First and Second Tablets: Chassidic and non-Chassidic Approaches
Rabbi Chaim Tabasky
2 sessions – come to one or both!
Saturday, March 5th
Wednesday, March 9th
Private home in Newton. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for address.
$20 per session.
$10 for full-time students and teachers.
$60 for all sessions with Rabbi Tabasky and Rabbi Polen! Save $20 by registering for all 4.
Register at maayan.org.
Open to men and women
Rabbi Chaim Tabasky teaches Talmud at the Machon HaGavoa L’Torah (Institute of Advanced Torah Studies) at Bar Ilan University. He has taught extensively in Jerusalem yeshivot both for men and women, including Yeshivat HaMivtar, Michlelet Bruria, Shapell’s, Nishmat, and MaTaN. Rabbi Tabasky is also an expert in the laws of STA”M (Sifrei Torah, Tefillin and Mezuzot) and will be available during his visit to Boston to examine tefillin and mezuzot.
Event Location: private home in Newton
Newton, Massachusetts, 02464
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