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From ancient history to current events, take yourself on a journey through the story of the Jewish People, from someone who has led hundreds of Jewish young professionals on trips throughout Israel. From the beginning of creation to modern Israel, each short episode is geared to appeal both to someone looking for the Jewish 101, as well as to those looking to go a bit beyond the basic story they already know. Check out the website at https://jewoughtaknow.com/. Enjoy!
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Jew-ish

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Say More Network

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What is being "Jewish"? We look the same, dress the same, work and play and eat right alongside our non-Jewish counterparts, and yet, somehow, everything is different. The world looks different through a Jewish lens, even for those who aren't particularly religious, the ones who might call ourselves "Jew-ish." This show explores that, and wants to share it, not just with the Jews, but with everyone, to provide a little window into the infinite ways there are to be Jewish. So, for all the Jew ...
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Finally, a smart, funny, fast-moving podcast for Jews who love weed and for the people who love them! Join co-hosts Josh and Roy for cannabis strain reviews, headlines from around the Jewish and weed worlds, special guest interviews, and general, all-purpose laughter and curiosity. Check out the most recent 20 episodes for free, or become a Patreon Patron at any level and get access to the full back catalog. L'High'im!
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There are so many Jewish personalities and big people in the world. They all have a story on how they became who they are today. Deep, unboundedly interesting, fun and uplifting, Meaningful People Podcast is a weekly opportunity for Nachi & Momo to talk to the Jewish world's meaningful people.
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NSN Presents Jew in the City Speaks: On Jew in the City Speaks, Allison Josephs brings her Jew in the City mission of "breaking down stereotypes about religious Jews and offering a humorous, meaningful outlook into Orthodox Judaism" to the vast and growing NSN audience. "Jew in the City is reshaping the way society views Orthodox Jews and Judaism through social media, corporate cultural diversity training seminars, lectures, and consulting services." The Nachum Segal Network is committed to ...
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Yonit Levi of Channel 12 Israel and Jonathan Freedland of The Guardian are two Jews on the news. Each week on the podcast, Levi in Tel Aviv and Freedland in London give their take on developments in politics and life in Israel, the US, the UK and around the world. Since they’re Jews, you can expect to hear far more than two opinions at any given time.
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The Stoic Jew

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The Stoic Jew

Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss

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My name is Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss. I am, first and foremost, an Orthodox Jew. My primary area of focus is the teachings of Shlomo ha'Melech (King Solomon) in Mishlei (Proverbs) and Koheles (Ecclesiastes). I also consider myself to be a student of the Stoic masters: Epictetus, Seneca, and Marcus Aurelius. Over the past two decades I have been exploring the relationship between Judaism and Stoicism - where they overlap, where they differ, and how they complement each other. This year I started ...
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It‘s that special time between Daf Yomi shiur and Shabbos cholent. It‘s that weekly get together to shmooze, talk news, Jewish music, tech, Torah, and food. And now, it‘s a Podcast! Welcome to the most entertaining Jewish podcast: Kiddush Club - The Podcast. Join us while we recreate the KC experience while we explore topics ranging from Islay Whiskey to Kosher Starburst, to interviews with some of the most interesting Jewish people, from Modi, to Nissim Black. All in the comfort of your hom ...
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Living the life of an Orthodox Jew in the 21st Century often necessitates a very significant income. Unfortunately, many are struggling to keep up. The Problem Is Bigger Than We Realize The cost of life for an Orthodox family with children can range from $150,000 to $350,000 or more, depending on city and schools of choice, lifestyle choices and number of children. The median income in America is $68,000 per family. This means that a family would potentially need to be in the top 5% of all i ...
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The CJN Podcast Network

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Rivka "Rivkush" Campbell, a Jew of Jamaican descent, has been one of Canada's most vocal Jews of colour. In this podcast, she interviews fascinating Jews of colour from all over the world, opening dialogue with the mainstream Jewish community about their views, perspectives and experiences.
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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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Lakewood, N.J. was once a small, quaint resort town nestled away on the tip of Ocean County. Over the years its unprecedented growth resulted in it evolving into the largest hub of Torah Jewry as we know it today. Join Meir for fascinating conversations with individuals whom with great effort transformed Lakewood from just a small town… into Our Town!
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People of the Pod

