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Graphical Methods for Learning Torah

Rav Avraham Peretz Friedman, Mondays 8:30-9:30pm

  • Starts Jun 17
  • 125 US dollars

Available spots

Service Description

Graphical methods -- drawn from the academic worlds of science and technology -- can be used to organize and present information and even clarify and identify sub-structural causality. The methods that STEM students use regularly in their secular academic careers can be used to enhance our understanding and appreciation of the profundity of Torah study. A popular speaker and teacher, Rav Friedman is the author of eight seforim, including Chanukas HaTorah, Setting a Table for Two, and Marital Intimacy. Rav Friedman has taught diverse audiences, observant and not yet observant, in Eretz Yisrael and the United States, in a variety of settings, formal and informal, conventional and unconventional. In addition to teaching Torah in shuls, yeshivos, college campuses, and kiruv programs, Rav Friedman is a consultant to the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit, where he teaches mussar ideals to the law enforcement community. Recordings will be available for this class. The class will be 10 sessions - June 17, 24, July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, August 5, 19, 26

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