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Neglected Chapters of Rambam's Hilchot Teshuvah


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Rabbi Dr. Gidon Rothstein




Neglected Chapters of Rambam's Hilchot Teshuvah


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Course Description

While much attention is paid to Rambam's views of repentance, his Laws deal with many other central topics of Jewish faith, in his eyes relevant to full repentance. By analyzing his perspective of sins that are more serious or significant than others, his ideas about free will and pre-determination, and his view of the reward we are promised for mitzvot, we hope to come to a deeper understanding of how to improve our spiritual state and our relationship with God.


About Rabbi Dr. Gidon Rothstein
Rabbi Dr. Gidon Rothstein has semicha from YU (RIETS) and a PhD from Harvard. He is the author of Murderer in the Mikdash and Cassandra Misreads the Book of Samuel, works of fiction with Jewish themes, and of Educating a People: An Haftarah Companion As a Source of a Basic Theology of Judaism, available online.


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August 30, 2010 5:00AM - 6:00AM
Neglected Chapters of Rambam's Hilchot Teshuvah

We will begin with the 3rd chapter of Rambam's Hilchot Teshuvah, discussing such topics as how often God judges us, what the outcome of those judgments are, and what wrongs we can commit that remove us, spiritually, from the Jewish people.

 
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September 6, 2010 5:00AM - 6:00AM
Neglected Chapters of Rambam's Hilchot Teshuvah

Rambam gives us a list of people who lose their share in the World to Come; through a discussion of what that phrase means, and then an analysis of the list, we hope to get to a better understanding of what was so essential to Judaism that without it, a person cannot meaningfully be said to be acting Jewishly.

 
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September 13, 2010 4:00AM - 5:00AM
Neglected Chapters of Rambam's Hilchot Teshuvah

This week, it's the list of ways in which we make teshuvah less accessible than it could be and, if we have time, a discussion of freewill and its vital importance to Jewish thought.

 
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