In this talk David outlines the most influential and original idea about the Creation in the past five hundred years of Jewish thought: Tzimtzum.
He also demonstrates how the dynamic development of the revolutionary idea of Tzimtzum is reflected in the teachings of several major figures of Kabbalistic thought.
This lecture is best suited to a theatre-style audience with a recommended audience size of 50 to 200 people. David will require a white board for this presentation.
It is advisable to allow 90 minutes for all ‘one hour’ talks.