On 21st March 2017, prominent New York Times columnist David Brooks and Rabbi Sacks held a public conversation at 92nd St Y in New York entitled ‘Finding a Moral Compass in Challenging Times’. The conversation was not just intellectually stimulating but an amusing one as well. This event was co-presented with The Edgar M. Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life at New York University and endowed by Francine and Abdullah Simon z”l.
Covenant & Conversation
On 23rd October 2017, Rabbi Sacks engaged in a public conversation with Dr. Carol Gilligan, the revolutionary psychologist and author … Read more
Neighbours are usually people like us. It’s strangers not like us we need to learn not to hate. (Thought For the Day)First broadcast on Friday 19 October 2018, on BBC Radio 4 This is National Hate Crime Awareness Week, and figures released by the Home Office show how serious the problem is There’s been a forty percent increase in a single year of hate crimes associated with religion Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists have all suffered, but the biggest increases have been those on Muslims and Jews On Wednesday... Read more
This collection makes Rabbi Jonathan Sacks’ brilliant essays on the weekly Torah portions within Exodus available in book form for … Read more