Judging morality is an ongoing topic of discussion, especially when considering the construct of religion. Who makes the rules on morality if there isn’t a god? And what does “judgement” look like in the modern era when we have progressed as human beings?
Rabbi Jeffrey Falick of the Congregation for Humanistic Judaism Metro Detroit (formerly the Birmingham Temple) speaks in a series on the topic of morally repugnant acts described in the Torah and how traditional Judaism approaches this. These talks took place February 4, 18 and 25 respectively of 2017.
This series can be found on Library SHJ