Summer Series in Rabbinic Texts with Dr. Nicholas Schaser, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Macalester College

Rabbinic Texts - Nick Schaser 2021
Dr. Schaser is a master of our Rabbinic texts and will take us on a guided tour of how the rabbis of old approached important topics that are still on our minds today.
All classes will be Thursdays at noon via Zoom and in-person in the office next to the main entrance.
  • June 17: Confronting God in the Rabbinic Texts
  • July 15: Women and Gender in the Rabbinic Texts
  • August 19: Rosh HaShanah in the Rabbinic Texts
Email avi.aharoni@betshalom.org for more information or the Zoom link.

Summer Series in Rabbinic Texts with Dr. Nicholas Schaser, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Macalester College

Rabbinic Texts - Nick Schaser 2021
Dr. Schaser is a master of our Rabbinic texts and will take us on a guided tour of how the rabbis of old approached important topics that are still on our minds today.
All classes will be Thursdays at noon via Zoom and in-person in the office next to the main entrance.
  • June 17: Confronting God in the Rabbinic Texts
  • July 15: Women and Gender in the Rabbinic Texts
  • August 19: Rosh HaShanah in the Rabbinic Texts
Email avi.aharoni@betshalom.org for more information or the Zoom link.

Summer Series in Rabbinic Texts with Dr. Nicholas Schaser, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Macalester College

Rabbinic Texts - Nick Schaser 2021
Dr. Schaser is a master of our Rabbinic texts and will take us on a guided tour of how the rabbis of old approached important topics that are still on our minds today.
All classes will be Thursdays at noon via Zoom and in-person in the office next to the main entrance.
  • June 17: Confronting God in the Rabbinic Texts
  • July 15: Women and Gender in the Rabbinic Texts
  • August 19: Rosh HaShanah in the Rabbinic Texts
Email avi.aharoni@betshalom.org for more information or the Zoom link.

The Minor Prophets (With Dr. Nick Schaser)

****Our classes have been moved to Zoom. You should receive an email with links join. If you have any questions, email amy.yoelin@betshalom.org. All are welcome and encouraged to participate.****

CLICK HERE for our March 26 handout.

CLICK HERE for our April 2 handout.

The minor prophets represent a collection of shorter books in the Jewish Bible that share the wide spectrum of experiences and approaches held by a number of prophets between the 8th and 4th centuries BCE. The books are referred to as “minor” because of their length, not their significance, and include the stories of Hosea, Amos, Micah, Jonah, and many others.

Please join Dr. Nick Schaser from Macalester College to explore the overarching themes and significance of the Minor Prophets in Jewish history and tradition. These sessions will prepare our “Beyond Torah” class to continue studies of the Tanach (the Jewish Bible) with the book of Hosea in April.

All Bet Shalomians are welcome to join these study sessions on Thursdays at 11:00am.

Dr. Schaser’s first class was taught on March 5. CLICK HERE to watch his lecture. He will join the class again on March 26 and April 2.

The Minor Prophets (With Dr. Nick Schaser)

****Our classes have been moved to Zoom. You should receive an email with links join. If you have any questions, email amy.yoelin@betshalom.org. All are welcome and encouraged to participate.****

CLICK HERE for our March 26 handout.

CLICK HERE for our April 2 handout.

The minor prophets represent a collection of shorter books in the Jewish Bible that share the wide spectrum of experiences and approaches held by a number of prophets between the 8th and 4th centuries BCE. The books are referred to as “minor” because of their length, not their significance, and include the stories of Hosea, Amos, Micah, Jonah, and many others.

Please join Dr. Nick Schaser from Macalester College to explore the overarching themes and significance of the Minor Prophets in Jewish history and tradition. These sessions will prepare our “Beyond Torah” class to continue studies of the Tanach (the Jewish Bible) with the book of Hosea in April.

All Bet Shalomians are welcome to join these study sessions on Thursdays at 11:00am.

Dr. Schaser’s first class was taught on March 5. CLICK HERE to watch his lecture. He will join the class again on March 26 and April 2.

The Minor Prophets (With Dr. Nick Schaser)

****Our classes have been moved to Zoom. You should receive an email with links join. If you have any questions, email amy.yoelin@betshalom.org. All are welcome and encouraged to participate.****

CLICK HERE for our March 26 handout.

CLICK HERE for our April 2 handout.

The minor prophets represent a collection of shorter books in the Jewish Bible that share the wide spectrum of experiences and approaches held by a number of prophets between the 8th and 4th centuries BCE. The books are referred to as “minor” because of their length, not their significance, and include the stories of Hosea, Amos, Micah, Jonah, and many others.

Please join Dr. Nick Schaser from Macalester College to explore the overarching themes and significance of the Minor Prophets in Jewish history and tradition. These sessions will prepare our “Beyond Torah” class to continue studies of the Tanach (the Jewish Bible) with the book of Hosea in April.

All Bet Shalomians are welcome to join these study sessions on Thursdays at 11:00am.

Dr. Schaser’s first class was taught on March 5. CLICK HERE to watch his lecture. He will join the class again on March 26 and April 2.

The Minor Prophets (With Dr. Nick Schaser)

****Our classes have been moved to Zoom. You should receive an email with links join. If you have any questions, email amy.yoelin@betshalom.org. All are welcome and encouraged to participate.****

CLICK HERE for our March 26 handout.

CLICK HERE for our April 2 handout.

The minor prophets represent a collection of shorter books in the Jewish Bible that share the wide spectrum of experiences and approaches held by a number of prophets between the 8th and 4th centuries BCE. The books are referred to as “minor” because of their length, not their significance, and include the stories of Hosea, Amos, Micah, Jonah, and many others.

Please join Dr. Nick Schaser from Macalester College to explore the overarching themes and significance of the Minor Prophets in Jewish history and tradition. These sessions will prepare our “Beyond Torah” class to continue studies of the Tanach (the Jewish Bible) with the book of Hosea in April.

All Bet Shalomians are welcome to join these study sessions on Thursdays at 11:00am.

Dr. Schaser’s first class was taught on March 5. CLICK HERE to watch his lecture. He will join the class again on March 26 and April 2.

The Minor Prophets (With Dr. Nick Schaser)

****Our classes have been moved to Zoom. You should receive an email with links join. If you have any questions, email amy.yoelin@betshalom.org. All are welcome and encouraged to participate.****

CLICK HERE for our March 26 handout.

CLICK HERE for our April 2 handout.

The minor prophets represent a collection of shorter books in the Jewish Bible that share the wide spectrum of experiences and approaches held by a number of prophets between the 8th and 4th centuries BCE. The books are referred to as “minor” because of their length, not their significance, and include the stories of Hosea, Amos, Micah, Jonah, and many others.

Please join Dr. Nick Schaser from Macalester College to explore the overarching themes and significance of the Minor Prophets in Jewish history and tradition. These sessions will prepare our “Beyond Torah” class to continue studies of the Tanach (the Jewish Bible) with the book of Hosea in April.

All Bet Shalomians are welcome to join these study sessions on Thursdays at 11:00am.

Dr. Schaser’s first class was taught on March 5. CLICK HERE to watch his lecture. He will join the class again on March 26 and April 2.