Adult Education 2018-2019 -- Living Judaism
Judaism is in constant evolution. The Jewish lives that we lead today are different from those led by our ancestors, each generation is differnet from the one that came before it. Changes in Jewish law and practice can be seen in the Torah itself, and the development has continued ever since.
In the modern era, the Conservative Movement has adopted a particular approach to Jewish practice, attempting to strike a balance between traditional approaches and modern sensibilities. We will look at some of the teshuvot (Jewish legal opinions) that make the Conservative Movement stand out from other streams of Judaism in modern times and attempt to understand the process and values that led to particular positions. This will lead us to examine texts from throughout Jewish history, and discussions of values and ethics.
To register, contact Julia Coss in the PJC office.
Tuesdays: 4:00-5:30 p.m. or 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Proposed Class Dates (subject to change):
October 23rd & 30th
November 13th, 20th & 27th
December 11th & 18th
January 2019: 22nd & 29th
February 12th & 26th
March 12th, 19th & 26th
April 9th & 30th
May 14th & 21st