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A Conversation with Rabbi Dr John Levi

The Wellington Council of Christians and Jews Presents -

A Conversation with Rabbi Dr John Levi

"A Lifetime of Jewish - Christian Relations"

Monday, 1st September 2008
7:30 - 9:00 pm
Temple Sinai, 147 Ghuznee Street, Wellington

A light supper will be served

Rabbi John Levi AM has a distinguished academic record in both rabbinic and secular scholarship. His passion for inter-religious relations led him to help found the Victorian Council of Christians and Jews, and later, the Australian Council of Christians and Jews, of which he is a Patron.

He was
recently appointed Adjunct Professor to the Asia-Pacific Centre for Inter-religious Dialogue based at the Australian Catholic University's Melbourne Campus. Rabbi Levi was also instrumental in the founding of Wellington's Temple Sinai.

Koha at the door


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