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Theological Research Institute, Ltd. (TRI)

Overview

The Theological Research Institute, Ltd. (TRI), an NCCRS member since 2010, was founded in 2009 to offer students and professionals a comprehensive and robust learning experience focused on the history, philosophy, biblical law, and hermeneutics of the Jewish religion. Utilizing the classical methods of rabbinic scholarship, combined with special emphasis on religious humanism, TRI strives to bring a new and innovative twist to Jewish learning that will emphasize evolving issues, both past and present. Humanistic ideals of morals, ethics, and tolerance, based on the writings of the Pentateuch, Talmud, the academies of the Geonim and Maimonides, are underlying themes that form the basis of the curriculum and are integrated into lesson plans, and course work, highlighting the continuity of these cherished characteristics throughout Jewish traditions and to the present day.

The goal of TRI is to provide college level coursework focused on Judaic studies to a wide and all-encompassing audience, regardless of religion, race or creed. Courses in Jewish humanities, thought and philosophy, Talmudic, Jurisprudential, and biblical studies form the cornerstone of our available classes. Instructors highlight the theoretical and practical applications of the traditions and contemporary concepts in modern society through classroom and online lectures. This program will ensure that the students of the TRI will have extensive knowledge of these principles and their daily application.

Source of Official Student Records

Dean of Administrative Affairs
50 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10010
United States
Phone: 
718-395-9613

Titles of all evaluated learning experiences

Jewish Studies

Talmud Courses-Theological Research Institute

Theological Research Institute-Inactive Courses

Descriptions and credit recommendations for all evaluated learning experiences

Jewish Studies

Talmud Courses-Theological Research Institute

Theological Research Institute-Inactive Courses

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