Discussion on the Future of the Jewish People by three Israeli Visionaries. Part I
This discussion was originally held in 2007 but is still very relevant today. During these intervening years Moshe Dror and Yoram Getzler has since passed.
Mel Alexenberg is an artist who creates artworks at the interface between art, science, technology, and culture. His artworks explore interrelationships between digital age art and Jewish consciousness, space-time systems and electronic technologies, participatory art and community, high tech and high touch experiences, and responsive art in cyberspace and real space. His artworks exploring digital technologies and global systems are in the collections of more than forty museums worldwide. Alexenberg is Founding Dean of a new School of Art and Multimedia Design at Netanya College. He is the author of the books: The Future of Art in the Digital Age: From Hellenistic to Hebraic Consciousness.
Dr. Yitzhaq Hayut-Man
Recent discoveries of ‘The Gospel of Judas’ have spurred on intrigue into the ‘lost disciple’ of Jesus. Rabbi Moshe Dror reviews a new book ‘The Truth about Judas Iscariot’ by Dr. Yitzhaq Hayut-Man.
Dr. Rabbi Moshe DrorFuture Bible Commentary
Can artwork, not just text serve as commentary on the Bible? Dr. Rabbi Moshe Dror has launched a regular commentary on the Hebrew Bible at IsraelSeen.com, using the artwork of Philip Ratner and others. Ponder anew what the Almighty can do in the transmodern age.
Some of the points covered in the discussion are:
Bits and Atoms
Encoding the Spiritual Tradition
Return to Israel and the third Temple
Where is the Spiritual in Israel
Cyberspace and Real Space in Israel
Celebration of Channukah