The Hillel at Gallaudet presents: “Fascinating Evidence” by Rabbi David Kastor
How fascinating is it to come across a verse in a Jewish text that predicts a future event? For example, Rabbi Kastor has found evidence that the Purim Megillah (written over 1,000 years ago) predicted that ten Nazi officers would be hanged in 1946.
Rabbi Kastor will present eye-opening evidence derived from the Torah and other holy texts about Jewish populations, the world of animals, college mascots, and so much more. This presentation has been given at the Jewish Deaf Congress Conference in Washington, DC and many other cities. It’s a very popular topic!
Biography: Born deaf, Rabbi David Kastor attended Deaf school and Sunday Hebrew School until his bar mitzvah. Ultimately he graduated from Gallaudet University with a B.A. in Computer Science and married an Israeli woman, Tchia, who is also deaf. Rabbi Kastor eventually earned rabbinical ordination from Ner Israel in Baltimore and went on to establish the Ahavas Israel School for the Deaf in Frederick, Maryland because of his profound passion for Jewish education.
* Location: SLCC Atrium
* Time: 3pm to 4pm
This event is open to the public at free of charge, come bring your friends!