American Jewish Committee (AJC)

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People of the Pod is a weekly podcast analyzing global affairs through a Jewish lens, brought to you by American Jewish Committee. Host Manya Brachear Pashman examines current events, the people driving them, and what it all means for America, Israel, and the Jewish people.
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Antisemitism across the political spectrum is reaching sky high levels and our intergenerational trauma is triggered, so @neuroticjewishgay and @rootsmetals are coping how they know best: with memes, Friends references aplenty, and good old fashioned Jewish humor.
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Welcome to Messianic Viewpoint! This radio program falls under the umbrella of Beth Ariel Congregation in Montreal, Canada. We recognize Israel in the plan of God, defending the biblical position that God is not through dealing with her, nor are His promises to her yet fully fulfilled. In these last days there is a great need for Jewish outreach. We pray that both Jew and Gentile would be blessed through this teaching ministry.
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The One New Family Podcast features a monthly conversation around the topic of experiencing reconciliation in Christ/Messiah. In the Scriptures, II Corinthians 5:18 tells us that once we received reconciliation with Christ personally, we are entrusted with having the ministry of reconciliation interpersonally. Each episode features some truly amazing people sharing their personal experiences with Christ as well as stories of changed lives they have seen from the ministry the Lord has given them.
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The headlines: are they good for the Jews? Comics Katie Halper (@kthalps) and Heather Gold (@heathr) find out with you. Every Friday. Subscribe to get the shows in your inbox plus a nosh at http://morningJewz.com.
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Nice Jewish Books is a podcast focusing on adult Jewish fiction. On this podcast, we chat with authors about Jewish literature, historical fiction, science fiction and fantasy, mysteries, works in translation, and more. As long as a book has a Jewish theme, it’s a candidate for our show! This is a project of the Association of Jewish Libraries, the leading authority on Judaica Librarianship,
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Rabbi Charlie Buckholtz

