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Class Schedule 2020-21

The 2020-21 academic year will begin on Sunday | October 18, 2020. 

Classes will be taught via zoom, Classes will be recorded and sent to registrants a few days after class. Full schedule | Class schedule in Hebrew 

Please join us and grow in Torah learning

You can make your payment with a foreign credit card. The amount paid will be deducted in dollars but the receipt will be in shekels.

Sefer Hachinuch

Rabbi Johnny Solomon

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Sunday 9:00-10:10 Yearlong

The Sefer HaChinuch is a unique and exquisite book that addresses the mitzvot in detail while also providing ethical, philosophical and spiritual explanations for mitzvot. It is, as Rabbi Dr. Isidore Epstein explains, ‘a calm, beautifully-tempered book, fully of tenderness, piety and fervour’, as well as a book that is ‘abundant in religious and ethical teaching and thought’. In this course we will study the Sefer HaChinuch’s treatment of certain mitzvot, as well as a variety of other halachic and hashkafic texts relating to those mitzvot. By doing so, participants will enrich their understanding of the mitzvot, and will gain a deeper understanding of some of the most important debates surrounding why we do what we do.

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Sunday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

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Rabbanit Shani Taragin, Educational Director

Sefer Yehoshua – Prophetic and Political Leadership

Rabbanit Shani Taragin

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Sunday 10:20-11:35 Yearlong
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Sunday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

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Rabbanit Shani Taragin
is a distinguished alumna of the Matan Beit Midrash program. She received her M.A. in Tanakh and Talmud from Bar Ilan University and is certified as a Halakhic Advisor.  Shani is the Educational Director of Matan’s Bellows Eshkolot Educators Institute for Tanakh and Jewish Studies and of the Morot L’Halakha program in Matan HaSharon and she is the curriculum coordinator for the Bnei Akiva-Matan Program (MTVA). In addition Shani teaches courses at Matan and other advanced women's Torah Institutes in Israel.

Bereishit

Rabbi Menachem Leibtag

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Sunday 11:45-13:00 Yearlong

Our study of SEFER (all-caps intentional) Breishit, will assume that the book is not simply a collection of stories, but rather a book of prophecy written for the people of Israel with a very specific prophetic purpose.  We will begin our study with an attempt to uncover that theme. Afterward, we will show how each of its stories relates to that underlying theme.  Finally, we will demonstrate how the book of Breishit forms a ‘prophetic platform’ for the rest of Tanach.

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Sunday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

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Rabbi Menachem Leibtag
founder of the Tanakh Study Center www.tanach.org, is an internationally acclaimed Bible scholar and pioneer of Jewish education on the internet. His essays on Parshat Ha’Shavua reflect his vibrant thematic-analytical approach, blending the methods of modern scholarship with traditional approaches.  As a Rebbe at Yeshivat Har Etzion, where he founded the Yeshiva's Virtual Beit Midrash, he is best known for his ability to teach students how to study Tanakh.   Rabbi Leibtag also teaches at Yeshivat Shaalavim, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Matan and routinely lectures around the globe, primarily as a scholar in residence in communities in North America.

Learn and Tour Course | A Tefillah Workshop

Rabbanit Shani Taragin & Rivi Frankel

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Monday 8:45-10:15 Yearlong

Rabbanit Shani Taragin & Rivi Frankel Tours with Shulie Mishkin

Learn and Tour Course: “ולעבדו בכל לבבכם”

When we approach the Beit Knesset, we have two books in hand – our Siddur and our Chumash. This year we will explore our connection between what we learn in Tanakh and what we pray in our Siddur. In the Chumash and Navi Hashem speaks to us, in the Siddur we talk to Hashem. In light of stories in Tanakh we will understand and appreciate how we talk to God.

We will divide the year by semester: In the first semester (taught by Rivi Frankel) we will focus on those who worshipped and prayed in the Tanakh – Avraham, Moshe, Chana, among others. In the second part of this course (taught by Shani Taragin) we will examine Mizmorei Tehillim and passages of Tanakh that have become incorporated in our regular Tefilla, thereby understanding our prayers more in depth.

The tours (with Shuli Mishkin) will take us through time and space to explore the creativity of prayer spaces. (The tours are done virtually over zoom.)

