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  • Shavuot at COSTuesday, June 11 - Thursday, June 13
    Scholar in residence: Rabbi Yechiel Krisch
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  • JLI Course: Decisions of FateSTARTING May 15 & 20, 2024
    4 Wednesday Evenings | 7:00 PM-8:30 PM
    4 Monday Afternoons | 12:00 PM-1:30 PM
    Your Jewish compass for navigating questions of medical ethics.
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  • Lunch N' Learn Torah Studies SEASON 3Applying the weekly Torah portion to contemporary life.
    Wednesdays at 12:00 pm at the Jewish Learning Center
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  • Program GuideSee what's happening throughout the year at Chabad of Scottsdale, with our handy program guide! more info
  • Planned GivingLeave an eternal legacy to the Jewish Community. Remember Chabad in your will. More Information
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Chabad of Scottsdale provides synagogue services, spiritual guidance, community outreach and education to inspire all Jews to discover their common bond of Jewish faith and observance. We do this according to the Chabad Lubavitch philosophy of Ahavat Yisrael with unconditional love and concern for every Jew, regardless of religious background or affiliation. Chabad of Scottsdale's numerous programs and activities provide the education and means to promote Jewish knowledge, awareness and practice to experience our Jewish heritage connecting us to our past, present and future. Chabad of Scottsdale encourages positive action on the part of each Jew and offers its educational programs to all Jewish organizations, synagogues and groups in its efforts to increase Jewish knowledge and observance.
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At first, there was punishment. There were prophets who warned the people—for there is no punishment without warning. There were people who understood what they were doing and did it anyways—for there is no punishment without conscious intent. And so, up to and including the destruction of the First Temple, there was punishment. But then came a time when there were no prophets to provide due warning. And rare was the man who had the power of mind to intentionally sin. The suffering that occurred then, since the time of the Second Temple, cannot be called punishment. Instead it is called...
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