Rabbi Peter Knobel and Rabbi Sam Kenner

February 1, 2016 at 7:00 pm

Can we believe in revelation today? As non-Orthodox Jews we assert the special place of Torah in our religious consciousness, but we rarely have the opportunity to look at classical and modern interpretations of this assertion. Join Rabbis Knobel and Kenner in engaging in this dialogue.
 
knobelTemple Judea was privileged to have Rabbi Peter S. Knobel, serve as the Interim Rabbi in 2013-2014. Rabbi Knobel served as the spiritual leader of Beth Emet the Free Synagogue in Evanston, IL beginning in 1980 and is still an active teacher and worshiper in that community.He is past president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
 
 
 
 
rabbikenner copyRabbi Kenner is a native of Nova Scotia, Canada and settled in the Boston area for 32 years before retiring and establishing residency in Miami in 1998. Rabbi Kenner completed the doctoral training program in Pastoral Counseling and Psychology at Boston University School of Theology. In Miami, Rabbi Kenner continues to teach and lecture in the fields of History and Religion and is the past president of the Institute of Retired Professionals at the University of Miami. Kenner and his wife Sylvia are members of Temple Judea.