Come to November 1'st Tanakh Yom Iyun on 'Heroes and Villains!'
Tanach Yom Iyun: Heroes and Villains
Heroes and Villains in Tanach- Nov. 1st, 2009
Yeshiva University, Furst Hall Room 501, 500 West 185th Street and Amsterdam Avenue
Rabbi Jacob J Schacter: Must Biblical Heroes Be Perfect?
-Rabbi Allen Schwartz: Yonadav: Deviously Derangedor Cunningly Concerned?
-Rebbetzin Smadar Rosensweig: Cain and Hevel as Personality Paradigms in Tanakh: An Analysis of Peshat and Parshanut
-Dr. Moshe Sokolow: Saul and Agag: Who Was the Villain? Pedagogical and Methodological Considerations
-Rabbi Hayyim Angel: The Complex Biblical Portrait of Ahav
-Mrs. Shoshana Schechter: From Prince of Egypt to Prince of God: The Development of Moshe Rabbeinu
-Mrs. Yael Leibowitz: Biblical Women as Victims and Perpetrators of Violence: a Study in Context
-Dr. David Berger: Jacob/Israel, Esau/Edom, and the True Israel in the Jewish-Christian Debate
-Rabbi Kenneth Brander: The Sanctity of Scandal
-Rabbi Mitchell Orlian: Hoshea, the Hero of His Time (Hebrew)
-Dr. Shawn Zelig Aster: Yehoshua and the Geography of Eretz Yisrael: A Workshop
-Rabbi Menachem Leibtag: The Bible's Villains Who Thought They Were Heroes
-Mrs. Deena Rabinovich: Yoav: Friend and Foe
(Incidentally, I'm not going to be there. I have NCSY that day.)