Intellectual Activities

"If I am not for myself, who will be for me? But if I am only for myself, who am I? If not now, when?"
Ethics of the Fathers, 1:14

Debate is at the heart of exchanges among the masters of the Talmud. They gladly doubt, hassle and often end up agreeing. Since then, Judaism is a fascinating debate on the Jewish condition and this is this polemical characteristic that allows Judaism to open up to major social issues, new moral dilemmas and challenges scientific discoveries, technological applications, and advances in medicine. The intellectual debate is so rooted in the rabbinic debate that without it, Judaism takes the risk to lose its relevance.
Hulya encourages intellectual activities that enrich Judaism and clarify the roles and responsibilities of the Rabbi in the city and in the community. It also provides support to the publication of books on Jewish practices as well as artistic production enrolling in the vocation of Hulya.

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