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January 17, 2003 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-17

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The Dead Sea Scrolls

March 21
Dr. Lawrence H. Schiffman

Edelman Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York
University Dept.. of Near Eastern Languages and Literature

Dr. Lawrence H. Schiffman is an authoritative scholar and historian whose life's work has been

the study of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls, and has been a featured guest on the television

documentaries "Secrets Of The Dead Sea Scrolls" and "Mysteries Of The Bible".

• Friday Night: Judaism And Islam: Their Historical Relationship

Israel And The Crisis Of Terrorism

Candle Lighting/Shabbat Services: 5:30 pm

Elegant Shabbat Dinner with Dr. Schiffman: 6:30 pm

Adult/$18 Child/$10

• Shabbat Day: Written Torah, Oral Torah and The Authority of the Rabbis

9:00 am Services

12:00 pm Kiddush and Program with Dr. Schiffman

• Saturday Night: The Dead Sea Scrolls, The History Of Jewish Civilization, And What

That Means For Jews Today - Seminar & Slide Show Presentation

8:30 pm • Admission $10

THE CHOSEN PEOPLE — DISCRIMINATORY OR NOT?

May 16
Rabbi Moshe New - Montreal, Quebec

Spiritual Leader of the Montreal Torah Center and renowned lecturer

Rabbi Moshe New, together with his wife Nechama, created the Montreal Torah Center, •
one of Montreal's most popular places of Jewish life and learning. Rabbi New frequently
lectures to audiences in town and abroad.

•Friday Night: Chosen People —Discriminatory Or Not?

Candle Lighting/Shabbat Services: 7:15 pm

Elegant Shabbat Dinner: 8:00 pm • Adult/$18 Child/$10

•Shabbat Day: Life After Death —What Awaits Us?

9:00 am services, 12:00 pm Kiddush and Program with Rabbi Moshe New

Adult/ $18 Child/$10

The Battle For The Jewish Soul

The Missionary Threat to the Jewish Community

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June 20
Julius Ciss - Toronto, Ontario

A Former Hebrew-Christian and Founder and Director
of the Toronto Branch of Jews for Judaism

Julius Ciss is the Executive Director of Jews for Judaism in Toronto. Once deeply

involved in Toronto's Hebrew/Christian community, he discovered numerous incon-

sistencies between their teachings and the Hebrew Scriptures and abandoned

Christianity. He has devoted himself to countering the efforts of missionaries who

target Jews. He has successfully counseled many Jews who embraced Christian

beliefs, to help them find their way back to Judaism. Mr. Ciss enthralls Jewish

audiences with his dramatic presentations throughout Canada, the US, and Israel.

Candle Lighting/Shabbat Services: 7:30 pm
Elegant Shabbat Dinner with Julius Ciss: 8:00 pm
Adult/$18 Child/$10

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