The Revelation at Sinai: Jewish Views of the Torah

Panel discussion with Rabbis Anthony D. Holz (Reform), Ari Sytner (Orthodox), and Robert Judd (Conservative), one in a series of Three Rabbi Panels sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, College of Charleston

Tradition and Change in Judaism

Panel discussion with Rabbis Anthony D. Holz (Reform), Ari Sytner (Orthodox), and Adam Rosenbaum (Conservative), one in a series of Three Rabbi Panels sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, College of Charleston

Religious Authority and Personal Autonomy

Panel discussion with Rabbi Robert Judd (Conservative), Anthony D. Holz (Reform), and Professor Joshua Shanes (Orthodox), one in a series of Three Rabbi Panels sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, College of Charleston

Mitzvah as Commandment

Panel discussion with Rabbis David Jacob Radinsky (Orthodox), Chezi Zionce (Conservative), and Robert Seigel (Reform), one in a series of Three Rabbi Panels sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, College of Charleston

Judaism and Sexuality: Sects in the City

Panel discussion with Rabbis Stephanie Alexander (Reform), Adam Rosenbaum (Conservative), and Ari Sytner (Orthodox), one in a series of Three Rabbi Panels sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, College of Charleston

The Jewish View of the Gentile

Panel discussion with Rabbis Anthoy Holz (Reform), Robert Judd (Conservative), and Ari Sytner (Orthodox), one in a series of Three Rabbi Panels sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, College of Charleston

Judaism and Education

Panel discussion with Rabbis Anthony D. Holz (Reform), Susan Tendler (Conservative), and Ari Sytner (Orthodox), one in a series of Three Rabbi Panels sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, College of Charleston

The Jewish View of the Christian

Panel discussion with Rabbis Anthony D. Holz (Reform), David J. Radinsky (Orthodox), and Chezi Zionce (Conservative), one in a series of Three Rabbi Panels, held in conjunction with the Three Minister Panel, “The Christian View of the Jew,” sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program, College of Charleston