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Wednesday March 12, 2008 • 8:00 pm
Young Israel of Flatbush
1012 Avenue I, Brooklyn, NY 11230
(corner Coney Island Avenue; subway: Q train to Avenue J)
Rabbi Kenneth Auman,
Rabbi,Young Israel of Flatbush
Rabbi Dovid Goldwasser, Rabbi, Khal Bais Yitzchok
Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Executive Vice President of the Orthodox Union
Parshanut Hamikra: An Afternoon of Tanach learning
Sunday, March 23
For Men and Women- Free Admission
Registration at 12:30 PM, Sessions begin at 12:45 PM
Mincha and Conclusion 5:30 PM
Refreshments will be served
- Rabbi Allen Schwartz: INTRODUCTION: A Book for the Ages: How the Tanach has Been Studied Throughout History
- Dr. David Berger: Jewish Approaches to the "Suffering Servant" of Isaiah 53
- Mrs. Yael Leibowitz
- Rabbi Yehuda Sarna: God: A Character Analysis
- Rabbi Allen Schwartz: Do we read Rashi the way Ibn Ezra and Rashbam did?
- Dr. Shira Weiss: Philosophical interpretation of the Gan Eden Narrative
- Rabbi Jeremy Wieder: Omeq Peshuto shel Miqra: The Relevance of Academic Bible to Talmud Torah
- Ms. Miryam Brand: Biblical Interpretation in the Second Temple Period: “Rewritten Bible” & the Concept of Sin
- Dr. Arthur Hyman: Maimonides as Biblical Exegete
- Rabbi Menachem Leibtag: Yeshayahu - one of the earliest "parshanim" of Chumash
- Dr. Lawrence Schiffman: Halachic Midrash in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Chazal
- Rabbi Moshe Simkovitch: Biblical Sources of the Mitzva of Tefilla: Are Any Really About Prayer?
- Rabbi Shalom Carmy: “From the Depths”--Between Radak and R. Hutner
- Dr. Mordechai Cohen: Ha-peshatot ha-mithadeshim be-khol yom: Exciting new developments in the scholarly study of parshanut ha-miqra
- Rabbi Yaacov Jaffe: Ramban’s Thematic Analysis of Chumash: “Parshanut” or Forced Reading?
- Dr. Mitchell Orlian: Mishpat Micha - Micha Chapter 6 (Hebrew)
- Mrs. Malka Simkovitch: The role of fertility and infertility in the Gan Eden story and in the Patriarchal narratives in Genesis.
- Dr. Shawn Zelig Aster: The Image of Exodus in Isaiah
- Rabbi Ezra Frazer: How Do Mefarshei HaPeshat Approach Halachic sections of the Torah
- Dr. Shalom Holtz: Prayer in Heaven & Prayer on Earth in Tehillim 29
- Rabbi Menachem Leibtag: The underlying logic behind “ein mukdam u’m’uchar ba’Torah"
- Mr. Yehuda Kraut: Deciphering the Shema: A New Approach to Devarim 6:4
Co-sponsored by the Orthodox Union
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