The Eighteen Hour Shiur is a cornucopia of learning opportunities, as well as a fundraiser for our programs for university students! It will run from 6:00 AM to midnight on Sunday, September 18, 2016.
The classes are livestreamed here, but why not attend in person? All of the classes will be held in the small Beit Midrash at Yeshivat Or Chaim, 159 Almore Avenue in Toronto, and are open to men and women (other than the 6 PM program for female university students).
Click on the titles of the following classes to download their source sheets (more to be added as they become available):
6:00 AM – Daf Yomi: Bava Kama 110
6:45 AM – In-Depth Daf: How Does a Thief Repent? (sheet is in Hebrew, class is in English)
7:40 AM – Laws of Prayer: Must we wait for the Rabbi?
8:15 AM – Rav Kook on Teshuvah: The Return to Perfection
9:00 AM – Halachic Israel: Should the State Have Prisons?
10:00 AM – Bitcoin in Jewish Law
11:00 AM – The Call of Chaggai: Return to Zion!
12:00 PM – Business Ethics (with CPD): Conflicts of Interest
1:00 PM – Yaakov in Parshat Ki Tetze: The Beautiful Woman and the Rebellious Child
2:00 PM – The Greatest False Messiah: The Rise and Fall of Shabbtai Zvi
3:00 PM – Rabbi Akiva’s Glasses (Hebrew)
4:00 PM – Medical Ethics (with CME): Assisting Abortion and Death
5:00 PM – S.Y. Agnon’s The Orchestra
7:00 PM – Responsa: Is Industrial Kosher Supervision Necessary?
8:00 PM – Legal Ethics (with CPD): Reporting Child Abuse
9:00 PM – Parenting from the Torah: Sibling Rivalry
10:00 PM – Coffee in Halachah
11:00 PM – B’Motzaei Menuchah: Introduction to Selichot
We welcome donations of any amount, and all donations will be matched, dollar for dollar, up to $10,000. Donations and sponsorships will be listed on this page during the livestream. To sponsor a shiur in honour or in memory of someone, please see the sponsorship table:
|6:00 AM||Daf Yomi: Bava Kama 110||$180|
|6:45 AM||In-Depth Daf: How Does a Thief Repent?||$180|
|7:40 AM||Laws of Prayer: Must we wait for the Rabbi?||$180|
|8:15 AM||Rav Kook on Teshuvah: The Return to Perfection||Sponsored by Kim and Matthew Friedberg|
|9:00 AM||Yarchei Kallah Breakfast: Halachic Israel: Should the State Have Prisons?||Sponsored anonymously|
|10:00 AM||Bitcoin in Jewish Law||$180|
|11:00 AM||Return to Zion! The Call of Chaggai||$180|
|12:00 PM||Lunch and Learn: Business Ethics (CPD eligible for CA’s): Dealing with Conflicts of Interest||Sponsored by Miller Bernstein LLP|
|1:00 PM||Yaakov in Parshat Ki Tetze: The Beautiful Woman and the Rebellious Child||Sponsored by Beth and Mark Ziring|
|2:00 PM||The Greatest False Messiah: The Rise and Fall of Shabbtai Zvi||Sponsored by Ron Beker|
|3:00 PM||Rabbi Akiva’s Glasses (Hebrew)||$180|
|4:00 PM||Medical Ethics with CME Credit: Assisting Abortion and Death||Sponsored by Rabbi Jonathan and Ora Ziring|
|5:00 PM||S. Y. Agnon’s The Orchestra: A Tale of Erev Rosh HaShanah||$180|
|6:00 PM||Women’s Beit Midrash Dinner for university students: Are You My Mother? Determining Maternity||$360|
|7:00 PM||Responsa: Is Industrial Kosher Supervision Necessary?||Sponsored by Rabbi Mordechai and Caren Torczyner|
|8:00 PM||Legal Ethics with CPD Credit: Reporting Child Abuse||Sponsored by the Gene C. Colman Family Law Centre|
|9:00 PM||Parenting: The Challenge of Sibling Rivalry||Sponsored anonymously|
|10:00 PM||Coffee in Halachah (for university students)||$180|
|11:00 PM||B’Motzaei Menuchah: Introduction to Selichot||Sponsored by Shawna and Jeremy Magence|
We are grateful to Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn for the idea for this event.
All sponsorships are tax deductible in Canada to the full extent allowed by the CRA.
Please email the sponsorship information – including which shiur is sponsored, and whether you are marking a particular occasion or honouring a particular person – to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send acknowledgement cards, if desired.
To sponsor through Paypal (no Paypal account is needed):
|For Canadian Dollars||For US Dollars|