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Join us for Six Wednesdays 
Starting February 6, 2019

Option 1: Six WEDNESDAY MORNINGS 
Starting February 6, 2019
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Option 2: Six WEDNESDAY EVENINGS 
Starting February 6, 2019
7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 

 Location: 
Chabad of Frederick
1 W. 9th St.
Frederick, MD 21701  

For more information:
Call: 301.996.3659
Email: Rabbi@JewishFrederick.org

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I would like to sign up for Crime and Consequence (textbooks included):

 Afternoon Class (11:00 am - 12:30 pm)

Evening Class (7:00 pm - 8:30 pm)

Fee - $89 per Person 

Early Bird Discount (before 1/23) $79          $149 per Couple
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Crime and Consequence

 

Marathon runners murdered in the name of G‑d. Pensioners left penniless in the name of greed. Children abused by the people they trusted to protect them.

Your heart screams: is there a punishment harsh enough for criminals of this kind? 

And yet, with more lives on the line, you find yourself equally questioning modern “justice”:

  • Why do we punish criminals in the first place?
  • Can we justify a history of convicting—even executing—the wrong people?
  • As a society, what are we doing to slow the tide of crime before it comes to this?

With this highly-anticipated course from JLI, explore the Torah’s take on crime, incarceration and rehabilitation. Revisit famous cases of wrongful conviction through the lens of Talmudic law. Explore themes of betrayal and acceptance as when someone close to you commits a crime.

As you test your tolerance for injustice of every kind, uncover practical ways to fix the system—and maybe just repair the world.

 

For more info on the course click here.

A new six-week course from the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute.