What God Don’t You Believe In? Rabbi Avi Novis-Deutsch on Parshat Shemot


What God Don’t You Believe In?

Rabbi Avi Novis-Deutsch, Dean of Schechter Rabbinical Seminary, invites us to consider the varied roles God plays in our lives. In Parshat Shemot, when God says “I will be what I will be,” God gives us permission to imagine the Divine in many different ways.

 


Image Credit: Unknown artist, Sarajevo Haggadah: Moses and the Burning Bush
National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, Date: c. 1350

One thought on “What God Don’t You Believe In? Rabbi Avi Novis-Deutsch on Parshat Shemot

  1. Try reading “The Tao that can be spoken is not the eternal Tao” as “Any God the human brain can imagine is too small to be the real God.

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