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Courses by instructor: Rabbi Jeremy Morrison

Rabbi Jeremy Morrison

Rabbi Jeremy MorrisonJeremy is the Executive Director of Lehrhaus Judaica. Following his ordination in 2001 from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in New York, Jeremy served as Associate Rabbi of Temple Israel of Boston for 15 years. Among other leadership roles at Temple Israel, Jeremy was the founding director of the Riverway Project, a nationally recognized outreach and engagement initiative for adults in their 20s and 30s, and he served as the synagogue’s Director of Education. He earned a doctorate in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University, and his dissertation focused on the use of metaphors in the Bible and in other ancient Near Eastern texts. Jeremy lives in North Berkeley with his wife, Molly, and their two children, Ezekiel and Poppy.

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Introduction to the Jewish Experience: Israel and Texts

I120B-CBE Instructors: Morrison Starting: 01/16/2019 Location: Congregation Beth El

This course explores how Judaism became the text-centered religion that it is today, and how history informed Jewish practice. We'll investigate how the Bible was created and ways to read it, and how the history ...

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The Origins of the Bible and How to Read It: Leviticus and Deuteronomy

H300-CE Instructors: Morrison Starting: 04/09/2019 Location: Congregation Emanu-El

To many contemporary readers, the Bible often feels impenetrable and outdated, principally because of the manner in which Jewish texts have been taught in religious schools for generations. This course will explore methods for reading ...

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The Origins of the Bible and How to Read It: Prophecy and Wisdom Literature

H300-CBE Instructors: Morrison Starting: 03/07/2019 Location: Congregation Beth El

To many contemporary readers, the Bible often feels impenetrable and outdated, principally because of the manner in which Jewish texts have been taught in religious schools for generations. This three section course utilizes methods for ...

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The Origins of the Bible and How to Read It: Prophecy and Wisdom Literature

H300-OMJ Instructors: Morrison Starting: 05/01/2019 Location: Osher Marin JCC

To many contemporary readers, the Bible often feels impenetrable and outdated, principally because of the manner in which Jewish texts have been taught in religious schools for generations. This three section course utilizes methods for ...