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Noah's Flood: A Rational Approach

The convergence of science and Torah is examined through the lens of this week's parsha and perhaps one of the most perplexing episodes in the Chumash - a catastrophic worldwide flood.

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Noah's Flood: A Rational Approach
Noah's Flood: A Rational Approach

Time & Location

Oct 25, 2022, 7:30 PM

Houston, 11333 Braesridge Dr, Houston, TX 77071, USA

About The Event

Join us for a special lecture from renowned speaker Rabbi Zalman Dubov of AISH HaTorah.

The convergence of science and Torah is examined through the lens of this week's parsha and perhaps one of the most perplexing episodes in the Chumash - a catastrophic worldwide flood.

Program is free.

Dinner will be served.

Registration Required.

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RABBI MIKHAIL ZALMAN DUBOV

Born in Minsk, Belarus, MZ grew up in Brooklyn in an immigrant family  which fled the USSR due to antisemitism. He attended public school until  enrolling in the Boston College Carroll School of Management, from  which he graduated with a B.S. in Operations & Business Consulting.  During his time at BC, he became heavily involved in Israeli Advocacy,  co-founding “Eagles for Israel.” While running diplomatic and cultural  events, MZ met Rabbi Chananel Weiner, a student of Rabbi Noach Weinberg  zt”l (the founder of Aish). Rabbi Weiner opened MZ’s eyes to the depth  and beauty of his Jewish roots. After graduation and before jumping into  the corporate world, MZ came to Aish to learn more and decided to stay,  having found his calling in life. With seven years of Torah study under  his belt, MZ received Rabbinical ordination from Rabbi Nachum Barowski  and Rabbi Avigdor Nebenzahl. He acts as the Director of the FoundAISHons  program, in which he teaches daily and serves as a mentor to students  past and present. Rabbi MZ enjoys playing basketball, hiking, taking  joyrides, listening to music, and teaching his kids about this wonderful  world in which we live. He and his wife often host for Shabbat in their  home in French Hill, Jerusalem.

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