April 23, 2013 - Ten Minutes of Torah Webinar Series: Leviticus, What's in It for Me?
Rabbi Dalia Marx discusses how the Book of Leviticus sheds light on ancient spirituality and its relevance today.
Even those who attend services every week to hear the Torah read on Shabbat, are sometimes reluctant to study the Book of Leviticus. Often, we think it's just a dry recitation of priestly duties, something ancient that is not relevant for us today and has nothing to teach us about our lives. Think again! Learn with Rabbi Dalia Marx how the Book of Leviticus sheds light on ancient spirituality and how Leviticus is relevant for us today.
Rabbi Dalia Marx, PhD, is an associate professor of liturgy and midrash at the Jerusalem campus of HUC-JIR, and teaches in various academic institutions in Israel and Europe. Her new book is Tractates Tamid, Middot and Qinnim: A Feminist Commentary, published by Mohr Siebeck (English). She is the author of When I Sleep and When I Wake: On Prayers between Dusk and Dawn, published by Yediot Sfarim, 2010, (in Hebrew), and the co-editor of a few books.
Title:Ten Minutes of Torah Webinar Series: Leviticus, What's in It for Me?
Date: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
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