Taught by Rabbi Neal Borovitz,
a member of Hevreh and The Berkshire Minyan
Rabbi Emeritus Temple Avodat Shalom River Edge NJ
National Vice Chair of The Jewish Council for Public Affairs
The short but powerful Book of Amos is a combination of biographical and auto-biographical narratives that convey the message that ordinary people can do extraordinary things when inspired to choose the ethical over the expedient.
In this four session text study of the Book of Amos we will seek to understand the timeless and universal challenge of holding leaders accountable for their actions and creating a society ruled by laws rather than potentates.