Rabbi Yuter’s Confronting Chosenness class examines some rabbinic midrashim describing the Jews’ acceptance of the Torah.
Category: Confronting Chosenness
Rabbi Yuter’s Confronting Chosenness class turns to Rabbinic narratives on Avraham’s chosenness and their broader implications.
Rabbi Yuter’s Confronting Chosenness introduces Rabbinic era perspectives with a discussion on if the Jewish people’s status as “chosen” is the result of an eternal cosmic decision or the result of a deliberate choice.
Rabbi Yuter’s Confronting Chosenness class concludes the Biblical segment with a discussion of how the Bible expects the Jews/Israelites were supposed to be distinguished from the other nations.
In this installment of Confronting Chosenness, Rabbi Yuter explores the question if the Jewish covenant with God can in fact be broken.
Rabbi Josh Yuter’s Confronting Chosenness series continues discussing various biblical covenants and their implications for understanding the nature of Jewish chosenness.
Rabbi Yuter begins a brand new shiur series titled “Confronting Chosenness” which will discuss Jewish exceptionalism in thought and practice. This first class begins exploring the biblical foundations the Jews being God’s “chosen people”.