If you work in formal or informal education, explore a series of topical outlines that include videos, quotes, sources and lesson plans based on the teachings and writings of Rabbi Sacks.
Explore our teaching resources to consider the concept of “chosenness” and what it means to be a “Chosen People” according to Rabbi Sacks.
Discover video resources, short quotes, texts, and contemporary sources on the theme of Israel, examined through the thought of Rabbi Sacks.
In this unit you can find many sources, videos, and texts which explore the Jewish value of Family in the thought of Rabbi Sacks, and his contemporaries.
Discover video resources and texts to explore the themes of Universalism and Particularism in Jewish thought, and Rabbi Sacks’ ideology.
This unit contains many resources to explore the “The Great Partnership” – where science and religion peacefully coexist.
Find resources and texts which explore the question of “Why Be Jewish?”, and the importance of understanding and embracing our Jewish identity.
Discover our full resources and texts which explore the role of the value of Community in Jewish thought and Rabbi Sacks’ teachings.
Explore video resources and texts on Rabbi Sacks’ approach to Tefillah, as well as further quotes, ideas, and contemporary sources.
Use these resources and texts which explore Rabbi Sacks’ approach to Diversity, which he terms The Dignity of Difference.
Find resources and texts which explore the role, and value of, Leadership in Jewish thought, and from Rabbi Sacks’ perspective.
Explore videos, texts, and other resources about the day of Shabbat, from the thought of Rabbi Sacks, with additional Jewish sources included.
Delve into videos, texts, and further resources to understand the root and core issues with Antisemitism, as explained by Rabbi Sacks.
Find resources and texts which explore environmental ethics found within Jewish thought, and from Rabbi Sacks’ perspective.
Quotes, ideas, and key points about social activism and the Jewish perspective on taking responsibility, as taught by Rabbi Sacks.
Discuss approaches to interfaith dialogue, through the thought of Rabbi Sacks, as well as the benefits of learning about other faiths.