Sunday, Mar 07, 2021 4:00 PM
Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta on Zoom
The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta welcomes author and “The Rabbi’s Husband” podcast host Mark Gerson for an online discussion of his new book, “The Telling: How Judaism's Essential Book Reveals the Meaning of Life,” on Sunday, March 7, 2021, at 4:00 PM (EST). Gerson will appear in conversation with Rabbi Brian Glusman.
This program is presented in partnership with the National JCC Literary Consortium.
Your free ticket includes one complimentary copy of the “The Telling” with shipping (US only).
All books will be shipped after the event. Please note that USPS is experiencing delays due to the pandemic. Mailed packages may arrive several days later than usual.
About the Book
God didn’t design the Seder to put your kids to sleep.
Instead, the Seder is an experience your family should love, treasure and remember.
Have you ever wondered that there might be something more to Passover, the Seder and in the Haggadah―something that just might hold the secrets to living the life of joy and meaning that you were intended to?
In ”The Telling,” Mark Gerson, host of “The Rabbi’s Husband” podcast and renowned Jewish philanthropist, shows us how to make the Seder the most engaging, inspiring, and important night of the Jewish year. By using this book, you’ll be able to:
· Lead the Seder with wisdom, confidence and fun that guests will remember
· Make the Haggadah burst alive with insight for our opportunities, questions and challenges
· Show Gentile friends the richness of the Jewish tradition
· Instill a lasting love of Judaism within your children
· Bring your family closer together and closer to God
”The Telling” will enable you to see what the Haggadah really is: The Greatest Hits of Jewish Thought. This understanding will enable you to provide your guests with the most interesting, insightful and practically helpful night of the year―with teachings and lessons that will continue to brighten in the year to come.
About the Author
Mark Gerson is the co-founder of Gerson Lehrman Group and several other businesses in New York. He is also the co-founder and Chairman of United Hatzalah, the pioneering crowd-sourced system of volunteer first response that enables Israelis to be treated within the crucial first three minutes following any medical trauma. He is also the co-founder and Chairman of African Mission Healthcare, which supports the work of Christian medical missionaries in Africa. Gerson's articles and essays on subjects ranging from Frank Sinatra to the Biblical Jonah have been published in Commentary, The New Republic, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and many other publications. Mark is married to Rabbi Erica Gerson. They and their four children live in New York City.