Jewish Theological Seminary

Between This World and the Next: Rabbinic Visions of Purgatory

From: 2023-02-06 1:0 PM
To: 2023-02-06 2:30 PM

The Kabbalah of Tzefat

From: 2023-02-08 1:15 PM
To: 2023-02-08 2:30 PM

“The World as Liminal: Genesis and the Incompleteness of Creation”

From: 2023-01-30 1:0 PM
To: 2023-01-30 2:0 PM

Violence and Peace in Sacred Texts

From: 2023-02-07 1:0 PM
To: 2023-02-07 2:0 PM

Why Jewish Theology Still Matters

From: 2023-01-25 7:30 PM
To: 2023-01-25 9:0 PM

The Kabbalah of Tzefat

From: 2023-02-08 1:15 PM
To: 2023-02-08 2:30 PM

Between the Lines: We Are Not One

From: 2023-02-07 7:30 PM
To: 2023-02-07 8:30 PM

Jumpstart Your Biblical Hebrew

From: 2023-01-26 2:0 PM
To: 2023-01-26 3:30 PM

Remembering Heschel: With Professor Arnold Eisen and Rabbi Shai Held

From: 2023-01-16 7:0 PM
To: 2023-01-16 7:0 PM

The Exodus in the Jewish Tradition: Philosophy, Bible, Midrash, and Art

From: 2023-01-18 12:0 PM
To: 2023-01-18 1:0 PM

The John Leopold and Martha Dellheim Senior Recital 2023

From: 2023-01-26 7:0 PM
To: 2023-01-26 8:30 PM

The Exodus in the Jewish Tradition: Philosophy, Bible, Midrash, and Art

From: 2023-01-11 12:0 PM
To: 2023-01-11 1:0 PM

Between the Lines: Peter Bergson: The Jewish Lobbyist Who Advocated to Save Jews During the Holocaust

From: 2023-01-11 1:0 PM
To: 2023-01-11 2:0 PM

Where Do We Draw the Line?

From: 2022-12-19 1:0 PM
To: 2022-12-19 2:30 PM

Between the Lines: The Stories They Tell

From: 2022-12-05 7:30 PM
To: 2022-12-05 8:30 PM

Between the Lines: The Object of Jewish Literature

From: 2022-12-05 7:30 PM
To: 2022-12-05 8:30 PM

Censoring the Holocaust: How Books Shape Our View of a Painful Past

From: 2022-12-05 1:0 PM
To: 2022-12-05 2:30 PM

Heschel on Prophecy: Spirituality and Activism

From: 2022-11-30 8:0 PM
To: 2022-11-30 9:0 PM

The Circle of Censorship and Book Burning in East European Jewry

From: 2022-11-30 1:0 PM
To: 2022-11-30 2:0 PM

Great Thinkers Who Have Influenced Conservative Judaism

From: 2022-11-30 8:0 PM
To: 2022-11-30 9:0 PM
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The Exodus in the Jewish Tradition: Philosophy, Bible, Midrash, and Art

Part of ScholarStream, a partnership of the Conservative Movement

Four Wednesdays, 12:00–1:00 p.m. ET
Online

THE EXODUS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE THOUGHT OF PROF. A. J. HESCHEL (IN HONOR OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY AND THE 50TH YAHRZEIT OF PROF. HESCHEL)

January 11 

With Professor Ari Ackerman, President and Associate Professor of Jewish Thought, The Schechter Institute

TWO CONCEPTIONS OF THE MIRACLE AT THE SEA

January 18

With Rabbi Prof. David Frankel, Associate Professor of Bible, The Schechter Institute

THE TEN PLAGUES AND THE EXODUS IN JEWISH ART

January 25

With Rabbi Prof. David Golinkin, President, The Schechter Institutes, Inc.

“BY THE MERIT OF RIGHTEOUS WOMEN WERE OUR ANCESTORS REDEEMED FROM EGYPT”: A MIDRASHIC VIEW OF THE EXODUS

February 1

With Dr. Tamar Kadari, Senior Lecturer in Midrash, The Schechter Institute

Individuals can sign up at a cost of $25 for the series, or for free with a code from a sponsoring congregation.

ABOUT SCHOLARSTREAM

Beginning in August and spanning all the way up to Shavuot, JTS is partnering with other Conservative Movement seminaries and institutions to offer seven lecture series featuring outstanding scholars and teachers from across the movement.  Synagogues are invited to become ScholarStream co-sponsors so that their members may enjoy all of the lectures at no charge.