Access Judaism: Radical Responsibility for the World
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Radical Responsibility for the World:
Where did the Jewish sense of personal responsibility for Tikkun Olam/Healing The World come from? What wisdom can we glean from ancient perspectives? How can we best apply these values to our lives today? No experience necessary. All are welcome.
This is one class in a 16-class series called Access Judaism, intentionally designed by Rabbi Heather Miller. Taken together, classes feature a broad spectrum of Jewish subjects in the realm of history, rituals, culture, philosophy, law, and spirituality. These classes, which include post-class reflection questions and responses, can also count towards requirements for conversion or adult B'nai mitzvah.
“Rabbi Miller has a great sense of humor, and you can tell she really loves sharing her knowledge.”
“She involves her students so it’s not a lecture format, and we were encouraged to ask questions or insert comments as the evening went along. She makes everyone comfortable in her presence and allows time for all of us to learn a little about the others in the group.”
"Rabbi Miller made these wise and learned people viable for me, allowing me to connect on a more personal level with each one. I loved my experience with Rabbi Miller and am looking forward to more learning opportunities with her. She's a wonderful teacher."
No expereince necessary. All are welcome!
All classes are FREE. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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Wednesdays at 7pm PT/ 8p MT/ 9pm CT/ 10pm ET:
The complete lineup is:
Access Judaism: SESSION 1:
10/6 Personal Inventory of Belief
10/13 Radical Responsibility for the World
10/20 Demystifying Denominational Differences
10/27 The Flavors of the Holy Books
11/3 One for Every Mood: The Jewish Holidays
11/10 Jewish Intermarriage: A History
11/17 The Righteous Economic Vision of the Rabbis
11/24 The Kabbalistic Non-Binary God
Access Judaism SESSION 2:
5/11 The Intelligent Design of the Prayer Service
5/18 Reform Renovations of the Prayerbook
5/25 Rituals as Markers of Transition
6/1 The Characteristics of a Good Jew
6/8 Slam Poetry in the Golden Age
6/15 Bad Theology: Terrible Explanations of Why The Righteous Suffer
6/22 Siblings or Cousins?: Jews and Christians in the First Century
6/29 Before You Die, Consider These Rabbinic Thoughts
If you have further questions, or to introduce yourself, please don't hesitate to reach out
to Rabbi Miller: email@example.com
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