WIJC was sent the following announcement from the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle’s Educational Services Department.
Ethics and Jewish Law: A Summer Series with Rabbi Moshe Kletenik, brought to you by BCMH and Jewish Federation of Seattle.
Join Rabbi Moshe Kletenik and examine contemporary issues from the perspective of sources in Tanach, Talmud, Codes of Jewish Law and centuries of responsa literature. Ethical dilemmas in the areas of Jewish medical ethics, business ethics and societal issues will be examined.
These are one-hour lectures with each unit self-contained.Registration at (206) 721-0970.Lectures will be held at BCMH Congregation in Seward Park (5145 S. Morgan Street, in Beis Midrash—parking in back of building, off Holly Street. Enter through BCMH’s Back entrance off of parking lot) on Wednesday nights, 7:30—8:30 p.m.
Lectures in the series:
Is There a Halachic View on Election 2012? July 11
Jewish Lens on Autopsy July 18
Capital Punishment: A Jewish Perspective July 25
Money Lending $$ in Jewish Law August 1
The series is offered at no-cost. Community is invited & light refreshments will be served.Questions? Please contact Bayla Friedman treiger, Series Chairperson, firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 725-3122