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&quotCome and Be Flagellated&quot What Constitutes a Hevruta

A research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute, Yair Eldan has a doctorate from the conflict management program in Bar-Ilan University. His dissertation is a theoretical-critical study,”Distancing and Death in Rabbinic Excommunication.” He holds an LLB from the Law faculty of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and teaches Law and Literature in the Law Faculty of the College of Management.

Lecture Title: Come and be Flagellated – What Constitutes a Hevruta

: Yair Eldan

Lecture Sources

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1. Genesis 1: 20 -23

2. Numbers 11: 16-22

3. Numbers 1: 1- 20

4. Ezra 10: 1 – 3

5. Genesis 17: 1-15

6. Deuteronomy 7: 1-22

7. Genesis Rabba 7:2

8. Pesikat DeRav Kehana page 36

7. Babylonian Talmud, Hullin 27b

Program: Lay Leadership Summer Study Retreat

Program Year: 2010

Program Theme: Engaging Israel: Jewish Values and the Dilemmas of Nationhood

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