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Teshuva, Transgression and Transformation – A Journey through Tanach

Hosted By: Torah in Motion

In this 4-part series, we will explore literary models Teshuva by drawing on classic stories from the Tanach. We will use ideas from Hilchot Teshuva to better understand specific Tanach characters and their stories, which led them toward self-reflection, progress, and hopeful resolution. We will carefully examine the primary Tanach texts as well as supportive parshanim to draw insights into these stories and to help us reflect on our own Teshuva process as we approach the Yamim Noraim.

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Dr. Rebecca Winter

Originally from Toronto, Canada, Rebecca spent time learning in Israel at Midreshet Lindenbaum, MATAN and at Stern's Graduate Program for Advanced Talmudic Studies. Rebecca has taught Tanach and Gemara at various elementary and high schools in Toronto, New York and Atlanta and has also been involved in adult education through teaching at the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning in Atlanta, GA. Rebecca holds a Bsc. in Psychology, an MA in Brain Behavior and Cognitive Sciences, and a PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology. She currently works in private practice for neuropsychological assessment and serves on the faculty of Atlanta Jewish Academy (AJA) where she teachers Navi. Rebecca lives with her husband Josh, and 3 sons in Atlanta, GA.
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Jennifer Raskas

Jennifer Raskas is the Washington, DC, Manager at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, where she leads the institute’s efforts to provide Washington-based Jewish leaders with thought leadership rooted in Jewish sources. She is a trained facilitator for Resetting the Table, an organization that builds meaningful dialogue and deliberation across divides. Jennifer received her BA from Columbia University and her Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. She teaches classes widely on Hebrew literary approaches to readings in Tanakh and is a trained educator for the Matan Institute of Torah Studies program – Jewish Women Through the Ages. Through her volunteer work with The Orthodox Leadership Project, she helped co-found Ohr Torah Stone's new "International Halakha Scholars Program", which she will be studying in beginning this fall. Her writings have appeared in academic journals and in online Jewish learning forums.
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