Of interest to those of us who love the intersection of Jewish text and the web:
A special class given by Pardes Faculty Member and Director of Special Programs
Rabbi David Levin-Kruss
Tuesday, May 8th at 7:30 pm
at Congregation Ramath Orah
550 West 110th Street
New York, NYÂ 10025
Because of the internet, more information is available to usÂ than in any previous generations. But is this a blessing or are there problems with the democratizations of knowledge? Using a biblical and a Talmudic model we will examine what is means to learn and to teach in the modern world.
To RSVP, click here.
David Levin-Kruss teaches Jewish Thought, Talmud and Parshat Hashavua at the Pardes Institute in Jerusalem as well as serving as Director of Special Programs. He holds a BA and Teachers’ Certification in English Literature and Jewish Thought from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and has rabbinic ordination from the Joseph Strauss Rabbinical Seminary. Previously he served as Director of the Overseas Department at the Melitz Centers for Jewish Zionist Education and Community Director of Stanmore Synagogue in northwest London.