  1. November 9: From Temple to Synagogue: A look at the Mikdash and Bamot, and the transition to early Batei Knesset: Jerusalem, Tel Sheva,  Arad, Qumran, Jericho , Herodion and Masada.
  2. December 21: Northern Synagogues: One Type or Many? Migdal, Kfar Nachum, Korazim, Bet Alfa, Hukok and more.
  3. January 18: Jerusalem City of Synagogues: Ethnic Variety in Nahlaot, Italian Synagogue, Heichal Shlomo, Hurva.
  4. February 22: Kabbalah, Prayer and Graves : An In-Depth Tour of Tzfat
  5. April 19 : Creative Twists and Women in the Synagogue: Akko including the Tunisian Syagogue and the Ramhal Synagogue
  6. May 31: The Golan, A Laboratory for Synagogues: Gamla, Um el Kanatir , new excavations.
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Monday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Meaning in Mitzvot

Gina Junger

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Monday 9:00-10:15 Yearlong

When the Torah requires us to act in a certain way we hope that these actions will be meaningful. Intent and understanding can enhance our mitzvah observance. This course will explore our rich Jewish literature and commentaries in order to give “taam-taste” to the mitzvot we do from getting up in the morning to our observance of Shabbat and Jewish holidays.

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Monday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Gina Junger
made Aliya from the U.S. in 1983. She studied at Bar Ilan University. Gina has been involved in adult education since 1988 and for the past 22 years she has been lecturing in Jewish studies at Matan. She is currently giving Torah classes in the Ra'anana and Netanya branches of Matan.

Ezra Nehemiah: Return, reconstruction, revival and revolution

Yael Leibowitz

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Monday 10:20-11:35 Yearlong

This course will look at the work of Ezra-Nehemiah, one of the latest works of Tanakh, produced in Israel during the Persian Period.  Through a careful reading of the work, and comparisons to contemporaneous texts, we will attempt to gain a more nuanced understanding of the author’s worldview, and how the work of Ezra-Nehemiah was carefully constructed to reflect that unique outlook.

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Monday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Yael Leibowitz
has her M.A. in Judaic Studies from Columbia University. Prior to making Aliyah, Yael taught Tanakh in the Upper School of Ramaz, and then went on to join the Judaic Studies faculty at Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women. She has taught Continuing Education courses at Drisha Institute for Jewish Education and served as Resident Scholar at the Jewish Center of Manhattan. She is currently teaching at Matan and Pardes as she continues her studies at Bar Ilan.

Unlocking Tefillah from the Talmud to Today

Karen Miller Jackson

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Monday 11:45-13:00 Yearlong

This course will explore the history and meaning of tefillah through biblical, Talmudic and philosophical sources as well as positive psychology and the arts. Topics will include: the origins and development of the siddur, the significance of individual and communal prayer, the merits of voluntary vs. obligatory prayer, role models in tefilla and rabbinic sensitivity to the challenges of tefilla. Throughout the course, we will also explore the place of women in the tefilla experience.

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Monday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Karen Miller Jackson
is a Jewish educator and writer, who studies and teaches at Matan HaSharon and recently completed Matan HaSharon’s Morot l’Halakha program. She has an MA in Talmud and Midrash from NYU.

Shattering the Image of God: On Evil and Suffering in Jewish Texts

Tanya White

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Tuesday 9:00-10:10 Yearlong

As we face an unprecedented crisis for humanity many are asking how we continue in light of personal, national or universal tragedy. The perennial question of evil and suffering and the particular challenge it poses for religion is not new but in each generation the responses shed a new light on our struggles. This course will journey through a landscape of responses elucidated in our ancient texts and by modern Jewish thinkers. As we weave a tapestry of the rich and comprehensive wisdom taught by the great minds of judaism we will find that the ‘valley of the shadow of death’ invites moments of redemption and catharsis even when facing the most painful and often incomprehensible questions of existence known to man. Together we will approach the topic from both an intellectual and deeply human perspective hoping to shed light on a question that has vexed humanity since its inception.

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Tuesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Tanya White
Tanya White lectures in Philosophy and Tanach throughout Israel and abroad. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in Jewish Philosophy at Bar Ilan University. She is a graduate of the Matan Hasharon Scholars programme. Her search for an authentic and honest approach to Torah and contemporary issues through the prism of Jewish thought can be viewed on her blog-page www.contemplatingtorah.wordpress.com.

