Jewish Wisdom for Life’s Great Questions

Our tradition provides us with a record of debate and discussion from Jews in every generation going back to Abraham of thinkers who were applying Jewish wisdom to their everyday dilemmas. Join in the conversation as we listen to (and sometimes argue with) Jewish sources on everything from that “10-day gratitude challenge” your cousin is posting about, to whether protest or prayer is more effective in making political change. You’ll see that ancient wisdom can help us tackle the very questions that modern life presents to us.

Register for class here.

The curriculum for this course was developed by IYUN. Learn more here. Download the class syllabus here

Class will meet on the following Thursdays from 6:30 – 8 PM:

  • Feb. 22, 29
  • Mar. 7, 14, 21
  • Apr. 4, 11, 18, 25

Pricing:
$36 for members/$54 for non-members.

If pricing is prohibitive to participation, please reach out to Alex Pomerantz for assistance.

This class will be taught in person at Beth Am with a virtual option available for those who need it. The Zoom link will be shared with those who have registered. Please email Rav Daniel with any questions or concerns.