A three-part series of dynamic interreligious seminars sponsored by AJRCA in collaboration with Claremont Lincoln University, Claremont School of Theology, and Bayan Claremont.
Part 1: Humility and Humiliation in the Abrahamic Traditions
Featuring: Rabbi Elijah Schochet, PhD, Professor of Talmud at AJRCA; Dr. Kathleen Greider, Professor of Practical Theology, Claremont School of Theology (CST); and Professor Ozgur Koca, Adjunct Professor of Islamic Philosophy, Bayan Claremont.
November 26, 2012
Part 2: To Have and To Hold: Exploring the Love of God Through the Abrahamic Traditions
Featuring: Imam Jihad Turk, President-Designate of Bayan Claremont and Instructor of Islamic Jurisprudence; Dr. Marvin Sweeney, Professor of Tanakh at AJRCA and Claremont Lincoln University; and Dr. Sheryl Kujawa-Holbroook, Professor of Practical Theology and Religious Education, Claremont School of Theology.
January 24, 2013
Part 3: Jesus the Jew: Why his Jewish identity matters today
Featuring: Joel Gereboff, PhD, Professor of Jewish Thought, Academy for Jewish Religion California and Department Chair of Religious Studies Arizona State University; and Gregory J. Riley, PhD, Professor of New Testament, Claremont School of Theology.
March 11, 2013
The Children of Abraham: An exploration of the values and beliefs that Jews, Christians, and Muslims share with each other
Jerry Campbell, PhD, President of Claremont School of Theology; Jihad Turk, Director of Religious Affairs, The Islamic Center of Southern California, and Interim Dean, Bayan Graduate Program at Claremont Lincoln University; Rabbi Mel Gottlieb, PhD, President of the Academy for Jewish Religion, California; and Rabbi Miriam Hamrell, ’03, the Rabbi of Ahavat Torah Congregation in Brentwood.
March 25, 2012
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Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Distinguished Bretslover Scholar
June 14, 2010
Click to play audio:The Power of Healing from the Perspectives of Chassidut and Psychology
Lecture: Dimensions of the Divine Presence: The Meaning of Shiur Qomah in Jewish Mysticism, Liturgy, and Rabbinic Thought
Marvin Sweeney, PhD, AJRCA Professor of Tanach and Professor of Bible at the Claremont School of Theology; Response by Rabbi Mordecai Finley, PhD, AJRCA Professor of Jewish Thought and Rabbi of Ohr-HaTorah Congregation; and Joel Gereboff, PhD, AJRCA Professor of Biblical Thought and Rabbinics and Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Arizona State University
June 13, 2010
Click to play audio:Dimensions of the Divine Presence
Alan Morinis, author of Everyday Holiness
November 15, 2009
Click to play audio:Sunday Evening Shiur
AJRCA President, Rabbi Mel Gottlieb, PhD (moderator); Panelists – Jacob Zighelboim, MD, AJRCA Professor of Philosophical Thought; Rabbi Eli Schochet, PhD, AJRCA Professor of Talmud; Rabbi and Psychotherapist Anne Brener, AJRCA Professor of Ritual and Human Development; and Julie Madorsky, MD, AJR, CA Board of Directors
October 25, 2009
Click to play audio:The Duty to Heal and to Seek Healing
Tamar Frankiel, PhD
AJR, CA Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Comparative Religion
February 17, 2009
Click to play audio:Understanding the Mystical Meanings of Your Dreams