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Do you think you know your Bible? -- Ten Genesis Surprises

GENESIS SURPRISES
Ten Nuggets of MORAL MEANING
In The Book of GENESIS

A 75-Minute NO-COST Tele-Webinar
with Professor & Master Teacher

REUVEN KIMELMAN
Brandeis University
http://www.MoralBible.com/GenesisSurprises/P


Whether you are a Biblical scholar or a lay
worshiper, a regular student of Tanakh or
having an occasional interest in it, you may
have read, enjoyed, studied, or even taught
the narratives in the Book of Genesis many
times. So you know them well, right?

Or do you? ...

* Why is there no apple in the Garden of Eden?

* Why is the first woman named Eve?

* Where did Cain find a wife?

* Why was Jacob deceived by his sons with
  the blood of a goat?

* Why did the brothers refuse to believe
  that Joseph forgave them?

If you find any of these questions (or
others you may have) puzzling, this
interactive, live session with Professor
and Master Teacher Reuven Kimelman is
for you.

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
 DATE: Tuesday November 25, 2008
 TIME: 9 PM Eastern | 6 PM Pacific
 PLACE: Your telephone OR your computer
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
If this time is NOT convenient for you,
no worries: we'll get the recording of
the full session ready for you shortly
after the live event. However, you MUST
register to gain access to the replay.
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In 75-minutes, you will not only attend
a live & lively tour of no less than TEN
such puzzling questions about several
narratives in the Book of Genesis, but
also may find some of Reuven Kimelman's
answers ... surprising!

If you happen to also be an educator,
lay or professional, this tele-webinar
will be your pre-made module you can
learn, adapt and then teach with least
amount of effort. Your students,
congregants and friends will be delighted!

You will even get a chance to ask your
own question!

All you need participate is either a phone
OR a computer. Period. No travel, no cost,
no hassle. To reserve your virtual seat
(yes, there is a limit on the number of
attendees we can accommodate), simply
register at:


http://www.MoralBible.com/GenesisSurprises/P

If you've had the pleasure to attend any
of Reuven Kimelman's live teaching, you
already know how insightful and fun they
are. If you haven't, you are in for a
real treat. So go ahead and register
now at ...

http://www.MoralBible.com/GenesisSurprises/P

Looking forward to your joining us in this
remarkable event!

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