We are thrilled that over 130 congregations and 2000 participants enjoyed the debut of ScholarStream this Fall. We are excited to announce the next series beginning in January 2021. ScholarStream is a four part series which will give communities the opportunity to learn from some of the world’s leading scholars and engage deeply with our texts and traditions.
Our second Ziegler series will be offered on the following dates and times, meeting for one hour each week:
The Stories We Tell: Revealing Ourselves in Ancient Narratives
Wednesdays 10 - 11 PM ET / 7 - 8 PM PT
- January 27 - Rabbi Ilana Grinblatt, What Can We Learn from a Turbulent Time: Torah to Keep us Afloat
This session will explore biblical and rabbinic narratives that offer spiritual lessons to sustain us during this pandemic.
- February 3 - Dr. Ron Wolfson, The Seven Questions You’re Asked in Heaven
- February 10 - Rabbi Dr. Bradley Artson, Acquiring Torah: The Story of Rabbi Akiva
The fascinating story of a rise from illiterate poverty to pre-eminence in learning and wealth. Rabbi Akiva seems to have it all!
- February 17 - Rabbi Patricia Fenton, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? A Case of Mistaken Identity
Registration for each session will close at 11 AM ET on the morning of that session. Registration will remain open for future weeks until the morning of the given session.
Individuals can sign up via this registration page at a cost of $25 for the series
or for free if you have a coupon code provided by your congregation. Questions? Email Max Arad at firstname.lastname@example.org