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Community Leadership Program Summer Retreat (CLP)
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Peoplehood and Its Role and Significance in Jewish Life
Dilemmas of Faith
Images of Israel for Christians
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Created Equal
Ethics, Leadership Conference
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Muslim Leadership Initiative
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SHI Voices
Lauren Berkun
Summer Will Bring Bittersweet Transition for Rabbinic Leadership Initiative
Donniel Hartman
‘The Question is Whether God is Meaningful’
Christine Hayes
Moses at Sinai: God’s Partner or Adversary?
Study With Us
‘Putting God Second’ Evening June 29 29.06.2016
The public is invited to the Edward Bronfman Family Foundation Annual Lecture on Religious Pluralism at Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, where Donniel Hartman will talk about his new book
North America News
Nine Countries, 31 States and Provinces Represented at Hartman Summer
This year’s attendees, among the most diverse ever, comprise individuals from 31 US states and Canadian provinces, Brazil, Netherlands, Australia, and more
News and Updates about ‘Putting God Second’ by Donniel Hartman
Donniel Hartman asks why Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are unable to create individuals with moral sensitivity and societies with the highest ethical standards
Watch our Video Beeri Shavuot 5776 Newsletter
2015-2016 was exciting for the Be’eri Program for Pluralistic Jewish-Israeli Education, which continued to expand its reach and create a new focus on coexistence education
Donniel Hartman Receives Third Commonwealth Prize from Congregation Kehillath Israel, Brookline, MA
The prize honored him as a ‘significant change-agent’ for the Jewish people