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Celebrate Completing the Fourth Book of the Torah

Hosted By: My Jewish Learning


Join My Jewish Learning to celebrate the end of Bamidbar (Numbers), the fourth book in our Torah Cycle.

My Jewish Learning’s editor Rachel Scheinerman and our group of expert panelists will take a look back at the major events and characters in Bamidbar. Together, we will explore the themes of this book of Torah and how it sets us up for what is to come.


Rabbi Elliot Goldberg is an executive coach and consultant, working with educational institutions to develop leadership, refine curriculum and improve instruction.  He has more than two decades of experience in Jewish Day schools and Ramah Camps. He is a regular contributor to My Jewish Learning’s A Daily Dose of Talmud.

Dr. Ethan Schwartz is an assistant professor of Hebrew Bible at Villanova University. He studies the Hebrew Bible in both the ancient Near Eastern setting in which it emerged and the Second Temple setting in which it became Jewish and Christian scripture. His research focuses on the prophetic literature, with interests in the representation of prophetic authority and social critique, the comparative study of biblical and ancient Near Eastern prophecy, the redaction of the prophetic corpus, and the reception of the prophetic literature in Judaism and Christianity. Other areas of research include the Pentateuch, the literature of Qumran, the ancient Jewish context of the New Testament, and the intellectual history of academic biblical studies.

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