• December 3, 2020
  • 17 5781, Kislev
  • פרשת וישלח

Torah & Changing Biodiversity

Torah & Changing Biodiversity

In Bereshit (Genesis 7:14) the Torah says the words,“Every beast after its kind” when referring to all living creatures. In this course Rabbi David Sedley will explore  the impossibility of species extinction and the Jewish theological implications of changing biodiversity.

June 11, 2019 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Torah & Changing Biodiversity: Lesson
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Rabbi David Sedley lives in Jerusalem with his wife and six children. He was born and raised in New Zealand before making Aliya in 1992. He left Israel temporarily (for eight years) to serve as a communal Rabbi in Scotland and England and returned to Israel in 2004. He has translated Rabbeinu Yonah's commentary on Pirkei Avos and is the co-author of Sefiros: Spiritual Refinement Through Counting the Omer (both Judaica Press). Over the years Rabbi Sedley has worked as a journalist, a translator, a video director and in online reputation management. He also writes a weekly Torah blog on the Times of Israel.