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 Advanced Talmud:  The Halakhic Mechanism of Shelichut – Kiddushin Perek Bet and Related SugyotMonday & Wednesday
Explore the source for the concept of shelichut, the nature of the mechanism, and the halakhic parameters for its implementation.
July 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31 August 2, 7, 9
Rabbi David Nachbar, For women only, Tuition: $230

 VeAhavta LeRe’akha Kamokha: Emotions in HalakhahTuesday 10:15-11:30am
How can the Torah obligate us to feel a certain way? How are emotions like joy or anger subsumed into a life of Torah and Mitzvot?
July 11(17 Tammuz), 18, 25
Rabbanit Sara Tillinger Wolkenfeld,  For men and women,  Tuition: $65

 The Sin of Shiva Asar b’Tammuz:  Is G-d Jealous of a Golden Calf?
Tuesday July 11, 11:45am-1:00pm  ( 17 Tammuz)
Dean Rachel Friedman, For men and women, Tuition: $25

Learn on 17 b’Tammuz with Rabbanit Wolkenfeld & Dean Friedman
10:15am-1pm    Men and women invited Early bird $36

Educating Our Children for a New Reality
Tuesday evenings 8:15-9:15pm
Explore these issues with renowned educator and speaker Dr. Rivka Press Schwartz.
Week 1: Israel: How Do We Teach About It? July 18
Week 2: Talking About Hard Questions When We Don’t Have Easy Answers July 25
Dr.  Rivka Press Schwartz, For men and women
Tuition: $45 (early bird:  register by July 1– $36 for series)

 Parashat HaShavua
Wednesday 10:15-11:30am
Analyze the parashah with classical and literary sources.
July 12, 19, 26
Rabbi Hayyim Angel
For men and women
Tuition: $65

Calamity and Consolation: The Message of Yeshayahu HaNavi
Thursday 10:15-11:30am
Explore the relevance of Isaiah’s prophecies to the Three Weeks period and to our daily lives.
July 13, 20, 27
Rebbetzin Shira Schiowitz, For men and women, Tuition: $65

Churban Be’Einei Rabbanan: Rabbinic Responses to Destruction
Thursday 11:45am- 1:00pm
How did chazal cultivate a longing for Zion without promoting destabilizing forces of messianism?  Explore Midrashic and Aggadic reactions to the destruction of the Temple.
July 13, 20, 27
Rabbi Daniel Fridman, For men and Women, Tuition: $65