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Money Matters

Money Matters

Jewish Business Ethics

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MONEY MATTERS:
Jewish Business Ethics

Is Judaism socialist or capitalist? Who is responsible for preventing poverty? Is unionization a Jewish ideal? Must Walmart pay its workers a livable wage? Where would you draw the line? An ethical, Talmudic, and legal debate on the economic issues of our time. 

JLI

This course is brought to you by the Jewish Learning Institute. Chabad Jewish Center is a registered affiliate of the JLI.

This course will be offered at:

Chabad Jewish Center
3813 W State St
Boise, ID 83703

Six Tuesdays, Beginning January 24, 2012.
7:00 - 9:00 PM

Fee: $80 (textbook included)
Early-bird discount (until January 9): 10%
Multi Sign-up discount (great for couples): 10%

TRY THE FIRST CLASS FREE: Not sure if you will like the course? Register and come to the first class for free and then decide if you would like to continue the course.

MONEY-BACK GUARRANTEE: If, at any time, you are not satisfied with the course you may cancel and you will be refunded your entire registration fee.

CLICK HERE FOR A COURSE SYLLABUS, INFO ABOUT THE JEWISH LEARNING INSTITUTE & ENDORSEMENTS

CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP!

Call 208-853-9200 for more information.

 

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JEWISH LEARNING INSTITUTE


Chabad Jewish Center is proud to be an affiliate of the international Rohr Jewish Learning Institute. The JLI offers transformative professional adult education courses on a wide array of Jewish subjects and interests. Find out more about the JLI and our upcoming JLI courses.

Every day we must study Torah.
Each day you are new. Each morning you are born to life again. Do you not eat again each day as though you have never eaten before? Do you not thirst as though you have never drunk water?
Should we not study again each day to feed our minds and souls?
~ Based on the Talmud and the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneersohn