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
- The state is no substitute for personal responsibility in the sensationalist age of the iPhone 6th November 2017
- The World’s Oldest Man (Chayei Sarah 5778) 6th November 2017
- Fake news erodes the moral ecology on which liberty depends. (Thought for the Day) 3rd November 2017
- The Space Between Us (Vayera 5778) 30th October 2017
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