Senior Rabbi Joshua Rose

Discuss The 10 Commandments and The 2nd Amendment

Rabbi Rose
Rabbi Rose

Rabbi Rose will facilitate a discussion on The Ten Commandments and The Second Amendment on Thursday, May 23rd at 7:30 pm.

Join the conversation and take aim at one of the most divisive issues in our country. Talk about the Jewish values that should inform our opinions regarding gun control. Does the Jewish abhorrence of violence lead us to condemn and restrict guns? Or does the Jewish belief in self-preservation and our history of persecution lead us to oppose government interference in gun ownership?

Come have a bite and a beverage at the Walnut Brewery, 1123 Walnut Street in Boulder, be part of the conversation, and learn a bit about what the Jewish tradition says about how to think through this issue.

There is no cost other than any food or beverage you select. No RSVP is necessary.

This is part of the Congregation Har HaShem “Ten Jews Walk Into a Bar” discussion series with Rabbi Josh Rose. Everyone is welcome to participate.

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