Melton Scholars class.*



Date & Time

Wednesday, 12:00-1:30 pm (EST) February 3 - March 10

Together we will seek answers to the BIG questions around God and God’s relationship to humankind.

Course Description :

In this six-week exploratory course, we’ll seek answers to the BIG questions around God and God’s relationship to Humankind. Take for yourself a Divine moment to uncover and consider many different understandings of God expressed by Jewish thinkers, past and present. This course will give you the tools to continue asking deep questions, probing your own beliefs and rethinking the “God- questions” that confront us throughout our lives.

Dates: Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24; Mar. 3, 10
Wednesday, 12:00-1:30pm (EST)
**Course books will be shipped directly to your home address on file. If different, please contact us at
Click the image below to hear more about the course from Dr. Lilienthal!
This course is part of The Rachel Wasserman Scholars Curriculum of the Melton School. The Scholars Curriculum takes students on a journey of deep examination of Jewish texts. and invites students to lend their voices to the ageless pursuit of Jewish wisdom.
About the Instructor:
Dr. Sandra Lilienthal has a Masters in Jewish Studies and a Doctorate in Jewish Education. In 2015, she received the prestigious Covenant Award for Excellence in Jewish Education. Sandra has over 25 years of experience in Jewish Education working with all ages in both Brazil and the US. For the past 10 years, Dr. Lilienthal has focused exclusively on teaching adults. She is an Adjunct Professor at Gratz College, a Melton faculty member in Palm Beach County and the author of the Pillars of Judaism curriculum. Sandra is a guest speaker at many synagogues in the tri-county area, presents at Limmud conferences in the US and Canada and is invited for scholar-in-residence programs around the country.