People within a culture share certain knowledge and common assumptions that allow them to be understood by one another, to share references, and to understand the context of various conversations, jokes, or ideas. Judaism has a "cultural literacy" as well. In a lighthearted style that allows for both easy conversation and in-depth discussion, this course debunks common misconceptions and introduces little-known but important facts about Judaism that seek to intrigue, surprise, and inform individuals about the richness and scope of the Jewish heritage.
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