• August 17, 2022
  • 19 5782, Av
  • פרשת עקב

Teshuva in Tanach

Teshuva in Tanach

In this class, Rabbi Josh Ross will examine the concept of teshuva as learned through the people and stories of the tanach. We will examine what it means to do or not to do teshuva, learning from everyone from Adam and Chava to Shaul and David.

September 1, 2010 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Teshuva in Tanach: Lesson 1
Class description
Teshuva in the Torah — the individuals: We will began by considering what teshuva means. What can we learn from God’s interaction with us? What do the individuals in the Torah have to teach us. What is the point of their stories? What can we learn from them? Thank you all for coming, and a spirited discussion!
Handouts
September 15, 2010 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Teshuva in Tanach: Lesson 2
Class description

After receiving an advanced double BA in History and Philosophy from Dalhousie University (Canada) Rabbi Joshua Ross spent eight years learning in Israel. Following his decision to join the Orthodox Union's Jewish Learning Initiative on Campus, Rabbi Ross returned to the US with his family where he worked at Cornell as the OUJLIC Rabbi for three years, and then went to work as the OUJLIC Rabbi at Princeton University for three more years. Continuing his affiliation with OUJLIC, but on an administrative level, he is the Deputy Director for the OU’s JLIC. In his spare time Rabbi Ross is a powerlifter and strength and conditioning coach.