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Teacher: Ann P. Levin, J.D.
Ann P. Levin attended Hebrew day schools from grades 2-12 in New York City, and graduated from Brandeis University and St. John’s University School of Law. She practiced criminal and family law in New York City and Maricopa County, Arizona. After moving to Israel in 1998 with her family, she lives in the biblical heartland of Israel, and is a legal writing instructor in Israeli law schools.
Through her Bible study, she garners the spiritual strength to cope with a world in the throes of cataclysmic change. Her other interests include law, biblical archeology, art history, ethics, and basic economics. Her new book, Burning But Never Consumed: The Hebrew Bible in Turbulent Times, takes you on a journey to the Hebrew Scriptures for the spiritual anchor to navigate the threats to human liberty and morality rampant in our world at this time.