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Access Judaism: Siblings or Cousins? Jews and Christians in the First Century

Hosted By: Keeping It Sacred (KITS)

Did Christianity spring forth from Judaism? Or did contemporary Judaism and Christianity emerge together? Learn the roots of both and you decide: Siblings or Cousins or parent/child? We’ll make proto-rabbinic Judaism fun and accessible! No experience necessary. All are welcome.

This is one class in a 16-class series called Access Judaism, intentionally designed by Rabbi Heather Miller. Taken together, classes feature a broad spectrum of Jewish subjects in the realm of history, rituals, culture, philosophy, law, and spirituality. These classes, which include post-class reflection questions and responses, can also count towards requirements for conversion or adult B’nai mitzvah.

Access Judaism SESSION 2:

5/11 The Intelligent Design of the Prayer Service

5/18 Reform Renovations of the Prayer book

5/25 Rituals as Markers of Transition

6/1 The Characteristics of a Good Jew

6/8 Slam Poetry in the Golden Age

6/15 Bad Theology: Terrible Explanations of Why The Righteous Suffer

6/22 Siblings or Cousins?: Jews and Christians in the First Century

6/29 Before You Die, Consider These Rabbinic Thoughts

 

If you have further questions, or to introduce yourself, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Rabbi Miller: rabbimiller@keepingitsacred.com

All classes are FREE. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

If you’d like to contribute the suggested donation of $25/class, $180/ 8-class session, or $300 for the entire 16-class Access Judaism course,

please venmo @keepingitsacred,

follow this PayPal link: paypal.me/keepingitsacred

or send check to: Keeping It Sacred 27068 La Paz Rd. #781 Aliso Viejo, CA 92656

Thank you for helping to power our sacred work.

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