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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 9 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on February 17th, 2001.

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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 8 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on January 13th, 2001.

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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 7 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on December 16th, 2000.

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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 6 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on December 9th, 2000.

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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 5 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on December 2nd, 2000.

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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 4 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on November 25th, 2000.

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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 3 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on November 18th, 2000.

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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 2 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on November 11th, 2000.

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Science and Religion: Contradictory or Complimentary? (2000-2001) Part 1 of 9

Starting in November of 2001 and concluding in February 2001, Rabbi Labaton gave a 9 part weekly class on the topic of “Science and Religion”. This class was given on November 4th, 2000.

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“Lonely Man of Faith” Ideas

“The Lonely Man of Faith”, by Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik is arguably the single most important Jewish Philosophy book written in modern times. This 20 minute class by provides introduction to some of the books ideas.

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Tefilah 7-31-1995

This class was given on July 31st, 1995

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Suffering in the Talmud Class #3 Summer 1995

(3 out of 3) This three-part class series was given in the summer of 1995. To our knowledge, the first class in the series was not recorded

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Suffering in the Talmud Class #2 Summer 1995

(2 out of 3) This three-part class series was given in the summer of 1995. To our knowledge, the first class in the series was not recorded

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How to Deal with Tragedy Class #3 7/2001

(3 out of 3) This three-part class series was given in July of 2001. Dedicated in memory of Joe Betesh A”H, by his wife Sonia, his children and grandchildren.

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How to Deal with Tragedy Class #2 7/2001

(2 out of 3) This three-part class series was given in July of 2001. Dedicated in memory of Joe Betesh A”H, by his wife Sonia, his children and grandchildren.

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How to Deal with Tragedy Class #1 7/2001

(1 out of 3) This three-part class series was given in July of 2001. Dedicated in memory of Joe Betesh A”H, by his wife Sonia, his children and grandchildren.

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Evil 8-20-97

Lecture given on August 20th, 1997.

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Ethics & Punishment: Summer 1995

Lecture given in the summer of 1995

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Is Philosophy Jewish? (2002)

  Deals with philosophy within every aspect of Judaism. Why we must understand Jewish and non-Jewish philosophy. And, the obligation for Rabbi’s to be educaed, sophisticated, aware, and knowledgable to answer difficult questions.

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Bereshit/Genesis Through the Eyes of a Philosopher (2 of 2) 10/18/04

Lecture given 10-18-04. Presented by Merkaz Moreshet Yisrael

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Bereshit/Genesis Through the Eyes of a Philosopher (1 of 2) 10-11-04

Lecture given 10-11-04. Presented by Merkaz Moreshet Yisrael.

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Iyov/Job (11 of 11) 6/16/03

Recorded 6/16/03- Philosophy of the Bible Series – Iyob (Job) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book of the Bible

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Tehilim/Psalms and Mishle/Proverbs (10 of 11) 6/9/03

Recorded 6/9/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series – Tehilim (Psalms) and Mishle (Proverbs) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each

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Philosophy of the Bible Series – Tehilim/Psalms (9 of 11) 6/2/03

Recorded 6/2/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book of the Bible will be

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Tehilim/Psalms (8 of 11) 5/12/03

Recorded 5/12/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series – Tehilim (Psalms) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book of the

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Twelve Prophets (7 of 11) 5/5/03

Recorded 5/5/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series – Tere Asar (Twelve Prophets) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Prophets (6 of 11) 3/31/03

Recorded 3/31/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series – Neviim (Prophets) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book of the

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Philosophy of the Bible Series – Introduction to Prophets (5 of 11) 3/24/03

Recorded 3/24/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series – Introduction to Neviim (Prophets) This course provides a historical/conceptual overview of the Bible, explaining its Ancient Near Eastern context and the philosophical and religious ideas that emerged from that context. Each book

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Selective Process in Jewish History (4 of 11) 3/10/03

Philosophy of the Bible Series (4 of 11) Recorded 3/10/03 The Selective Process in Jewish History– Not only does every person not impact the world, but some never even succeed in understanding the ideas, ideals, and values of Judaism. Some choose to

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- The Spoken Word (3 of 11) 3/3/03

Lecture given 3/3/03. Philosophy of the Bible Series

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Model of Impacting the World (2 of 11) 2/24/03

  Philosophy of the Bible Series (2 of 11) 2/24/03 Justice and Righteousness Ideas, Ideals, and Values of the Bible How have we impacted the world? Rabbi Labaton’s 3-fold model of impacting the world: 1) Hypothetical Model, 2) Concentric Circle Theory

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Philosophy of the Bible Series- Why learn Tanach? (1 of 11) 2/17/03

Lecture given 2/17/03. (1 of 11) “Why Learn Tanach?”

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