Dr. Leeor Gottlieb is a lecturer in the Department of Bible at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. He has lectured on Tanakh in various Jewish communities throughout the U.S. Dr. Gottlieb’s Shiurim to the general public tend to address core issues of basic biblical themes by reading Tanakh according to its Peshat.
Professionally speaking, his research interests include biblical Hebrew and Aramaic, Aramaic Targum, the historical transmission of the biblical text and computer-assisted research of the Bible. He is the director of the Equivalent Project – an ISF research initiative for the study of ancient translations of the Hebrew Bible. Dr. Gottlieb is a member of the Minerva Center for the Relations between Israel and Aram in Biblical Times and serves on steering committees for the Society of Biblical Literature.
Field / Profession: Educator
Educator at: Academic
Recent Places Spoken/Recommendations:
East Denver Orthodox Synagogue (CO)
Young Israel of Holliswood (NY)
Young Israel of Hollywood-Fort Lauderdale (FL)
Speaking Topics: Torah, Israel, Politics, Eretz Yisrael, Inspirational, Campus/Students
Sample Topics - General:
Why Would King Saul Name his Son Ish-Boshet?
Arguing with God (Sepher Iyov)
The Two Versions of Yedid Nephesh
Cyrus the Inadvertent Messiah
The Alphabet in Ancient Israel
Satan - an Unauthorized Biography
R. Yaakov Emden's Interpretation of the New Testament
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