Thu, Jun 18|
Opening the Talmud: A Course for Beginners (Class #2)
The Talmud is a divinely inspired work of wisdom, law, & critical analysis. But many find it difficult to approach. Here's your chance to learn the basics and start studying Talmud. A Four-Part Series, hosted live on Zoom, enjoyed from the comfort of home. Enroll today to get started.
Time & Location
Jun 18, 2020, 8:00 PM – Jun 19, 2020, 9:00 PM
About The Event
The Talmud. Compiled circa 500 CE, the Talmud contains a record of debates and discussions between hundreds of Sages, elucidating the Mishnah, a written compendium of Judaism's oral traditions. The Mishna covers the full gamut of Jewish life, arranged in 6 books, each packed with succinct teachings. The Talmud thoroughly analyzes the Mishna in the light of contemporary works as well as subsequent teachings. Together they form a divinely-inspired work of massive scope.
The Talmud is recognized as an extraordinary scholarly achievement and a model of unparalleled critical analysis.
The Talmud. For centuries, this sacred body of wisdom was accessible only to the scholarly elite. The name alone evokes images of Rabbis and scholars poring over pages of tightly packed print.
The Talmud. Is for all of us. But many find it difficult to approach and decipher.
Here's your chance to learn the basics and start studying Talmud.
A Four-Part Series, hosted live on Zoom, enjoyed from the comfort of home. Enroll today to get started.