Conversations in the Media

Amichai poem in words and musicLizzi Heydemann2

MY FATHER WAS GOD
 

(Click here to read the Amichai  poem,
below to listen to the poem as interpreted by
Rabbi Lizzi Heydeman)


Rabbi Steve Sager speaks at Kehillat Israel in Pacific Palisades, CA

Nick Renner_small2Elijah the Prophet and Religious Imagination:
Engaging with our Tradition
Through a Reconstructionist Lens

Introduced by Rabbi Nick Renner
(Click here to read the Elijah texts, below to listen)


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Sicha bShira2           God is Steps

GOD IS STEPS

(Click here to read poem, below to listen)

GOD IS LIKE A MAGICIAN 

(Click here to read poem, below to listen)

JEWISH THEOLOGY

(Click here to read poem, below to listen)

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Click here for the poems.
Click above for the conversation with four rabbis!


Jewish Poetry Set To Music (podcast)

Composer Dan Asia and Rabbi Steve Sager and talk about
Jewish
Poetry set to music on WUNC’s “The State of Things”

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Poet Yehuda Amichai is one of Israel’s most acclaimed artists. His poems explore different aspects of Jewish faith. American poet Paul Pines also examines the many components of Judaism in his work. American musical composer Dan Asia set both their works to music (performed on March 4, 2014, at Elon University). Host Frank Stasio talks with composer Dan Asia and Rabbi Steve Sager, a local expert on Yehuda Amichai. 

Click here for the podcast.


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