Don’t miss this opportunity to attend our unique intensive study program in Jerusalem!
Encounter the Land, the Book and the People in a new and exciting way!
The book of Deuteronomy is framed as Moses’ farewell speech to the People of Israel just before they enter the Promised Land. We will examine the narratives, speeches, and laws in this book, using a variety of Jewish methodologies of interpretation, including Rabbinic midrash, medieval commentaries, mystical approaches, and modern critical approaches. The three week Bat Kol program includes approximately 50 hours of lectures on Deuteronomy, Hebrew language, and Jewish prayer, as well as synagogue visits and excursions in Jerusalem and the Galilee.
Tamara Cohn Eskenazi, Andrea L. Weiss, eds. The Torah: A Women’s Commentary (New York, URJ Press, 2008); Nehama Leibowitz, Studies in Bamidbar/Numbers (WZO, 1980); Jacob Milgrom, The JPS Torah Commentary, Numbers (Philadelphia and New York: Jewish Publication Society, 1990); Etz Hayim Torah and Commentary (New York: Jewish Publication Society, 2001)
The fee of $3,950 US includes:
Full board throughout the program;
Travel for site visits and cost of admissions.
TAKE THE PROGRAM FOR ACADEMIC CREDIT WITH AGREEMENT FROM YOUR COLLEGE (FEE $250 US)