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Who Should Fast on the Day Before the Seder?

Ever wondered whether you should be fasting on the day before Pesah? This rather complex question is explored in this short essay by R. Ethan Tucker, appearing on his blog halakhah.org.

The main questions: what kind of firstborn needs to fast—maternal? paternal? both? How does this relate to other kinds of laws applying to firstborns, like pidyon haben? And how is it that many people who would be obligated avoid fasting on the 14th of Nisan altogether?

What is a Jew?

Rabbi Ethan Tucker on ELI Talks

Shamor and Zachor in Stereo (LimmudNY)

Making Sense of Shabbat

Watch the video of Rabbi Ethan Tucker teaching at LimmudNY 2014, as recorded by Shalom TV.

Is Torah Still Relevant? Morning of Learning at Schechter Westchester

Why should we study Torah as an adult? Is Torah still relevant? Join Mechon Hadar faculty and teachers from Schechter Westchester for a morning of learning on Sunday March 30th. You can find all the details below.

 

Keynote Address—Is Torah Study Still Relevant?: Why Study Torah as an Adult?

R. Ethan Tucker

 

What is the Story of the Jewish People?: A Close Reading of the Haggadah Narrative

R. Elie Kaunfer

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What Are Human Beings Worth?: A Jewish Theology of Human Dignity and Self-Worth

R. Shai Held

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What is a Jew and Why Does it Matter?

R. Ethan Tucker

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How Can We Pray to God as a King?

R. Elie Kaunfer

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Humiliation: Judaism's Fourth Cardinal Sin

R. Shai Held

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Four Different Questions: A Hassidic Approach to the Beginning of the Seder

Dena Weiss

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Gender and Tefillin: Possibilites and Consequences

Rabbi Ethan Tucker in Times of Israel

 

With all the controversy regarding two Modern Orthodox day schools (SAR and Ramaz) who have allowed the practice of some female students to wear tefillin, Rabbi Ethan Tucker has joined the discussion with his own thoughts on the topic. He gives an overview of four different approaches one could take to the practice of tefillin and their various strengths and weaknesses, and addresses the fundamental questions at stake.

It appeared in the Times of Israel on January 26th 2014, as well as on Rav Eitan's Halakhah Think Tank; it is also available to download in PDF format from the Center for Jewish Law and Values at Mechon Hadar.

Real Questions, Honest Answers: Kashrut Q&A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, January 13, 7:30-9pm

Can I kasher a dishwasher in the apartment I am renting?  What can I buy in Fairway without a hechsher?  How do I navigate my family's Thanksgiving dinner?  Our kashrut questions often seem small, but can reflect a complex array of life choices.

Bring your tough questions and R. Ethan Tucker will bring the depth of halakhic discourse in an evening of honest learning about one of the most central aspects of Jewish life.

Cost: $10 per person, $5 if you are a student

Location: 190 Amsterdam Ave. at 69th Street

 

 

Can you fast a half day?

10 Tevet on a Friday

This year, the fast on the 10th Tevet falls on a Friday (13th December). This brings into conflict the fast (which finishes at sundown) and shabbat (which begins before sundown). How can we resolve this contradiction between the mourning of the fall of Jerusalem on the 10th Tever and rejoicing in our shabbat? Rabbi Ethan Tucker does a comprehensive overview of the main halakhic sources about this issue in this publication from the Center for Jewish Law and Values at Mechon Hadar.

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Can Jewish Ideas Change Your Life?

Can They Change the World?

A special evening with R. Sharon Brous, R. Shai Held and R. Ethan Tucker

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

The CJLI is already bringing out weekly Divrei Torah from R. Shai Held. Watch this space for more events and content from the CJLI.

Community Beit Midrash Kick Off

Reading and Rereading the Akedah: Ethics, Submission and Serving God

An evening with Erin Leib Smokler, Rabbi Dov Linzer and Rabbi Ethan Tucker

October 15th, 2013.

The Binding of Isaac raises many core religious questions: Is true service to God achieved through submission? What is God trying to communicate in asking Abraham to sacrifice his son? What is achieved when God cancels that command?

Join us for an evening of spirited conversation as our three panelists engage in a live collaborative reading of Genesis chapter 22 that aims to probe the depths of this text while grappling with its ongoing relevance for contemporary religious life.

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Co-Sponsored by Mechon Hadar, Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School and Yeshivat Maharat with support of the Wexner Foundation Graduate Alumni Grant.

