"Let My People Know"
Rabbi Bob leads classes through discussions on interesting topics, such as:
What Judaism Teaches about Death and Dying.
We don’t like to talk about it, but it is something each of us will face. Our Tradition has practices that show respect for the dead and offer comfort for the living. You’ll be surprised at what you learn.
How the Rabbi(s) Saved Hanukkah, or the Hanukkah You Never Knew.
Battling Brothers: Family dynamics haven’t changed much in the 3500 or so years of our Tradition. Brothers have always been at each other’s throats, literally and figuratively. The stories of Kayin and Hevel; Yishmael and Yitzchak; Esav and Ya’akov; Yosef and his brothers can teach us a lot about how we interact with each other and the consequences of those actions.
Warring Women: It’s not only the men who are at odds with each other in the Torah.
The women can match the men in terms of fury. Chava and Lilit (Adam’s first wife!); Sarah and Hagar; and Leah and Rachel can give the “battling brothers” a run for their money.
A Taste of Talmud.
Rabbi Bob took participants on a journey through some of the most important/interesting sections of the Babylonian Talmud.
Let's Take a Deep Dive Into Genesis.
What Does Judaism Say About Abortion?
Please contact the B'nai Sholom Office for more information about these programs.