Moshe’s Last Will and Testament: A Legacy for Israel’s Future

Dr. Chana Tannenbaum

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Tuesday 10:20-11:35 Yearlong

In this course we will investigate Moshe’s final speech to the nation before his death. These parshiyot are usually unstudied as they fall during the summer vacation months. We will focus on the new and unusual mitzvot that appear in the book of Devarim.  Emphasis will be placed on applying the information as it relates to our lives today.

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Tuesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Dr. Chana Tannenbaum
has been a sought after Jewish educator for over thirty years. She was the recipient of the Baumel award as the most outstanding faculty member at Yeshiva University where she earned her doctorate in Jewish Education and Administration. Since making aliyah with her family in 1997 to Nof Ayalon, she has taught in Bar Ilan University, Michlelet Herzog and Matan.

Tanakh and Psychology: texts, stories and modern psychological theories

Rabbanit Leah Herzog

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Tuesday 10:20-11:35
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Tuesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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A Tradition of Machloket: Great Debates in Jewish History and Thought

Rabbi Eitan Ben David

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Tuesday 11:45-13:00 Yearlong

Jews love many things, but nothing more than a good argument. Unlike any other faith, our Halakhic tradition is a compilation not just of laws, but of debates and machlokot. Why is machloket such an integral part of the Jewish tradition? What are the boundaries of Orthodox thinking? Who is in and who is out? Who is right and who is wrong?

Join me as we explore our tradition of machloket from Rabbi Akiva and Rabbi Yishmael, to the Rambam and Spinoza, from Satmar Chassidus and Religious Zionism to Rav Ovadia Yosef and Aharon Barak.

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Tuesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Rabbi Eitan Ben David
is the Rabbi of Kehillat Shivtei Yisrael. Rav Ben David served in several rabbinic posts including in Lincoln Square Synagogue, the Yeshiva of Cape Town, SAR High School, and West Side Sephardic Synagogue.

Jewish Ethics in Contemporary Society (bi-weekly)

Gina Junger

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Tuesday 20:30-21:30 Yearlong

This course will apply Jewish teachings to address contemporary social issues. We will see how halacha adapts to face a changing society. We will explore the changing role of Jewish women in Torah study and communal life, the inclusion of people with disabilities in Jewish life, medical ethics and other pressing relevant topics. Encouraging class discussion and participation.

Dates for the first semester:

Oct.27

Nov.10

Nov.24

Dec.8

Dec.22

Jan.5

Jan.19

Feb.2

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Tuesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Gina Junger
made Aliya from the U.S. in 1983. She studied at Bar Ilan University. Gina has been involved in adult education since 1988 and for the past 22 years she has been lecturing in Jewish studies at Matan. She is currently giving Torah classes in the Ra'anana and Netanya branches of Matan.

Creation, Un-creation and Re-creation: Bereishit 5-11 – 2021

Dr. Yael Ziegler

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Wednesday 9:00-10:10 Yearlong

Bereishit 5-11 offers an account of humankind’s beginning. What do these chapters teach us about the Torah’s view of the cosmic order, the purpose of humans, the nature of a failed society, and the relationships between God and humans, man and woman, and brothers? We will employ midrashim, medieval parshanut, and literary tools in an attempt to mine these rudimentary and profound chapters for their lofty and universal messages.

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Wednesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021


Matan Zoom 2021



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Dr. Yael Ziegler
is a lecturer in Tanakh at Matan and at Herzog College. She grew up in Philadelphia and completed her B.A. at Stern College of Yeshiva University in New York. After making Aliyah in 1991, she completed her M.A. and Ph.D. in Tanakh at Bar Ilan University. Dr. Ziegler teaches Tanakh around the world, including in the USA, Canada, England, Switzerland, South Africa and Australia. She is the author of Ruth: From Alienation to Monarchy and Promises to Keep and her book on Megilat Eicha is due to be published in 2019.

