I want to believe but, I find it hard to believe my actions really matter to G-d.
I pray to G-d, but I’ve never heard him answer.
I don’t understand how G-d could allow so much suffering?
I struggle with contradictions between faith and science?
I can live perfectly well without G-d: why do I need him in my life?
I find some of the values espoused in the Torah out of touch with today’s western principles.
Most people, even the most devout, struggle with issues about G-d. We sit in the synagogue during the High Holidays and affirm the essentials of Judaism in theory, but when it comes to trusting G-d with our daily lives, we share a secret, painful fear that G-d isn’t really looking out for us.
Wrestling with Faith will tackle the “big issues” that keep people from intimate faith with G-d.
Wrestling with Faith
I want to belive, but…
Oct. 24, 31,
Nov. 7, 14, 28, Dec.12
Rabbi Moshe D. Bryski
The Academy – Center for Jewish Life
Single - $50.00
Couple - $75.00