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To help support this podcast, please consider giving a tax deductible contribution here: https://go.thechesedfund.com/DyQrOD/support-rabbi-katzz-podcast --- Rabbi Dovid Katz, PhD is lauded for his extensive knowledge of Jewish History, his engaging and insightful lecture series, and eye opening historical international tours. Follow him weekly. New content released on Saturday nights, Wednesday (Personalities in Jewish History), & Friday (Perspective on the Parshah). Opportunities for sponso ...
 
What do we all have in common? We all live - and balance - complex and nuanced identities, that, when braided together, make us wholly ourselves - and “Wholly Jewish.” Join April Baskin, the Union for Reform Judaism’s former vice president for audacious hospitality, as she speaks with Jews of Color who share their experiences, insights, and how their identities enrich and create a more vibrant Jewish community.
 
A podcast dedicated to sharing inspirational Jewish stories that teach valuable and vital lessons from the Torah. Listeners will be moved by a daily story of spirituality. Featuring Jewish stories from the sages, the chassidic masters, and contemporary Jewish storytellers.
 
Thoughts on spirituality, Kabbalah, Jewish thought, Judaism and Relationships. Rabbi Yisroel Bernath is the Senior Rabbi at Rohr Chabad of NDG and the Jewish Chaplain at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Rabbi Bernath is the founder of JMontreal.com, Montreal's premiere Jewish dating service. Rabbi Bernath starred in the Gemini nominated documentary, Kosher Love.
 
Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe started The Jewish History Podcast in 2016 with the goal of making Jewish History interesting and accessible. Over the course of the years, episodes have covered the vast expanse of Jewish history, from Abraham to Moses and Joshua, to great Sages in modern times, to Israeli wars. Each episode is dedicated to either a theme of Jewish history, a great personality of Jewish history, an era of Jewish history, or a transcendent event of our people’s history. We learn about our ...
 
This Jewish Life is Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe’s flagship podcast. Since its founding in January of 2013, This Jewish Life has featured a delightful potpourri of podcast episodes on a myriad of Jewish subjects. In its current incarnation, the podcast focuses on exploring the deeper elements of Jewish life and philosophy. In each episode our objective is to go a bit deeper into subjects that we may be familiar with, to plumb the depths and uncover the essence of the beauty and sublimity of Jewish lif ...
 
Do you have unanswered questions about Judaism, sexuality and intimacy? Do you want your children to get a better sex education than you received, but lack the language or tools to provide it? Do you want to improve and enhance intimacy in your marriage, but aren’t sure how to go about it? Do you wonder about how Judaism views various aspects of sexuality? Do you have questions or issues that you would like to address – either in Jewish law or regarding sexuality – but there is no one you fe ...
 
Adventures in Jewish Studies is a podcast produced by the Association for Jewish Studies, the largest learned society and professional organization representing Jewish Studies scholars worldwide. The episodes take listeners on a journey, exploring a wide range of topics, from the contemporary to the ancient, in a way that’s informative, engaging, and fun. Launched in 2018, the Adventures in Jewish Studies series produces five episodes annually.
 
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All learning for the month of Tishrei is generously sponsored by Steve Czinn and Terri Kahn-Czinn in memory of their parents, Tzvi Hersh ben Yosef Hakohen, Yentil Mindel bas Bunim, Tzvi Ben Chaim and Deborah bas Yisroel Yoel z’l. If you would like to sponsor a shiur, please contact our office at office@suburbanorthodox.org or Donate Now.…
 
On Yom Kippur afternoon, we read the 48-verse Book of Jonah, which tells of a renegade prophet, Jonah, who defies the directive of God and refuses to castigate the people of Nineveh and instead escapes from God to Tarshish – with mixed results. A simple reading of the story reveals a tale of repentance, both of the protagonist, Jonah, and of the pe…
 
For a few brief weeks, it looked like 1968 would be a revolution in America on par with 1967 in Israel. This episode explores the role of radical Jews in trying to push America toward the birth of a new… Read the rest The post The Jewish Story Season 3, Ep23 Spirit of the Sixties part IV: The radical break first appeared on Elmad Online Learning. C…
 
Intimacy and sexual experiences are so closely connected with a person's sense of identity, and so seldom discussed in many religious communities, that they often are the source of tremendous feelings of guilt. When are these feelings misplaced and when do they serve a constructive purpose? How should a religious individual manage his experience of…
 
Humanity, in general, can be divided into two main groups: those who watch the news, and those who live a happy and prosperous life.But if you’re a sucker for news and politics like us, you’re doomed to cope with an endless stream of spins, fake news and manipulations, that it’s hard to sometimes really know what the hell’s going on.Fortunately the…
 
Media portrayals of Orthodox Jewish women frequently depict powerless, silent individuals who are at best naive to live an Orthodox lifestyle, and who are at worst, coerced into it. In Women of Valor: Orthodox Jewish Troll Fighters, Crime Writers, and Rock Stars in Contemporary Literature and Culture (Rutgers University Press, 2018), Karen E. H. Sk…
 
