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Most people, even the most devout, struggle with issues about God. We sit in the synagogue during the High Holidays and affirm the essentials of Judaism in theory, but when it comes to trusting God with our daily lives, we share a secret, painful fear that God isn't really looking out for us.

Many have been brought up under the assumption that mainstream science is incompatible with genuine Jewish faith—so when they see compelling evidence for biological evolution, for example, they feel forced to choose between science and their faith.

Wrestling with Faith was created for tackling questions like these, the “big issues” that keep people from intimate faith with God. In  Wrestling with Faith, we acknowledge the often unspoken doubts and questions that all people share—as we share their invitation for us to dig deeper for the answers.

In  Wrestling with Faith, JLI offers a steady and inspiring voice to help us reaffirm and understand our faith in a world where nothing seems solid or permanent. Drawing upon 3,000 years of Jewish knowledge, as well as a storehouse of literary, psychological, and theological insights, the course examines the fears and doubts that challenge us. It is in these struggles to find meaning that the course lays out a path for belief in a world struggling to find faith; but perhaps more important, it helps us find our own rhythm within which to walk that path.

Join us for this six-week class starting Wednesdays at 12:00nooon at The Shul!

Fee: 

Early Bird Discount - By Oct. 17th

$90 per person | $150 couple

After Oct. 17th - 

$100 per person | $180 couple 

Click here to register.

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Course Overview

LESSON 1: Where’s the evidence?

LESSON 2: Does G‑d really care?

LESSON 3: Some Jewish beliefs seem primitive

LESSON 4: A good G‑d who does bad stuff

LESSON 5: Are religion and science at odds?

LESSON 6: How can I relate to a G‑d I cannot see?