.
Right? Wrong? Not true? Let’s talk about it.
Asaf Inbari (author of “Home” and “The Tank” and lecturer of literature) and Micha Goodman will talk about the divisions and the commonalities between the worlds, the possibility of different religions and the possibility of secularism.
Let’s talk and ask friends and fellow students about the ideas of the book ‘No Answer’. On Micah’s claim that secularists who study Judaism are actually becoming more secular, and religious who go to the Pride parade are no less religious. That there is another religiosity, that there is another secularism. It is interesting to open this conversation in our circle.