The feedback from our first chat in the series of “Two Reverends and a Rabbi” was quite positive and encouraged us to meet again for a chat. Then, we talked about life, faith and the need for reasoning to have faith. In this panel conversation we shared more stories – personal and others – along with theology and personal views.
First we tried to define God, as we intertwined theological views together with our own personal convictions. To that end, I had a conversation with Batyah in which we talked about the very same subject. I referred to the idea of Divine Providence in our conversation then, as I also did in this panel.
We also talked about how faith can help when adverse situations happen and we need to cope with severe health issues, lose of loved ones and other personal calamities.
The issue of conversion from one faith to another was also an interesting topic in our conversation. The audience, residents of the Rouge Valley Manor (an elderly home) challenged us with intriguing questions.