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Courses by date: September 2018

5 courses.

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A Special Morning with the Talmud and the Zohar

TC850-JCL Instructors: Matt Starting: 09/16/2018 Location: Jewish Community Library

If you are interested in exploring why the Talmud and the Zohar are relevant today, you should attend this unique joint teaching by Lehrhaus Chief Program Officer Rabbi Peretz Wolf-Prusan, and the world-renowned author and ...

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Back to the Prophets: The Books of I and II Kings: Elijah The Prophet

T106A-CCD Instructors: Cohen Starting: 09/20/2018 Location: Contra Costa Jewish Day School

This Fall, one of Israel’s greatest and most storied prophets, Eliyahu HaNavi, steps to the fore. The last section of I Kings and the start of II Kings focus on the myriad exploits of this ...

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Intermediate Yiddish

L250-BJ Instructors: Blady Starting: 09/26/2018 Location: JCC East Bay

For this course, students must have some background in Yiddish, including knowledge of the alef beis, or done previous coursework in the Yiddish language. Potential new students are welcome to sit in on the first ...

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The Building Blocks of Judaism (fall)

I150A-BA Instructors: Watenmaker Starting: 09/27/2018 Location: Congregation Beth Am

This course is for those who wish to learn (or re-learn) Judaism. All are welcome: non-Jews, Jews, interfaith couples, those considering conversion, and anyone who is interested in learning more about Judaism. Students will learn ...

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The Zohar Circle in Aramaic

PC600-CBE Instructors: Matt Starting: 09/26/2018 Location: Congregation Beth El

The Zohar Circle - continues for a fourth year under the leadership of Professor Daniel C. Matt and utilizing his epic translation and annotation: The Zohar: Pritzker Edition. We will discuss selections from Volume 4 ...