Cycling Through Daf Yomi

Rabbanit Nechama Goldman Barash

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Wednesday 10:20-11:35 Yearlong

Jews around the world study the same page of Talmud each day as part of the 7-year cycle of the Daf Yomi. In this weekly class, we will review the key topics of the previous week’s seven pages, gaining an overview of the entire Talmud while also doing a deeper analysis of some of the core issues in that week’s text. We will gain insights into each Tractate being studied, and enjoy the benefits of moving through the Talmudic text with a “bird’s eye view” of the width and breadth of material covered and at a quicker pace. Whatever your background in Talmud, this shiur will allow you to connect to the worldwide phenomenon of Daf Yomi study, whether you learn the daf each day or just want to gain an overview of the entire Gemara.

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Wednesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Rabbanit Nechama Goldman Barash
is a graduate of Hilkhata, Matan's Advanced Halakhic Institute and is a certified Meshivat Halakha. In addition she is a Yoetzet Halakha, and a graduate of Matan’s Advanced Talmud Institute. She has an M.A. in Talmud from Bar-Ilan University. She is a graduate of Nishmat’s Yoetzet Halakha program as well as qualifying as a sex educator through Yahel and the Eden Center. She teaches contemporary Halakha and Talmud at Matan and Pardes, as well as teaching in Torah V'Avodah (TVA), a Bnei Akiva gap year program based in Matan. She is an active member of Beit Hillel and participates in interfaith dialogue through Roots, based in Gush Etzion.
Rabbanit Shani Taragin, Educational Director

Sefer Yehoshua – Succession and Settlement

Rabbanit Shani Taragin

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Wednesday 10:20-11:35 Yearlong

This year we will explore the challenges facing Yehoshua, successor to Moshe Rabbenu, as prophet, political and military leader of am Yisrael entering the Land of Israel. We will study the text of nevuah, accompanied by medieval and modern exegesis and the historiographical -prophetic messages. We will discuss issues presented in the narrative including: Divine intervention vs. human initiative, the relationship between the settlement of the tribes and their respective territories, individual choices vs. communal responsibilities, and the struggle to unify disparate tribes into a nation – then and now.

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Wednesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Rabbanit Shani Taragin
is a distinguished alumna of the Matan Beit Midrash program. She received her M.A. in Tanakh and Talmud from Bar Ilan University and is certified as a Halakhic Advisor.  Shani is the Educational Director of Matan’s Bellows Eshkolot Educators Institute for Tanakh and Jewish Studies and of the Morot L’Halakha program in Matan HaSharon and she is the curriculum coordinator for the Bnei Akiva-Matan Program (MTVA). In addition Shani teaches courses at Matan and other advanced women's Torah Institutes in Israel.

Shmuel Bet: David in Dialogue With Text and History

Yael Leibowitz

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Wednesday 11:45-13:00 Yearlong

Through a careful analysis of the narratives in Shmuel Bet, and later Biblical (and post-Biblical) references to David hamelekh, will attempt to understand what Jewish tradition has to say about the institution of kingship in Israel.

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Wednesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Yael Leibowitz
has her M.A. in Judaic Studies from Columbia University. Prior to making Aliyah, Yael taught Tanakh in the Upper School of Ramaz, and then went on to join the Judaic Studies faculty at Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women. She has taught Continuing Education courses at Drisha Institute for Jewish Education and served as Resident Scholar at the Jewish Center of Manhattan. She is currently teaching at Matan and Pardes as she continues her studies at Bar Ilan.

Parshat Hashavua: On Trauma and Healing (evening)

Dr. Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg

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Wednesday 17:00-18:30 Semester

How does a therapeutic model affect our understanding of the narratives of the Torah?

We will explore this using the lenses of midrashic, hassidic and psychoanalytic thought.

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Wednesday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - כ"ב בשבט תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - February 4, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Dr. Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg
teaches Parshat HaShavua at Matan and other Jerusalem venues. She holds a Ph.D. in English Literature from Cambridge University. She is an internationally sought after Bible teacher, and has published five well acclaimed books. She travels widely lecturing in Jewish, academic and psychoanalytic venues.

Around the Year in Eretz Yisrael | A Virtual Tour Series

Shulie Mishkin

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Wednesday 18:30-19:30 6 Tours

Wednesday September 30 | Sukkot: Gathering the Grain and Praying for Rain: A look at the natural resources and fruits of the land on Chag HaAsif, the harvest holiday.

Wednesday December 9 | Chanukah: My Glorious Brothers: How did the Hasmoneans change Jerusalem and Judaism?

