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Rabbi David Wolpe

Author, Roger Cohen

Rabbi Wolpe and Sinai Temple hosted:

New York Times Columnist, Roger Cohen,
for a crucial dialogue with the Iranian Jewish community.

Thursday, March 12, 7:30pm
Sinai Temple

Watch the video here.

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Rabbi Wolpe

Sinai Temple presents
Death and Dying: Can We Talk?
Sunday, February 22, 2009


Jews and Power Ruth Wisse "Jews And Power"
Track 1: Ruth Wisse
Track 2: Ruth Wisse in dialogue with Rabbi David Wolpe

... Rabbi Wolpe video blogs on JTN
Click here, then in the Featured section on the right, click on the magnifying glass icon (to search). Under Keywords type Wolpe and then click the Search button. You will find gems such as "The Power and Wisdom of Women," "How to Evaluate your Date," "Is There an Afterlife?" and more.

... Rabbi Wolpe On Fox 11 News
If you missed Rabbi Wolpe on Fox 11 News, Wednesday, November 1, 2006 - see
it now!

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... Rabbi Wolpe's speech on covenantal Judaism delivered at Jewish Theological Seminary on November 10, 2005.
Click here to listen to the sermon.

... Rabbi Brian Schuldenfrei’s thoughts on his trip to Israel on the Greater Los Angeles Mission. Delivered on September 9, 2006.

Click here to listen
 
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