There is no one system for thesis crafting. It is crucial in an earlier level to think about some examples inside your subject just to get a ‘feel’ for what these are like. An effective way to get this done is always to go to college or university collection and look at some examples from earlier learners. Should you be not presently at institution then you can even now organize thesis writing from the conclusions you should consider is the way your own personal thesis/dissertation ought to be arranged. The precise volume of chapters are going to be to be able to decide on. You will need a single or quite a few facts presentation and research chapters, especially in a doctorate thesis. The chapters do not all ought to be the same distance. It is quite tricky to give regulations how long each individual segment should be, mainly because it will likely be distinctive for each and every thesis or dissertation. You probably should start creating the instant you can. There are a number of factors behind this. The most apparent an individual is that the writing will take too much time as well as the faster you will enjoy began the more suitable. Nonetheless, there are numerous of other facets of writing that are vital.

Adat Chaverim offers a high-level Adult Education program conducted by our leader, Cantor Jonathan Friedmann, Ph.D. Our adult learners engage in lively discussions, address deep questions, explore diverse perspectives and strengthen their roots as modern secular Jews.

The program consists of three ongoing courses:  Adult Education Series; Book Club (“People of the Books”); and Humanistic Torah Study.

Our Adult Education Series examines topics of historical and contemporary interest. Here’s a sampling of past topics:

  • The Diaspora
  • Humanism in Ancient Sources
  • Individualism and Commitment
  • Jewish Wisdom Literature
  • Mitzvot and Meaning
  • Secular Spirituality
  • Theism, Agnosticism and Atheism
  • Who is a Jew?

 

Our Book Club (“People of The Books”) delves into books of interest to Humanistic Jews. Here’s a sampling of books we’ve read:

  • The Conquest of Happiness, by Bertrand Russell
  • The Jewish Gospels: The Story of the Jewish Christ, by Daniel Boyarin
  • Judaism for Everyone...without Dogma, by Bernardo Sorj
  • The Magic of Reality: How We Know What's Really True, Richard Dawkins and Dave McKean
  • Mortality, by Christopher Hitchens
  • A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating Imagination for a World of Constant Change, by Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown
  • Not the Israel My Parents Promised Me, Harvey Pekar and J. T. Waldman
  • The Plot: The Secret Story of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, by Will Eisner
  • Science and Religion: Are they Compatible? by Daniel C. Dennett and Alvin Plantinga
  • The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements, by Eric Hoffer
  • When General Grant Expelled the Jews, by Jonathan D. Sarna
  • Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, by Reza Aslan

 

Our Humanistic Torah Study casts a historical and critical lens on important passages in the text. Here’s a sampling of past discussions:

  • Bereishit: Is the Myth of Creation Relevant?
  • Vayishlach: Wrestling, Rape and Revenge
  • Shemot: The Rise of Moses
  • Beshalach: Parting the Sea
  • Kedoshim: Are You Holy? (And what does that even mean?)