Community Beit Midrash

At Ein Hanatziv we believe that studying Torah and the intellectual pursuit of Jewish identity and its significance, has value at all stages of a person’s life and to all social circles and communities.

The Community Beit Midrash, established by Ein Hantziv, offers people from all walks of life, from communities in our immediate region and throughout the north an opportunity to pursue this intellectual challenge.

(These programs are conducted in Hebrew)

Ma'ayanot Boker

Ma'ayanot Boker - Wednesdays from 8 am to 1:15 pm - from 14/10/15

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Hezi Cohen

The Kingdom of Shlomo - from the founding of the empire to its split - during this course we will attempt to understand the significance of the stories in Kings (1-11) and the ideological lessons implicit in them.  We will clarify the contribution of Shlomo to the Kingdom of Israel, and discuss the question of the united empire. One discussion will focus on the establishment of the Beit Hamikdash in Jerusalem and more...

Dr. Hezi Cohen - holds a doctorate from Bar Ilan University.  He teaches at Bar Ilan in the Department of Basic Studies, and teaches classes for MA students in Tanach.  Hezi also teaches at Midreshet Ein Hanatziv and at Yeshivat Ma'ale Gilboa.


Uzi Paz

Joseph and his brothers - What caused the disagreement?

The course will focus on studying the last chapters of Genesis (37-50) using the "close reading" method. We will examine how old and new commentators related to their relationships.

Uzi Paz - is a member of Kibbutz Ein Hanatziv, Tanach researcher and has been teaching at the Misrasha since it was founded.


Dalia Yochanan and Rachel Evyashar Lebel

Partshat Hashavua in the eyes of art and literature - each class will deal with the parsha in order in the books of Genesis and Exodus and will focus on the literary and artistic expressions in each chapter throughout the generations

Dalia Yochanan - is a member of Kibbutz Tirat Zvi.  She is a teacher of literature, history and art. Dalisa has a BA Hebrew Literature, Comparative Literature and the Jewish History from Haifa University and an MA in Contemporary Hebrew Literature from Hebrew University. Today she is the coordinator of the art and design track at the Shaked-Darca High School on Kibbutz Sde Eliahu.  

 


Dalia Yochanan and Rachel Evyashar Lebel

Partshat Hashavua in the eyes of art and literature - each class will deal with the parsha in order in the books of Genesis and Exodus and will focus on the literary and artistic expressions in each chapter throughout the generations

Dalia Yochanan - is a member of Kibbutz Tirat Zvi.  She is a teacher of literature, history and art. Dalisa has a BA Hebrew Literature, Comparative Literature and the Jewish History from Haifa University and an MA in Contemporary Hebrew Literature from Hebrew University. Today she is the coordinator of the art and design track at the Shaked-Darca High School on Kibbutz Sde Eliahu.  

 


Zeev Kitsis

Introduction to Hasidut - During the course will familiarize ourselves with the different Hasidic courts from the Ba'al Shem Tov to the beginning of the 20th century. We will try and taste the light hidden in the Hasidic movement in all its variations.

Dr. Zeev Kitsis - is a resident of Ma'ale Gilboa, a teacher of Hasidut, and has a Ph.D. in the field of Hasidic literature.


Uzi Paz

Joseph and his brothers - What caused the disagreement?

The course will focus on studying the last chapters of Genesis (37-50) using the "close reading" method. We will examine how old and new commentators related to their relationships.

Uzi Paz - is a member of Kibbutz Ein Hanatziv, Tanach researcher and has been teaching at the Misrasha since it was founded.


עמיחי רוזנפלד

'אני ואתה, אני והוא' - בין אדם לחברו ובין אדם לאלוקיו בסיפורי חז"ל

נצעד בעקבות חז"ל בסיפוריהם, ובעזרת ניתוח ספרותי וקריאה קיומית נתחקה אחר עמידתם של חז"ל לפני קונם, ובהתנהגותם עם הסובבים אותם.

עמיחי רוזנפלד - משמש כר"מ גמרא, וכמרכז של תוכנית לימודי הבקיאות במדרשה. כמו כן הוא עוסק בהוראת משנתו של הרב שג"ר.

עמיחי הוא בוגר ישיבת ההסדר במעלה אדומים וישיבת שיח יצחק, וכמו כן למד גם בישיבת ההסדר בירוחם ובבית המדרש של בית מורשה בירושלים. מחזיק בתואר ראשון בתלמוד ומחשבת ישראל ממכללת הרצוג, ובתואר שני בתלמוד מהאוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים. טרם עבודתו במדרשה, שימש עמיחי כר"מ בקיאות בישיבת שיח יצחק.

עמיחי ומשפחתו מתגוררים בקיבוץ עין הנצי"ב.


Rachel Keren

"Where is Halacha going" - issue in meta-halacha  - the course will focus on learning the basic and leading principles for creating a halachic decision, while delving into the main sources from the Gemara and the early commentators and their implementation from responsa literature to contemporary issues. 

Rachel Keren - is the Rosh Beit Midrash at Midreshet Ein Hanatziv.  She teaches Judaism and gender, prophets, issues in halacha and Jewish philosophy.  Rachel has a BA and MA from Hebrew University in Jewish Philosophy and Jewish History.  She participates in the halacha program at Beit Morasha.