God As Immanent

God As Immanent
By :  Gordon Tucker Posted On Oct 5, 2012 / 5773 | Doing Jewish Theology Today | Philosophy

Rabbi Gordon Tucker describes a vision of an immanent God. A clip from “Doing Jewish Theology Today: God, Torah, and Israel in Modern Judaism.”

The program, which is JTS’s Henry N. Rapaport Memorial Lecture, explores directions in Jewish theology that can speak to Jews in the twenty-first century. This event also celebrates Rabbi Gillman’s remarkable career at JTS.

Program Participants:

  • Professor Arnold M. Eisen, chancellor, JTS
  • Rabbi Neil Gillman, Aaron Rabinowitz and Simon H. Rifkind Professor Emeritus of Jewish Philosophy, JTS
  • Rabbi Julie Roth, executive director, HillelCenter for Jewish Life, Princeton University
  • Rabbi Gordon Tucker, senior rabbi, Temple Israel Center, White Plains