R' Chaim EisensteinFull lecture: https://www.torahanytime.com/#/lectures?v=124708For more stories, please visit www.storiestoinspire.orgTo purchase our new book, please visit www.flashesofinspiration.orgPlease take a moment to subscribe, rate and review our podcast. Thank you!Por Stories to Inspire
 
The most Jewish place outside of Israel? The center of the universe? Boro Park seems to be the epicenter of Jewish life in many ways. As it developed pre war, it was an out of town upscale neighborhood for those distancing themselves from Manhattan and Williamsburg. The original shuls like Shomrei Emunah, Temple Beth-El, Anshe Sfard, Bnei Yehuda an…
 
In this episode, Rabbi Address, left, chats with Rabbi Geri Newburge, center, rabbi at Main Line Reform Temple/Beth Elohim, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, and Rabbi Matt Soffer, senior rabbi at Judea Reform Congregation, Durham, North Carolina. On this episode of the Seekers of Meaning Podcast and TV Show, two mid-career rabbis discuss their plans for ob…
 
In this episode we sit down and discuss with Jonathan Caras from Lionschain Capital, the fundamentals of Jewish wealth management, the risks one should be concerned about in this uncertain times storing your wealth in the exile, and finally a practical way to hedge in this new year against a possible financial downturn. Please visit our website: Is…
 
B”H You’re listening to Jewish Latin Princess. I’m Yael Trusch, Your Host. We’re back with Hedy Pagremanski, Holocaust survivor and NYC Street Artist. We left off with her telling us why she always knew she’d marry Jewish. What about raising the next generation with a sense of accountability to a higher standard of morality? Anger after the Holocau…
 
Challenge Accepted II: Electric Boogajew (Episode 46)Challenging times call for challenging… challenges! In this week’s episode, the Nice Jewish Fangirls rate and discuss the fandom challenges issued back in episode 42. Tamar talks about Bloodline by Claudia Grey and Nimona by Noelle Stevenson, Michal shares her take on Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite and …
 
Jewish innovation thrives on different perspectives, and it’s so vital that queer Jewish leaders be empowered to share their own. This week, Rabbi Dara Lithwick shares her experience wrestling both with God and coming out as a lesbian. She talks about her work with the Canadian Council for Reform Judaism and the Canadian Parliament, and embracing T…
 
Episode 14 of "What Gives?" the Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network. Guests: Jay and Shira Ruderman, of the Ruderman Family Foundation Music Credits: "Believer" by Silent Partner "Bellissimo" by Doug Maxwell "Web Weaver's Dance" by Asher Fulero "Plenty Step" by Freedom Trail Studio "This is a Jazz Space" by Midnight North "No Sl…
 
We're conducting a brief survey of our listeners. Two lucky participants will be selected to receive a $30 Amazon gift card! Thanks in advance for being a thoughtful listener, go to the survey now. Why do historical terms matter, like Ghetto, concentration camp, and fascism? Daniel B. Schwartz joins us to discuss his book Ghetto: The History of a W…
 
"The arc of moral justice is long, but it bends towards justice", says the famous old quote repeated by Martin Luther King.It's been an extraordinary summer covering Israel and it started for me with this remarkable interview with His Excellency, Ambassador Ferenc Kumin at the Hungarian Embassy in London. With Israel and the UAE agreeing to normali…
 
In case you missed it…celebrated comedy writers and good friends Cindy Chupack and Annabelle Gurwitch discuss how they mine humor from heartbreak and humiliation, and whether it’s possible to find laughter in the time of Covid. Moderated by Arlene Sarner, award-winning writer/producer. Click Here for a Video Replay Click Here to join us September 2…
 
Of all the episodes that I have recorded over the years, this will be perhaps the most unique one. For one, it will be released simultaneously on all 6 channels that I am fortunate enough to host: The Parsha Podcast, The Jewish History Podcast, The Mitzvah Podcast , This Jewish Life, The Ethics Podcast, and TORAH 101, and of course on the podcast c…
 
For many people, the narrative about Black-Jewish relations goes something like this: In the 1960s, there was a strong alliance between the two groups, perfectly encapsulated by the image of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel walking arm-in-arm on the civil rights march from Selma, Alabama. Then, with the rise of black nationa…
 
Muslim author Saadia Faruqui and Jewish author Laura Shovan joined me to talk about their jointly written middle grade contemporary novel, A Place at the Table. This is a book about immigration, about friendship, and it will make you hungry. Full show notes at: https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2020/09/a-place-at-table.html…
 
This month we’re talking about An American Pickle, and for our second segment we’re talking about politics in shul. How and how much, if at all, should politics show up in our prayer communities? Endorsements Mimi endorses Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, and Tinyletter.com/Pome, and Things to Do In the Belly of the Whale […] The post An American …
 
This month Phil, Clive, Kate, Jon & Tony chat to Comedian Ashley Blaker about performing the first show in front of an audience at JW3 since lockdown began. Frances Jeens on The Jewish Museum's exhibition which explores the legacy of the Holocaust. Natasha Bernard talks about a walk she and her siblings will take part in following the tragic loss o…
 
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