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Biblical theologian Rabbi Burton Visotzky

Biblical theologian Rabbi Burton Visotzky teaches at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City. He's best known for his Genesis seminars, attended by novelists, poets, editors, filmmakers, CEOs, and attorneys to understand the relevance of Genesis to modern life. It became the basis of a 10-part PBS series in 1996. He is also the author of The Road To Redemption: Lessons from Exodus on Leadership and Community.


Other segments from the episode on September 17, 2001

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, September 17, 2001: Interview with Lowell Bergman; Interview with Thomas Goutierre; Interview with Burton Visotsky.


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