Bnai Tikvah

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The Jewish Community Center of North & South Brunswick New Jersey

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Over thousands of years, Judaism has developed a fascinating variety of texts, ideas, symbols, and practices whose purpose is to create an intimate link between human beings and the Divine. In this class, we will take a taste of several of... more

The topic of Jewish history is vast, spanning four thousand years and the entire globe. In this class, we will use James Michener's classic "The Source", together with Eli Barnavi's magnificent "A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People", to... more

Over thousands of years, Judaism has developed a fascinating variety of texts, ideas, symbols, and practices whose purpose is to create an intimate link between human beings and the Divine. In this class, we will take a taste of several of... more

Over thousands of years, Judaism has developed a fascinating variety of texts, ideas, symbols, and practices whose purpose is to create an intimate link between human beings and the Divine. In this class, we will take a taste of several of... more

A discussion of the many different aspects of the death and mourning process, including the traditions concerning the taharah, the chevra kaddisha, the burial, the mourning process, and the comforting of mourners, among others.... more

The topic of Jewish history is vast, spanning four thousand years and the entire globe. In this class, we will use James Michener's classic "The Source", together with Eli Barnavi's magnificent "A Historical Atlas of the Jewish People", to... more

Over thousands of years, Judaism has developed a fascinating variety of texts, ideas, symbols, and practices whose purpose is to create an intimate link between human beings and the Divine. In this class, we will take a taste of several of... more

After the war, the full enormity of Nazi genocide became clear. At the same time, Germans and Allies alike claimed "they knew nothing" of the horrors that had been ongoing for nearly 5 years. Our view of the military and diplomatic... more

The 2nd in a series of lectures this year by Rabbi Robert L. Wolkoff
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