Date(s) - 05/19/2015
12:00 am - 9:00 pm
The Skirball Center - Temple Emanuel
No Jewish drama has the great legacy of the Exodus tale. We are commanded to honor and replay its great miracles every spring at the Passover table. Because when Moses led the Hebrew slaves out of Egypt, he catalyzed the birth of a nation.
But what really happened?
Find out when Dr. Richard Elliott Friedman, Davis Professor of Jewish Studies, University of Georgia, and Rabbi David S. Sperling, Professor of Bible, Hebrew Union College, who each maintain firm divergent views about the story’s historical truths, deconstruct that fateful night in Egypt long ago.