Part-Time Program (PTP)
Our part-time program (PTP) in Jewish learning is designed for high-school age students who want to pursue some 21st-century Jewish learning while attending their traditional schools full-time.
PTP will begin at 3:40 pm and run until about 6 pm.
We will meet twice a week, September 16th through the week of May 25th.
The first session takes place at the Hartman Beit Midrash, on the 2nd floor of Congregation Beth Torah.
The second session, where learners work on achieving their learning goals, will take place at HBT as well as a second location TBD.
This year, we are offering a course entitled World Religions and Belief Traditions: Perspectives, Issues, and Challenges.
We will explore a period in history where Judaism, Christianity
We will learn about how each religion confronted the big questions of human experience, and how each regarded the individual within the family, society and the world.
We will also explore the connections between religion and the development of civilization.
Most importantly, we will learn the skills necessary to research, think about and think critically about world religions.
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