13 2017

Rabbi David & Barbara Radinsky

7:00PM - 8:00PM  

Arnold Hall, 96 Wentworth

Contact Mark Swick

Rabbi David Radinsky (Sunday, 3:00pm)
G-d Helps Those Who Help Themselves
As Jews we subscribe to the notion that "G-d helps those who help themselves". What are the Biblical and Talmudic sources for this belief? To what extent do we believe that we have to help ourselves until G-d starts helping us? Are we allowed to rely on G-d to perform a miracle for us?

Barbara Radinsky (Monday, 7:00pm)
Managing Everyday Stresses Jewishly
Does your stress control you- or do control your stress? Balancing our busy lives can be very challenging. It is known that stress can overtake our physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Mrs. Radinsky will discuss practical ways to create a calmer life style from both a Jewish and secular perspective.

Rabbi David J. Radinsky is a graduate of Yeshiva University and is Rabbi Emeritus of Brith Sholom Beth Israel Congregation (BSBI) in Charleston, having served as its senior rabbi for 34 years. Barbara Cooper Radinsky was born and raised in Brookline, Massachusetts, is a graduate of Stern College for Women and The Citadel, and is Rebbitzin Emerita of BSBI. The Radinskys have retired to Memphis to be close to their family, but return each year to reconnect with their Charleston ‘family.’

Welcome Back Reception: Sunday, February 12, 2017 at 64:15pm (after first class).

Sponsor: Jewish Studies Program