Torah Talk this Friday ~ Dybbuks, Ghosts and Golems: Demons and Dark Forces in Judaism

October 31, 2014 0

Lead by Cantorial Soloist David Rothberg
For our Torah talk on Halloween eve, we’ll explore a topic that we don’t talk about much – supernatural forces of evil in Judaism. Jews in more superstitious ages than our own believed that these Jewish demons were powerful and dangerous. They can still exert a hold on the Jewish imagination — and you never know when one of them will rear its ugly head again.
Bring a vegetarian/dairy dish for a pot luck dinner and discussion.
Shabbat service to follow at 7:30 pm
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Event Location: Temple Chayai Shalom
Easton, Massachusetts, 02375

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Friday, October 31, 2014, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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