Thousands of years of the Jewish people’s experiences aren’t wasted or forgotten. Jews have a mechanism to make good use of them. It is learning from them.
Their learning has never been for curiosity’s sake. It has always been, and it is applied today to manage and steer the lives of human beings, as individuals, and as a people.
This whole process of the experiences of the Jewish people, learning from them, and applying the learned lessons to live their lives, is what it is called “Judaism.”
The study program of the Academy is divided into three areas:
- The Experiences of the Jewish people
- The Jews’ Learned Lessons
- The Application of the Learned Lessons