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What does it mean to be a spiritual leader at this critical and chaotic moment in human history? Rabbi Charlie Buckholtz conducts intimate long-form interviews with other rabbis and culture-carriers, change-agents and court-jesters. On topics ranging from spiritual resistance to disorganized religion to Israel/Palestine to creativity to the possibility of individual and collective change, their lively journeys and conversations offer insight, humor, rare perspective and at times rank absurdi ...
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Well, we weren't able to make it to the Adirei Hatorah event, but you'll feel like you were there with our coverage! Actually, you'll just maybe get a small taste, because we had so many stories to cover, like the bridge that fell for the second time, Joe Biden who fell for the umpteenth time, the Celebrate Israel Parade, and the rest of the storie…
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Aliza Pilichowksi is the Mayor of Mitzpe Yericho, a community with hundreds of families that is 20 minutes away from Yerushaliam. Hear about how she became the mayor, what it is like, how Mitzpe Yericho decides where to allocate their resources, and more!Keep in touch with the podcast on Twitter @Jews_Shmooze and to sponsor an episode reach out to …
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June 7, 2023 Torah Smash! The Podcast for Nerdy Jews Episode 30 - Movie Midrash: QWundermania …With Special Guest Terry Wunder In this episode, we are joined by Terry Wunder as we explore the recent dive into Marvel’s quantum realm and discover what bothers us about the newest Ant-Man movie as well as Terry’s hopes and dreams for the future of the …
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The Six Day War did not mean the end of fighting, just a new phrase. At a summit in Khartoum the Arabs rejected peace, negotiation, and recognition of Israel, leaving violence as the only acceptable option. Egypt and Israel began fighting the War of Attrition, while Yasser Arafat’s PLO terrorist group challenged Israel’s patience and strength. Thes…
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Unfavorable polls, Biden administration woes and continued public protest are only a hint of the issues piled on the desk of the coalition. But with the deadline for forming the Judicial Selection Committee approaching, Netanyahu and his partners will really be put to the test on their intentions for Levin’s overhaul. Suleiman Maswadeh, diplomatic …
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Just kidding we couldn’t possibly answer a question that big in one show. Or one lifetime. But, in this first episode of Jew-ish, Rabbi Susan Shankman, Senior Rabbi of Washington Hebrew Congregation will take our hand, and walk us through some of the basics, just in time for the end of Jewish American Heritage Month! We’ll cover things like whateve…
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We are back with our friend and reluctant mentor, Meghan Daum! Meghan is an author, host of The Unspeakable podcast, co-host of A Special Place in Hell with Sarah Haider, and founder of the Unspeakeasy, a special online community for special online women (we are both members!). As usual, we start light and breezy by gushing over hot dictators and 9…
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With South African history behind her, a keen understanding of antisemitism, and plenty of media experience, Rolene—who recently moved to Israel—is a tireless advocate for Israel but isn't afraid to go beyond the politics of the issue into the sticky stuff that makes people human. We loved every moment of this talk and so will you. Rolene Marks T: …
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We live in a fast-food culture where we want things yesterday. We get frustrated when we have to wait on things out of our control. So, what does it really mean to “wait on God”? For most of us, waiting seems like idleness or passivity. In this episode of A Jew and A Gentile Discuss, Ezra and Carly dive into the Hebrew word used in verses about “wa…
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This week, Josh and Roy light up some Awesome Orange joints and rip into the headlines. After that, the boys roll out the random number generator and learn about commandment #557. Then, the boys wander around desert and discuss the faded festival of Shavout! This episode is supported by: Bud Love - A Premium Herbal + Mixer Want to know what we've s…
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Length: 10 minutes 24 seconds Synopsis: The aim of this short episode is to explain why I haven’t made an episode since before Pesach, but the REAL reason I’m making this episode is to help jumpstart my production of content for TSJ again. If you're interested in the secret episode, feel free to email me or reach out to me on WhatsApp. If you'd lik…
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Every once in a while you meet people doing unbelievable things that inspire you. The people behind this special "Meals for Heroes" initiative are some of those people. Do not miss being inspired yourselves by the people behind this initiative helping our holy IDF soldiers. Be inspired by it all! And if you want to help and contribute towards this …
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Twins JoJo and Bronka are coming of age in the United States in the 1960s. Daughters of Orthodox Jewish parents, they both have dreams and ambitions; JoJo of becoming an actress and Bronka of becoming an journalist. But shadows follow them: their parents' holocaust experience, US politics, neo-Nazis, sexism, and an unplanned pregnancy. Join me for …
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When David wrote the Psalms, the Book of Samuel was not yet written. Yet, it is in this book where we find his story, how he was anointed, how he came to power and gathered all of Israel as one making it into a great nation. However, the Book of Samuel is not really about David but more about his Descendant, the Messiah, Yeshua, Jesus our Messiah. …
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Once upon a time there was an evil communist regime called the Soviet Union. Nobody was free. There is a reason it was called the “Iron Curtain”. Nobody was allowed to practice or even learn about their religions. The Jews were especially persecuted. I remember as a kid protesting in the streets in front of the USSR consulate in New York City to fr…
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When David wrote the Psalms, the Book of Samuel was not yet written. Yet, it is in this book where we find his story, how he was anointed, how he came to power and gathered all of Israel as one making it into a great nation. However, the Book of Samuel is not really about David but more about his Descendant, the Messiah, Yeshua, Jesus our Messiah. …
