The Center for Jewish Life presents the new Klutznick Learning Series, What is it About the Ten Commandments?” in a series of discussions that will focus on this “top ten list” through the eyes of both clergy and community members. Those making presentations include Dr. Leonard Greenspoon, Rabbi Steven Abraham, Rabbi Aryeh Azriel, Rabbi Josh Brown, Rabbi Jonathan Gross, Rabbi Mendel Katzman, Cantor Wendy Shermet, Elyce Azriel, Michael Cohen, Glen Fineman, Shelley Fox, Larry Gendler, Ellie Greenspoon, David Kotok, Shayna Ray, Ari Riekes and Marty Shukert. Click here to learn more and to view the schedule.
Sessions will be held Monday evenings in the JCC Social Hall at 6:30 p.m. beginning February 24.
The first session will tackle the Seventh Commandment – “Thos shalt not commit adultery,” with an introduction by Dr. Leonard Greenspoon and a discussion led by Rabbi Josh Brown and Glen Fineman, LICSW, LIMHP.
Dr. Greenspoon is Professor & Klutznik Chair in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations in the Department of Theology at Creighton University. Dr. Greenspoon received a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations from Harvard University, and Masters and Bachelors Degrees from the University of Richmond (VA). Dr. Greenspoon will serve as Chairperson for the Klutznik Learning Series.
Rabbi Brown completed his studies at Miami University of Ohio in 2002, with a Bachelor of Arts in Family Studies and Social Work. He graduated from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion with a Master of Arts in Jewish Education and was ordained with a Masters of Arts in Hebrew Letters in 2008.
Mr. Fineman’s clinical experience includes a focus on individual, child, marital and family therapy. Among his specialties is the treatment of family and marital relationships.