Thanks to our supporting partners, The Jewish Theological Seminary Rabbinical School, HUC-JIR NY and the Drisha Institute for Jewish Education.

The Story Everyone Loves to Hate:

 Moshe and the Rock and a commitment to Justice

 

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

 

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The Future of Jewish Law and Theology: A Conversation with Rabbis Shai Held and Ethan Tucker

The Future of Jewish Law and Theology:

A Conversation Between Rabbi Shai Held and Rabbi Ethan Tucker

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 7:30pm
Mechon Hadar
190 Amsterdam Avenue (at 69th Street)

Join Hadar's Rashei Yeshiva in a remarkable evening of conversation.

First, Rabbi Shai Held will interview Rabbi Ethan Tucker about the meaning and future of Halakhah—about Halakhah and values, about whether and how Halakhah unfolds over time, about Halakhic observance in the modern world, and much more.

Then, Rabbi Tucker will interview Rabbi Held about the meaning and future of theology—about why theology is so central for a vibrant Judaism, about the interplay of theology and hesed, about what it means to serve God, and much more.

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R' Eitan Tucker teaching in Israel

 הרב איתן טוקר, ראש ישיבת הדר, יבקר בארץ בשבוע הבא

לפניכם רשימת שיעורים אותם הוא יעביר

בואו בשלום

שבת פרשת ויקהל-פקודי (9 למרץ)

ירושלים, מניין 'סוד שיח'

"בוא, תעשה שבת?" – על שמירת שבת בביתם של מי שאינם שומרים שבת – תפיסות הלכתיות והערכים שבבסיסן

השיעור יהיה מיד אחרי התפילה (שחרית ב9:00) והקידוש בערך בשעה 11:35.

הכתובת: עמק רפאים 43 (מעל קפה ארומה)

 

 

שבת פרשת ויקהל-פקודי (9 למרץ)

ירושלים, מניין 'הקהל'

"עריבות לעבירות: וכי אומרים לו לאדם "חטא כדי שיזכה חברך"? עיון הלכתי וחברתי.

בשעה 17:00 מנחה ושיעור עד מוצאי שבת.

באולם הספורט של המתנ"ס, רחוב יששכר 3 (יש גם כניסה מרח' זבולון)

 

 

מוצאי שבת פרשת ויקהל-פקודי (9 למרץ)

מודיעין

שכינה שורה בכל עשרה - מניין, מגדר והלכה

השיעור יתקיים בשעה 20:30 ברח' נחל הבשור 10

לפרטים Israel@mechonhadar.org

 

 

יום שני, 11 מרץ, תל אביב

המוסר האנושי כיסוד עולם התורה

לפרטים Israel@mechonhadar.org

 

 

יום רביעי, 13 במרץ, רעננה,

מניין 'יחדיו'

שכינה שורה בכל עשרה - מניין, מגדר והלכה

בשעה 20:30, בבית של רחלי גורודיןשברחוב שביל הזהב 4 דירה 32

 

 

יום חמישי, 15 במרץ, ירושלים,

"הלילה הזה": האם מותר להתחיל את הסדר מבעוד יום? - עיון הלכתי וערכי

בשעה 19:30,

לפרטים Israel@mechonhadar.org

 

 

הרב איתן טוקר הוסמך לרבנות על ידי הרבנות הראשית לישראל, הוא בעל תואר דוקטור מבית המדרש לרבנים באמריקה, ובוגר ישיבת מעלה גלבוע. הרב טוקר עומד כיום בראש ישיבת הדר בניו יורק.

לפרטים נוספים ולהצטרפות לרשימת התפוצה אנא השיבו ל:Israel@mechonhadar.org

Introduction to the Yom Iyun: Framing the Question

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

This introduction lays out the goals of our learning around Israel at Hadar: the creation of a shared vocabulary and canon of texts to which we are all held accountable. Our goal is not to limit the potential range of opinions on the topic of Israel but rather to encourage two key dynamics: 1) Encountering and accounting for views and ideas that challenge our preconceived notions of how we should think about the land of Israel, political power and sovereignty. 2) Giving people more transcendent language for ideas and commitments they already held dear but did not have the means by which to translate them into the age-old conversation of Jewish sources.