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This Parsha Review Podcast (Ep 4.3) by Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe on Parshas Beha'aloscha offers a refreshing, clear and concise review as he does for each Parsha in the Torah. 00:00 Introduction 00:10 Parsha Summary 06:30 Important Lessons 35:27 Bonus Content from Q&A Download & Print the Parsha Review Notes: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ncaRyoH…
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Randy welcomes the young pup George Dulcich back to the show. George opens the show talking about his love of truck drivers and lot lizards. Randy asks George how his Molly Malone's show went down in his absence. The boys break down the LGBTQIA2+ moniker. This leads Randy to ask George what kind of guys he would be into if he were gay. George talks…
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When David wrote the Psalms, the Book of Samuel was not yet written. Yet, it is in this book where we find his story, how he was anointed, how he came to power and gathered all of Israel as one making it into a great nation. However, the Book of Samuel is not really about David but more about his Descendant, the Messiah, Yeshua, Jesus our Messiah. …
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What did talented, dedicated Jewish women do before they could become rabbis? Some became rebbetzins. In this episode of Can We Talk?, we’re looking at the changing role of the rebbetzin—the rabbi’s wife. Women have been rabbis in America for just over half a century, but for as long as there have been rabbis, there have been rabbi’s wives—and they…
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This episode features conversation Editor Richard Francis-Bruce who edited- 'Shawshank Redemption'(Tim Robbins & Morgan Freeman) & 'Green Mile' (Tom Hanks, Michael Clarke Duncan & Sam Rockwell). Both films were directed by legendary Frank Darabont. Kingdom of Dreams is a podcast about cinema and art of storytelling. The Podcast series will intervie…
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When David wrote the Psalms, the Book of Samuel was not yet written. Yet, it is in this book where we find his story, how he was anointed, how he came to power and gathered all of Israel as one making it into a great nation. However, the Book of Samuel is not really about David but more about his Descendant, the Messiah, Yeshua, Jesus our Messiah. …
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When David wrote the Psalms, the Book of Samuel was not yet written. Yet, it is in this book where we find his story, how he was anointed, how he came to power and gathered all of Israel as one making it into a great nation. However, the Book of Samuel is not really about David but more about his Descendant, the Messiah, Yeshua, Jesus our Messiah. …
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Is there a "Deep State" in the USA? Is there a "Deep State" in Israel? Many incidents taking place in Israel today highlight the fact that government employees have more power than our elected officials in determining government policy. At the same time, in the US, Americans are waking up the horrific treason and illegal actions of senior officials…
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🎧 Welcome to another exciting episode of The No Free Game podcast, where we dive into a fascinating mix of topics that will keep you hooked! In this episode, we discuss: In today's episode, we dive into the future of the Philadelphia 76ers, discuss the incredible talent of Ja Morant, and explore the chances of a black man winning the Republican pri…
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KC Bites is back! What do you get when you mix Artificial Intelligence (AI), Orthodox Jews, and the Jewish obsession with food? Visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/KiddushClub and buy us a coffee! Follow us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kiddushclubpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kiddushclubcast Join our WhatsApp chat: https://chat.what…
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Rabbi Shimon Russell is a psychotherapist in private practice in Yerushalayim. Rabbi Russell has semicha from Beis Medrash Govoah in Lakewood, NJ, and holds a master’s in Clinical Social Work. He is a popular author and speaker who has presented on parenting and mental-health-related topics worldwide. For over a decade, he was the clinical director…
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When David wrote the Psalms, the Book of Samuel was not yet written. Yet, it is in this book where we find his story, how he was anointed, how he came to power and gathered all of Israel as one making it into a great nation. However, the Book of Samuel is not really about David but more about his Descendant, the Messiah, Yeshua, Jesus our Messiah. …
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One of the unfortunate realities is that often there is a perspective of Messianic Judaism vs. Christianity, when in reality we are all one Body, one Bride of Messiah. So how do we foster unity with the Greater Body of Messiah? What would such unity look like? Our Messian[T]ics Team discuss these and other issues as relates to this idea. Give our l…
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When David wrote the Psalms, the Book of Samuel was not yet written. Yet, it is in this book where we find his story, how he was anointed, how he came to power and gathered all of Israel as one making it into a great nation. However, the Book of Samuel is not really about David but more about his Descendant, the Messiah, Yeshua, Jesus our Messiah. …
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The Living Jewishly Podcast is dedicated to learning, understanding and appreciating the greatness of Jewish heritage and the Torah through the simplified, concise study of Halacha, Jewish Law, thereby enhancing our understanding of how Hashem wants us to live our daily lives in a Jewish way. In this Living Jewishly Podcast episode, Rabbi Aryeh Wol…
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Join Geoffrey Stern and Rabbi Adam Mintz recorded on Clubhouse on June 1st 2023. We compare and contrast the Biblical Sotah (Suspected Woman) and the ritual of the bitter waters to the trial by ordeal found in ancient societies up until the Salem Witch Trials. We ask, what we can learn from this primitive form of justice. Sefaria Source sheet: http…
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This week, guest host Julie Fishman Rayman, AJC's Senior Director of Policy and Political Affairs, had the honor of connecting with Hakeem Jeffries, the leader of the House Democratic Caucus, after he led a congressional delegation to Israel and Ghana. As we approach the AJC Global Forum 2023 in Tel Aviv, we have the opportunity to listen to the De…
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