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So You Believe in G-d — Now What?

New Class Starting- Living Your Belief

Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato, also known as the RaMCHAL, was one of Judaism greatest philosphers and kabbalists.  His writings have been praised as some of the finest works in Jewish thoughts. His book “Derech Hashem” (The Way of God) is probably the most systematic exposition of Jewish fundamentals ever written. Come join a group of people exploring his writings as he brings some clarity to many Questions we have as Jews.  “I might be willing to say there is a God, but how does that affect my daily life?” “Where does the system of our calendar, our holidays, our daily obligations all fit in to our connection with a Higher being?”

The group will be coming together every Tuesday night at  the office of Matthew S. Finberg, Esq at  2425 Canyon Blvd., Suite 110.  For more information please email Rabbi Moshe Heyman at Rmh@denverkollel.org.

About Rabbi Moshe Heyman

Rabbi Moshe Heyman has a Masters of Talmudic Law. As a Kollel scholar, he teaches Torah classes to Jews of all backgrounds through out the Denver-Boulder metro area.

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