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Judaism and Ethics: An Intensive Investigation

A lecture series with Rabbi Ethan Tucker in January-February 2013

Was Abraham Asked to Sacrifice His Ethics?
Tuesday, January 29

This lecture will explore anew the classic conflict between ethical commitments and religious duty: the Binding of Isaac. This Biblical narrative plays a central role in Jewish prayer, has inspired countless Jews throughout the generations and continues to haunt us when read on Rosh Hashanah. But in the modern period, the Akedah has been used for more dramatic effect: making true devotion to God dependent on transcending one's own ethical instincts. We will reevaluate this reading in an effort to reclaim the Akedah without sacrificing our own ethics in the process.

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Between Wisdom and Honor: When Divine Commands Threaten Human Dignity
Tuesday, February 5
Human beings are created in the divine image, and the Torah is built on a foundation of basic human decency. How do we deal with situations where the observance of a commandment gets in the way of this larger vision? We will continue this series by exploring a Talmudic passage that addresses this tension and attempts to lay out a framework for integrating these sometimes competing impulses.

 

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Ethical Norms as the Foundation of the Torah
Tuesday, February 12
This lecture will delve into a bold essay by R. Moshe Shmuel Glasner (19th-20th c., Hungary), who spells out a theory of how Judaism ought to relate to modern values that stem from deep ethical impulses, albeit from outside Judaism. We will explore his text as a possible basis for rethinking the interrelationship of traditionally Jewish obligations with contemporary crusades for environmental and economic justice and the never-ending quest to secure human dignity for all. Can we affirm the power of universal ethics without vitiating our commitment to Judaism?

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Halakhah, Conversion, and the Future of Jewish Identity

Rabbi David Ellenson in Conversation with Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Zman Stav Talmud Introduction

 Rabbi Ethan Tucker

Rabbi Tucker's introductory shiur for the fall semester of Talmud.

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Cutting Our Losses or Preparing for Failure?

Entering The High Holidays through an Analysis of Yom Kippur

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

One of the most difficult aspects of teshuvah is figuring out what to leave behind and what to carry forward with us. Do we simply write off past failures and press the reset button? Or do we enter into the new year with full consciousness of our failings and preemptively try to address them for the future? We will explore this question through an analysis of the history of Kol Nidre, one of our most famous and confusing pieces of liturgy.

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David Berg Foundation Lectures on Jewish Identity

 

 

David Berg Foundation Lectures on Jewish Identity  
 
Rabbi Ethan TuckerJoin Rabbi Ethan Tucker, named one of America's most influential rabbis by Newsweek, for a 3-part series on Jewish Identity.

 

 

3 Tuesday nights, May 3, 10 & 17, 7:30-9:00pm

(to be followed by Arvit) 

at

Mechon Hadar, 190 Amsterdam Avenue (at 69 Street)

 

Can't make it in person?  Watch each lecture live on UStream.

 

Recordings will also be made available on our website several days following each lecture.

 

These lectures will address some of the thorniest issues surrounding Jewish identity through an honest look both at traditional sources and our contemporary reality. We will aim to achieve both historical perspective and a practical roadmap for today's Jewish community.

 

Lecture 1 (May 3): Jews by Blood: Patrilineality and Matrinileality in Jewish Law 

Are people with one Gentile and one Jewish parent full members of the Jewish community? Total outsiders? Somewhere in the middle? This issue continues to divide the contemporary Jewish community, often in traumatic ways. We will confront this issue head-on, exploring the full range of sources on this topic and proposing a new paradigm that is more honest to the richness of our tradition and contemporary realities.

 

Lecture 1:

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Lecture 2 (May 10): Jews by Choice: Conversion and Apostasy throughout the Ages

People have always entered and exited the Jewish body politic via the processes of conversion and apostasy. As we think about Jewish identity today, should we recognize the right of someone born Jewish to leave? And if not, how can we square that with a commitment to the reverse process, that of a Gentile becoming a Jew? We will reflect on contemporary strategy through the prism of Jewish sources.

 

 

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Lecture 3 (May 17): Jews and Jews Alone: The Problem of Religious Syncretism

Contemporary Jewish and American society takes intermarriage between people of different religions for granted. And it often goes further, assuming that the blending of different traditions in fact produces a stronger, richer religious experience. When is it acceptable to be a syncretist, allowing two or more traditions to affect personal practice. And when is religious syncretism a covenantal breach, the failure to meet exclusivist claims and demands made by one tradition over any other? In this final lecture, we will aim to formulate an overarching approach to this most central question of Jewish identity in the contemporary period.

