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January 27, 1984 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

College of Jewish Studies Begins Semester Wednesday

A total of 16 courses will
be offered when the College
of Jewish Studies begins its
spring semester Wednes-
day. Registration will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at Temple Beth El.
The college is the official
adult education project of
all the Reform congrega-
tions in the. metropolitan

Detroit area. Courses are
open to any adult; temple
membership is not required.
According to Marvin S.
Waits, dean of the college,
courses include: Introduc-
tion to Judaism; Beginner
and Intermediate Hebrew;
Beginner and Intermediate
Yiddish; Introduction to
Jewish Genealogy; Helping

'Book of Knowledge' Issued
in English Translation

The first book of the Mis-
hne Torah by Maimonides
has been translated from
Hebrew into English by Dr.
Helen Russel and Rabbi
Jacob Weinberg and issued
as "The Book of Knowl-
edge" (Ktav).
Proceeding from the
recognition that God is the
"primary reality," the
source of all behavioral
regulation and wisdom,
Maimonides covers a wide
range of related topics in
this volume. There are sec-
tions on discernment, Torah
study, idolatry and repen-
tence.
The regimen for daily liv-
ing proposed in "The Book of
Knowledge" by the 12th
Century philosopher-
physician is based on the
premise that it is a duty to
enjoy life as fully as possible
while aiming at moderation
in all its aspects.
Dr. Russel was affiliated
for many years with the
Royal College of Physicians
in Scotland and was a

pathologist at Christie Hos-
pital in Manchester,
England. Rabbi Weinberg
was rabbi of the Edinburgh
Hebrew Congregation in
Scotland.

Debate Seen
Over Project
Renewal Cuts

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Projected cuts in next year's
Project Renewal budget
may lead to strong dis-
agreement between the
government and Diaspora
fund raisers of the massive
slum rehabilitation pro-
gram at next month's meet-
ing of the Jewish Agency
Board of Governors.
Deputy Housing Minister
Moshe Katsav told report-
ers this month that he plans
to ask the Jewish Agency
leaders for $5 million to
fund social programs in the
13 neighborhoods that were
added to the program al-
most two years ago.

Children Learn; Holidays,
Holydays and Festivals;
Music of Our People; Dias-
pora — The Basic Jewish
Condition Through the
Ages; The "Prophet" Mo-
tive; and Who Did What and
to Whom? The Whys and
Wherefores of Jewish His-
tory.
Faculty members in-
clude: from Temple Beth
El, Rabbi Norman T.
Roman and Marvin
Waits; from Temple
Emanu-El, Dr. Abraham
Aharoni and Cantor
Norman Rose; from
Temple Beth Jacob,
Rabbi Richard Weiss;
from Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies, Dr. Irv-
ing Panush and
Menahem Glaser. Other
instructors include Betty
Starkman, Sylvia Barr
and Rita Abramson.
Courses entitled Intro-
duction to Judaism are open

A

to anyone, but are specifi-
cally designed to meet the
needs of prospective con-
verts to Judaism.
Classes will be held at
Temple Beth El for 12 con-
secutive Wednesday eve-
nings. There is a nominal
tuition charge.
For details, contact
Waits, dean of the college,
851-1100.

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