Is God an Angry Vegan?
As plant-based diets grow in popularity, Rabbi Jesse explores what Jewish tradition has to say about the ethics of eating—or not eating—meat. In a nonjudgmental setting, consider what our obligation is to the sources of our food, and how being mindful of this is not just a nice contemporary practice, but an idea encoded deeply within Jewish spirituality.
We'll ask questions of each other that can help us make decisions about how we eat and what kind of society we want to be a part of building together. Open to vegans, vegetarians, and carnivores alike.
No one will be turned away from any of our classes due to lack of funds. For more information, please contact our Religious Programming Associate, Leila.
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