 

 

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Keeping Kosher in a Non-Kosher World

 

Keeping Kosher in a Non-Kosher World

A 6-Part Series with Rabbi Ethan Tucker

Tuesday nights, 7:30pm-9:00pm
November 1, 8, 15, and 29
December 6 and 13 7:30pm-9:00pm


Mechon Hadar
190 Amsterdam Avenue (at 69th Street)

Cost: $5 per class, $25 for the series


Can't make it in person? Watch on Ustream - live or after the fact. Recordings will also be made available on our website several days following each session.

Week 1: Why?
Why do we keep kosher in the first place? What is the intended function of various dietary restrictions? What is their effect as practiced? Before we jump into the details, we will endeavor to begin with a broad picture of motivations and frameworks for eating differently than we might otherwise without the Torah and Hazal's guidance.
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Week 2: What?
The Torah presents a list of items that are forbidden to eat and rabbinic literature supplements this even further. Avoiding these problematic foods lies at the heart of any kashrut practice. What is in our food and how do we know? What kinds of information and evidence are sufficient for ensuring that we don't transgress these requirements? We will look in depth at questions regarding verifying the ingredients present in food and when we can trust that food is permitted to eat.
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Week 3: How?
How food is prepared is almost as important in Jewish law as the contents of the food itself. We will look in depth at the question of the utensils used to prepare food and how pots and pans play an integral role in the question of whether something is kosher. We will also see, however, that questions of procedure and preparation are complex, and some of the tradition's most striking flexibility can be found in this fascinating area of practice.
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Week 4: Who?
An often overlooked dimension of the kashrut of food is: "Who prepared it?" The identity of the preparer plays a prominent role in rabbinic thinking about kashrut. Recognizing that food is a key element in creating fellowship, many rabbinic sources forbid consuming food prepared by those with whom fellowship is dangerous or undesirable. We will wade into the complex issue of Jewish-Gentile boundaries around food and try to think about the role of food in creating fellowship in our contemporary environment.

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Week 5: Where?
Can you eat a glatt-kosher, double-wrapped meal while dining with a genocidal dictator? Even if the ingredients are kosher, the pots are kosher and the identity of the preparer is innocuous, some venues are simply too problematic for eating. We will explore a small but fascinating set of texts on the notion of mesibot, celebratory events that abhorred rabbinic sensibilities and think about the application of this category to contemporary social situations.

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Week 6: Now
This last session will be devoted to putting everything we have learned together with an eye to thoughtful application to the contemporary world. The effects of modern standards of cleanliness and the materials revolution will be explored. A significant period of time will be set aside during this final session for practical questions and broader reflections on what we have learned. 
 

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Berg Lectures on Jewish Law: Pathways for Egalitarian Judaism Taught by Rabbi Ethan Tucker

 

Berg Lectures on Jewish Law: Pathways for Egalitarian Judaism

Taught by Rabbi Ethan Tucker

 March 6th, 13th and 20th, 2012, 7:30pm


March 6: Incremental Change or Paradigm Shift?
In thinking about gender and Jewish rituals, rights and responsibilities, we are faced with a fundamental choice.  One approach is to tackle each issue on its own terms and to use incremental and minimalist approaches to solving problems that arise.  The other approach is to embrace a paradigm that addresses issues of gender in one fell swoop by arguing for a paradigm shift.  We will think about these two modes more broadly in halakhah and consider what is gained and lost by each.
 
 
 
  Video for Session 1

March 13: Sharing Burdens Equally in a World without Adjuncts
In an egalitarian world of Jewish rights and responsibilities, who gets to come late to shul?Who plays the role of adjunct and supporter that has always been key in the mechanics of Jewish community?  If much of the Jewish past assumed that many supporting roles were delegated to women in order to allow men to be fully present, how can an egalitarian world ensure full presence for some without dividing roles along gender lines alone?  We will consider other models for thinking about burdens shared among equals and think about how to keep both men and women fully involved in all aspects of Jewish life.
 
 
  Video for Session 2

March 20: Egalitarianism without Androgyny
Much of the struggle for gender equality both in the general culture and in Judaism has focused on equality of citizenship and equality of power.  Must that struggle also necessarily entail wiping the public space clean of gender differences?  Can Jews who are committed to gender difference and separation be full members of the egalitarian project pursuing equality of power and citizenship? We will attempt to address this difficult and contentious topic with sensitivity and honesty.
 

Recording of Session 3, Part 1


Recording of Session 3, Part 2
 
March 6, 13 and 20th at 7:30pm
Location: 190 Amsterdam Avenue at 69th St.
Cost: Free


Can't make it in person? These sessions will be recorded and posted online.