Wednesday January 27 | Tu BShvat: The Chameleon of Holidays: from New Year to New Age, a look at Tu BShvat through the centuries.

Wednesday March 17 | Pesach: Pharaoh’s Heavy Heart: What can archaeology teach us about Tanakh?

Wednesday April 7 | Independence Day: The Negev, Israel’s Future: Pioneers and innovators from early Zionism to today in Israel’s south.

Wednesday May 5 | Jerusalem Day: Four Quarters, Four Stories: An in-depth look at the Old City of Jerusalem.

Times
Wednesday
September 30, 2020 - May 5, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Shulie Mishkin
is a licensed tour guide and lectures and leads the tours in Matan’s Learn & Tour programs. She has an M.A. in Jewish History from Columbia University and is a graduate of the Matan Scholars Program.
Dr. Dodi Fishman Tobin           , Dean of Students

Chasidic Insights into Parshat Hashavua

Dr. Dodi Tobin

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Thursday 9:00-10:10 Yearlong

The teachings of the Torah provide eternal guidance for how to live sanctified lives as individuals and as a nation.  In this course, the weekly parsha will be our springboard to delve into fundamental lessons in living, taught by chasidic masters such as the  Netivot Shalom and the Aish Kodesh, and other contemporary Religious Zionist thinkers. Our study will aim to enhance our spiritual lives in the here and now, and provide inspirational divrei Torah to share at our Shabbat tables.

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Thursday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Dr. Dodi Tobin
The Dean of Students of Matan's Bellows Eshkolot Educators Institute for Tanakh and Jewish Studies, and the coordinator of the Matan Advanced Tanakh Summer Institute. Dodi earned a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University, an M.A. in Bible from Bar Ilan University, a B.A. in Psychology from Barnard College, and is a graduate of Matan’s Master’s Program in Bible and Biblical Exegesis.

Rivalry and Reunion: The Joseph Narrative

Dr. Yosefa (Fogel) Wruble

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Thursday 9:00-10:10 Yearlong

(Breishit 37-50)

This year we will explore the seminal narrative of Joseph and his brothers.  In-depth literary analysis of the text will help us seek answers to the moral and theological questions underlying the plot development and understand its purpose and connection to the broader work of Breishit.  Our study will make use of classical exegesis, modern scholarship, and psychological insights to shed light on the troubled dynamics in the family of Jacob.

 

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Thursday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Dr. Yosefa (Fogel) Wruble
holds a B.A. from Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University in Judaic Studies and creative writing; she has a teaching degree in Tanakh from Herzog College and is a graduate of Matan's Tanakh Scholars' Program.  Her Masters and doctoral studies have been completed at Bar-Ilan University's Bible department.  She is also a madrichat kallot trained by Matan and Merkaz Eden.

God’s Name on Heathen Tongues in Biblical Narrative

Nava Finkelman

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Thursday 10:20-11:35 Yearlong

In this class we will look at foreigners in Tanakh who speak of Israel’s God. What brings these foreigners to talk about our God? What do they say, and how does it contribute to our understanding of their stories? In each of the dozens of cases we will examine, we will try to uncover the author’s hidden agenda which led to the specific way in which each story is written. We will see how these agendas differ according to historical eras, and what overall messages the biblical authors convey through these foreign characters.

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Thursday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - ז' בתמוז תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - June 17, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



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Nava Finkelman
is a graduate of the Matan Tanakh program. She holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University and an M.A. in Psychology and Occupational Therapy. Nava has taught in Midreshet Lindenbaum, Midreshet HaRova and Midreshet Yeud. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in Tanakh at Bar Ilan.

Parshat Hashavua: On Trauma and Healing

Dr. Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg

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Thursday 11:45-13:15 Semester

How does a therapeutic model affect our understanding of the narratives of the Torah?

We will explore this using the lenses of midrashic, hassidic and psychoanalytic thought.

Times
Thursday
ל' בתשרי תשפ"א - כ"ב בשבט תשפ"א
October 18, 2020 - February 4, 2021

Matan Zoom 2021



Price: 500 ILS
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Dr. Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg
teaches Parshat HaShavua at Matan and other Jerusalem venues. She holds a Ph.D. in English Literature from Cambridge University. She is an internationally sought after Bible teacher, and has published five well acclaimed books. She travels widely lecturing in Jewish, academic and psychoanalytic venues.