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This class, taught by Rabbi Ori Har-DiGennaro, will focus on methods of interpretation which open the text, add the spiritual dimension and provide a holistic approach to text learning.

A New Class in Boulder: Torah B’Ivrit

Conscious Learning Community is offering a new Torah class, taught by Rabbi Ori Har-DiGennaro.

This class will focus on methods of interpretation, using the lens of the PaRDeS (the acronym of Pshat, Remez, Drash, Sod), the fourfold method of textual interpretation which opens the text, adds the spiritual dimension and provides a holistic approach to text learning.

During each class different Torah and commentary passages will be discussed to illustrate the various approaches and methods of interpretation. Participants will be encouraged to create their own commentary — inspiration and creativity are welcome.

Classes will be held Sundays, 3:30 – 5:00 PM starting January 17, 2010 through March 7, 2010.  No class on Purim,  Feb. 28th.  Tuition is $140. Classes will be held at 3982 Arbol Court, Boulder.

There are a few more spaces left. If you are hungry for a new approach to Torah learning, register by calling 303 440 1024 or emailing ori@conscious-learning-community.org.

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