Weekly Announcements

Parashat Ki Teizei - 13-14 Elul 5776 - September 16-17 2016

Shabbat Schedule

Candle Lighting - 6:49 pm

Mincha (Carlebach Style Tefillah) - 6:45 pm, AT THE DAIRY

Shacharit - 9:00 am, AT KYHS

Shabbat ends - 7:46 pm

This Week! Scholar In Residence Shabbat with Rabbi Chaim Eisen- September 17

All are welcome to the shiurim!
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Friday Night

6:45 PM at The Dairy Cafe - Friday night Carlebach davening lead by Rabbi Eisen

9:00 PM at the Kirschner Residence* - After Dinner Shiur by Rabbi Eisen

The “Beloved” Spouse (Devarim 21:15): Love of man, Love of God, and the Torah’s Guidance on Becoming a Lover

*The Kirschner Residence

68 W Lodges Lane

Bala Cynwyd

Shabbat Morning

9:00 AM at KYHS - Tfillah, followed by Kiddush

12:00 PM - Luncheon, followed by shiur by Rabbi Eisen

Does the Torah Determine What Morality Is - or Do We? Religious Belief versus Human Responsiblity

Shabbat Afternoon

5:20 PM at LMS in the Beit Midrash - Part 1 of a 2 part Shiur by Rabbi Eisen

Worlds Not in Collision: The Nonconflict of Science and Torah

Part 1: Toward Formulation a Philosophy of Torah: The Torah God Gave Us - What It Is and What It Is Not

Saturday Night

9:00 PM at AIIR Consulting, 50 Monument Road in Bala Cynwyd - Part 2 of the 2 part Shiur

Worlds Not in Collision: The Nonconflict of Science and Torah

Part 2: Toward Formulating a Philosophy of Science: “The Blind Men and the Elephant” - and the Limitations of Induction

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Bio for Rabbi Chaim Eisen

R. Chaim Eisen is the founder and dean of Yeshivath Sharashim, a Web-based educational venture to engage users worldwide — both Jewish and Gentile seekers of God and His word — in a deepening understanding of the Hebrew Bible and other religious classics. He is also a senior rabbinical lecturer in adult education at the Orthodox Union (OU) Jerusalem World Center, where he has taught for 33 years. An acclaimed speaker, he has been stimulating audiences throughout Israel, North America, and Europe with talks on the Bible and Biblical commentaries, Jewish thought and philosophy, and education, for nearly three and a half decades.

For over 20 years, he also taught at various seminaries in Israel. In addition, he served as a Torah lecturer in the Israel Defense Forces Rabbinate Torah Lecture Corps (reserves), for over 16 years, and continues to lecture there as a volunteer. Besides teaching, he was founding editor of the OU journal Jewish Thought: A Journal of Torah Scholarship and has written and edited numerous essays in this field. Over the past years, he has become increasingly involved in “building bridges” with Christian believers, through lectures and informal meetings in Israel, North America, and Europe, and via the Internet. He and his wife Raye live in Jerusalem.

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