This is a demonstration of how Photoshow can be used in both the Judaic Studies classroom and for the teacher training and mentoring of pre-service and in-service Judaic educators
Zimel Kolker is a Jewish artist. This is a Shabbath candlesticks made of iron against Jerusalem picture.
Open House at Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem for 180 students from secular high schools throughout Israel who are studying Torah, Jewish culture, and other Judaic Studies subjects in programs created, developed and managed by Hartman Institute, entitled Beeri and Maatzim.
Shalom Hartman Institute, Jerusalem, Israel, creates a new program, the North American Scholars Circle, a collection of academic experts in Judaic Studies, Jewish Studies, and related disciplines to study issues of interest to and important to the Jewish communities of North America and the Jewish World
The Shalom Hartman Institute is pleased to announce a new organizational structure built around three centers focusing on our core areas of advanced Judaic Studies research, educational initiatives in Israel, and North American leadership development.
This new structure is designed to position Hartman Institute for growth and expansion in Israel and in North America, to better serve existing constituencies, whether they are rabbis, teachers, IDF officers or students, and to enhance efforts to reach out to additional individuals and organizations.
The Institute's three new centers are the Kogod Research Center for Contemporary Jewish Thought, the Education Center for Israeli-Jewish Identity, and the Center for North American Leadership Initiatives. Each center comprises a number of departments and programs sharply focused on the participants and services they provide to thousands in Israel and North America.
When most people think of faith-based jobs, their first thoughts are of religious leaders like priests, pastors, rabbis, and imams.
Faith based Business
But today there are many more options for those who wish to work for a church or other faith-based employer - or to help others. There are many reasons people choose a faith-based business. First, most feel that God is calling or leading them to help others through a church, synagogue, mosque, or other ministry. Others may feel the desire to help people who are struggling emotionally, physically, or financially. There are many faith-based organizations that provide assistance to people with these needs, and they hire all kinds of people to meet them. Some people may simply be tired of working for a company that does not seem to care about its employees, customers, or ethics, and is looking for a faith-based company that does. All of these are very good reasons to explore the possibility of exploring religious business opportunities.
Opening website for faith related jobs
Religious Business will look at the many different jobs and career paths that are available to people today: what they are, what they do, what the outlook for these jobs are, as well as what education, knowledge, and skills they require. We will also look at possible career paths and average salary information for each position.
Different faith business
However, the three faiths that are practiced by the largest number of people are the Christian faith, the Judaic faith, and the Islamic faith. Not only is the Christian faith practiced by a large number of people, but it also has the largest number of church and faith-related jobs who love to do business in the country. There are less types of jobs available when it comes to the Judaic and Islamic faiths, for business who love to do it.
"The practice is known as "metzitzah b'peh": after removing the foreskin, the mohel (practitioner of the circumcision) sucks the blood from the wound to clean it."
Metzitzah b’peh: (sucking on the circumcised baby's penis after a Talmudic circumcision) is not anywhere commanded by the Biblical law of God ("Torah"). This homosexual molestation of infants via metzitzah b'peh is commanded only by the man-made hahalcha of the Talmud (BT Shabbat 19:2), and post-Talmudic rabbinic authorities. There is no warrant in the Bible for homosexual molestation of infants. Metzitzah b'peh was formerly the way all Judaic infants were circumcised for more than a thousand years. In other words, all Talmudic babies were molested as infants throughout most of western history, and many tens of thousands still are today. All "Christians" who support Orthodox Judaism and present it as allies in the conservative struggle for "family values" are complicit in the institutionalized metzitzah b'peh molestation of innocent and helpless Judaic baby boys. For more information on this abominable sin cf. Judaism Discovered.
Glossary of Terms
Mohelim: (plural) rabbinic circumcisers. Singular: mohel.
Metzitzah b’peh: sucking on the circumcised baby’s penis by a mohel, according to the hahalcha (law) of the Talmud and post-Talmudic rabbinic authorities
The leading association for mohelim who practice a risky oral blood suctioning technique in their circumcisions has vowed not to cooperate with New York City’s new health regulations governing use of the technique, known as metzitzah b’peh.
Brooklyn mohel Rabbi Avrohom Cohn, chairman of the American Board of Ritual Circumcision, said his group would not have parents sign waiver forms, which the city is now requiring as a condition for performing metzitzah b’peh.
“He’s the mayor of the biggest city in the world, but I’m not going to listen to him,” Cohn said
source is the new yorker newspaper "forward"