"Did My Father Kill Me?" What Isaac Saw

Akedat Yitzchak (the Binding of Isaac) is one of the most terse narratives in the entire Torah; its sparing prose points to hidden depths of emotion that classic and contemporary midrash struggle to reveal. Using the improvisational technique of bibliodrama we will visit Isaac's memories of the Akedah in the first person as we explore the intersection of trauma, healing, fragility, forgiveness, and resilience in one son's relationship with his father and God.

Facilitated by
Rabbi Jonathan Lubliner
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11:00 PM Eastern
8:00 PM Pacific