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Drisha opens yeshiva in Israel

  • Mon May 07

    Trei Asar: Minor Prophets of Major Significance (Drisha@BJ)
    Nathaniel Helfgot

    7:30 PM

    Trei Asar: Minor Prophets of Major Significance (Drisha@BJ)
    Nathaniel Helfgot
    Mondays, 7:30-8:45pm

    Price: $ 275.00

    Class will take place at B’nai Jeshurun, 270 West 89th Street, between Broadway and West End Avenue.

    11 sessions: Feb 5, 12, 26, March 5, 12, 19, April 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7.

  • Wed May 09

    The Lonely Man of Faith: An Introduction to the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Daniel Rynhold and David Silber

    7:30 PM

    The Lonely Man of Faith: An Introduction to the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Daniel Rynhold and David Silber
    Wednesdays, 7:30-9pm

    Price: $ 100.00

    We will conduct a careful analysis of one of Rabbi Soloveitchik’s most important philosophical/theological writings and its connection to the man, his outlook, and his work.

    Dr. Daniel Rynhold will explore the philosophical dimensions of this book; Rabbi David Silber will introduce the class with an analysis of Rabbi Soloveitchik’s reading of the creation narratives.

    May 2 – David Silber on Adam I and Adam II and the Two Creation Narratives

    May 9 – Daniel Rynhold on The Rav on Modern Jewish Philosophy and the Problem of Faith; Introducing Adams I & II

    May 16– Daniel Rynhold on Adam II and the Covenantal Community

    May 23 – Daniel Rynhold on Who is the Lonely Man of Faith and What is the Significance of the Halakhic Life

    Hosted at a private home on the UWS. Information provided upon registration. Space is limited.

    4 sessions: May 2, 9, 16, 23

  • Wed May 16

    Aggada: Inside the World of the Rabbis – Post-Pesach (Drisha@LSS)
    Wendy Amsellem

    10:15 AM

    Aggada: Inside the World of the Rabbis – Post-Pesach (Drisha@LSS)
    Wendy Amsellem
    Wednesdays, 10:15-11:45am

    Price: $ 150.00

    You do not need to have taken part 1 to enroll in part 2.

    Class will take place at Lincoln Square Synagogue, 180 Amsterdam Avenue, between 68th and 69th Streets.

    6 sessions: April 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, 16.

  • Wed May 16

    Approaches to Tanakh- Biblical Poetry (Drisha@LSS)
    Michelle Levine

    12:00 PM

    Approaches to Tanakh- Biblical Poetry (Drisha@LSS)
    Michelle Levine
    Wed, May 2, 9:30-10:45am; Wed May 9 & 16, 12-1:15pm

    Price: $ 75.00

    What makes a poem in Tanakh? What are the defining features of biblical poetry? And why does it matter for the study of Tanakh? In this course, we will explore the integral relationship between form and rhetoric and the uniqueness of the literary genre of poetry to communicate the Bible’s meaning and messages. Our course will survey selections from biblical texts to delineate key characteristics of biblical poetry, and then we will study extensively two longer biblical songs, the Song of the Sea and the Song/Prayer of Hannah.

    Class will take place at Lincoln Square Synagogue, 180 Amsterdam Avenue, between 68th and 69th Streets.

     

    Note change in schedule:
    Class will meet Wednesday, May 2, 9:30-10:45am and Wednesdays, May 9 & 16, 12-1:15pm.

    3 sessions: May 2, 9, 16

  • Wed May 16

    The Lonely Man of Faith: An Introduction to the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Daniel Rynhold and David Silber

    7:30 PM

    The Lonely Man of Faith: An Introduction to the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Daniel Rynhold and David Silber
    Wednesdays, 7:30-9pm

    Price: $ 100.00

    We will conduct a careful analysis of one of Rabbi Soloveitchik’s most important philosophical/theological writings and its connection to the man, his outlook, and his work.

    Dr. Daniel Rynhold will explore the philosophical dimensions of this book; Rabbi David Silber will introduce the class with an analysis of Rabbi Soloveitchik’s reading of the creation narratives.

    May 2 – David Silber on Adam I and Adam II and the Two Creation Narratives

    May 9 – Daniel Rynhold on The Rav on Modern Jewish Philosophy and the Problem of Faith; Introducing Adams I & II

    May 16– Daniel Rynhold on Adam II and the Covenantal Community

    May 23 – Daniel Rynhold on Who is the Lonely Man of Faith and What is the Significance of the Halakhic Life

    Hosted at a private home on the UWS. Information provided upon registration. Space is limited.

    4 sessions: May 2, 9, 16, 23

  • Wed May 23

    The Lonely Man of Faith: An Introduction to the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Daniel Rynhold and David Silber

    7:30 PM

    The Lonely Man of Faith: An Introduction to the Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik
    Daniel Rynhold and David Silber
    Wednesdays, 7:30-9pm

    Price: $ 100.00

    We will conduct a careful analysis of one of Rabbi Soloveitchik’s most important philosophical/theological writings and its connection to the man, his outlook, and his work.

    Dr. Daniel Rynhold will explore the philosophical dimensions of this book; Rabbi David Silber will introduce the class with an analysis of Rabbi Soloveitchik’s reading of the creation narratives.

    May 2 – David Silber on Adam I and Adam II and the Two Creation Narratives

    May 9 – Daniel Rynhold on The Rav on Modern Jewish Philosophy and the Problem of Faith; Introducing Adams I & II

    May 16– Daniel Rynhold on Adam II and the Covenantal Community

    May 23 – Daniel Rynhold on Who is the Lonely Man of Faith and What is the Significance of the Halakhic Life

    Hosted at a private home on the UWS. Information provided upon registration. Space is limited.

    4 sessions: May 2, 9, 16, 23

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