 

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors?: Revisiting Mehitza

 Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Toward an Halakhic Model of Diversity in Sexualities

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Boundaries: Sexual Activity Outside of Marriage; Negiah, Yihud

 Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Theological Boundaries

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

 October 12

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 October 19

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October 26

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November 2

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November 9

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November 23

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November 30

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December 14

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The Gift of Rest - Senator Joseph Lieberman and R' Ethan Tucker -- Audio and Video Now Available!

 

"The Gift of Rest: Rediscovering the Beauty of the Sabbath" 
A Conversation with 
Senator Joseph Lieberman and Rabbi Ethan Tucker 
 
Sunday, January 8th, 2012
 
7:30 - 9:00pm

Join us for an evening of conversation and learning around the topic of Shabbat.  Senator Lieberman's recent book, The Gift of Rest, will serve as the centerpiece of our conversation, which will weave together political anecdotes and thoughtful consideration of rabbinic halakhah and aggadah about Shabbat.  What is the role of Shabbat in the contemporary world?  How can rigorous Jewish observance integrate into public life?  When conflicts arise surrounding Shabbat observance, how can we deal with them?


Mechon Hadar
190 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10023 
Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at the door; students: $5 in advance, $7 at the door

 

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Niddah: Textual Exploration and Open Conversation.

Taught by Rabbi Ethan Tucker

The biblical and rabbinic material on sexual practice surrounding menstruation is more loaded with critique and apology than almost any other area of halakhic literature.  In this series we will attempt to engage this topic directly and honestly, sincerely searching for what these ancient sources continue to teach us today and to imagine new possibilities for their application to contemporary reality.


When: 6 Tuesday nights, October 12 - November 16 (come for any or all classes)
Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Cost:
$5/$25 for series
Where: Mechon Hadar, 190 Amsterdam Avenue (at 69th St.)

Can't make it?  Watch live on UStream.  Video of each lecture will be posted online.

Session 6
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Niddah: Textual Exploration and Open Conversation, Session 6 from Yeshivat Hadar on Vimeo.

 

Session 5
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Listen to Session 5 (November 9)
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Untitled from Yeshivat Hadar on Vimeo.

 

 

Session 4
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Listen to Session 4 (November 2)
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Session 3
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Session 2

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Session 1

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Core Issues of Jewish Law

Rabbi Ethan Tucker
Thursdays, 7:30-9 pm (March 4, 11, and 18)
Cost: Free


This three-part series will lay out an overarching theory of and approach to halakhah (Jewish Law).  The lectures will focus on the following themes:
I. Hi
story--Our Present Moment: Its genesis and our way forward (March 4)
II. Philosophy and Theology--Viewing halakhic norms as representing values worthy of respect rather than arbitrary rules demanding ob
edience (March 11)
III.  Law--Practical examples of language and category shifts that allow us to engage even the most contentious areas of Jewish Law (March 18)

We are grateful to the David Berg Foundation for making these lectures possible.

Can't be there?  Watch live on UStream here.

  Listen to Session 3 (March 18)
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Watch Session 3 (March 18)

  Listen to Session 2 (March 11)
Watch Session 2 (March 11) 

  Listen to Session 1 (March 4)

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Vayehi

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Vayigash

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Converts and Apostates Session 6

Watch the sixth and final session of Converts and Apostates taught by Rabbi Ethan Tucker.

 

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Miketz

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Converts and Apostates Session 5

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Vayeishev

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Coverts and Apostates Session 4

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Vayishlah

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Vayeitze

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Converts and Apostates Session 3

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Toledot

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Can't Touch This: Withdrawing from God's World on Shabbat

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

Hadar Community Beit Midrash - November 09, 2009

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Hayyei Sarah

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Converts and Apostates Session 2

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Vayera

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Converts and Apostates Session 1

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Lekh Lekha

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Noah

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Rashbam on Bereishit - Parashat Bereishit

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

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Pesahim, Chapter 10 - Yerakot and Karpas (Session 21)

Rabbi Ethan Tucker

Talmud with Rishonim. Session #21.

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Pesahim, Chapter 10 - Keviah (Sessions 19-20)

Pesahim, Chapter 10 - The Form of Brachot (Session 18)

Rabbi Elie Kaunfer (substituting for Rabbi Ethan Tucker)

Talmud with Rishonim, #18

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