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Awesome Ideas in Judaism Class over Zoom

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Time frame: 10 1-hour sessions

 

Description: In this course we'll explore some of the big ideas that form the foundation of Jewish life, practice, and spirituality. Through understanding these essential, but seldom explicitly articulated concepts, seekers at any stage of their journey through Judaism will be better able to engage with Jewish texts and traditions and will find more value in them. Our guide will be Rabbi Arthur Green's book Judaism's 10 Best Ideas, a short and easily accessible work that learners are strongly encouraged to pick up and read for themselves. Each of its ten chapters will serve as the jumping off point for learning and discussion of the sources Rabbi Green cites and how we can discover these Jewish ideas in our lives.

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Course Outline (10 Sessions):

  1. Simcha – Happiness as a Religious Precept

  2. Tzelem Elohim – Creation in God's Image

  3. Halakha – Walking the Path

  4. Tikkun Olam – Being God's Partner

  5. Shabbat – Getting Off the Treadmill

  6. Teshuvah – Faith in Human Change

  7. Torah – Text and Interpretation

  8. Talmud Torah – The Role of Education

  9. L'Hayyim – Accepting Death, Affirming Life

  10. Ehad – There Is Only One

In order to improve our online safety and security, the only way to join our Zoom services and study sessions will be by clicking on the invitation link provided to members in the What's Up.  There is an encrypted password within each link that ensures only invitees are able to join with video and chat functionality.  Please feel free to invite your friends and family using these links! Audio-only participation is still possible by calling (669)900-9128 and entering the Meeting ID number.

See the weekly What's Up for the Zoom link

If you are not a Beit Am member and would like to participate in the class, please contact the office at 541-753-0067 or office@beitam.org.

Event Date: 
Sunday, July 5, 2020 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

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