How Moses “changed” some of the narratives of his earlier experiences with God and the Jewish people, along with looking at GPS-style geography, spies, battles and food before the people enter the Promised Land. Part 2 of this course will meet on Friday, October 20.
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RABBI DR. JOSEPH S. OZAROWSKI is Rabbinic Counselor and Chaplain for JCFS Chicago. He taught at Spertus Institute and Academy for Jewish Religion (LA). He was president of the Chicago Board of Rabbis and is now president of Neshama: Association of Jewish Chaplains (NAJC). Ozarowski has served congregations in Pennsylvania, California, Minnesota, and Long Island. A Board-Certified Chaplain, he served on the JUF Board and on NorthShore HeathCare System’s Ethics Committee. Rabbi Ozarowski’s first book, To Walk in God’s Ways, is considered a standard in Judaism and Pastoral Care.
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