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Do you have questions about Judaism? The Thinking Jew Podcast discusses thought provoking insights on topics of Judaism and Torah. Join Rabbi Moshe as he explores the parsha, holidays, Jewish law and philosophy and you're sure to gain a deeper Torah perspective for the modern world. thethinkingjew.com For question, comments or future topic requests, email me at thethinkingjewpodcast@gmail.com
 
Two Messianic Jewish graduate students think deeply about Messianic Jewish history and theology. We also engage with questions asked by other Jews, Hebrew Roots/One Law groups, and Christians. These questions include: Can you be Jewish and believe in Jesus? Are Gentiles obligated to keep kosher, Shabbat, and the feasts? Didn't Christianity replace Judaism? And many more! We hope to be thoughtful conversation partners with you as we explore these issues. Subscribe if you would like to join us!
 
"Jews Shmooze" is a podcast that features the most prolific and well known Jews. In each 15-30 minute episode, guests will speak about their profession and the experiences they've had along the way as well as their thoughts on current events.
 
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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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 ...
 
Rabbi Hadar Margolin- Born in the USA, 1962 at age 19 moved to Israel. Taught in Ma’arava for 10 years, in American seminaries (Michlala, Darchei Binah, Machon Ra’aya) over 20 years. Currently head of Kollel Hora’ah – Ramat Eshkol under Rav Leib Kelemen (+ teaching in seminaries). Authored “Living Simcha”, “The Lulav and Esrog Handbook” (Artscroll), + a few Sefarim in Hebrew.
 
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The Krypt Fing

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The Krypt Fing

Jew Crew Platform, in direct partnership with Chris Rock

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I am going to find skills, to hack. Then find out who at snl who at snl has been stealing all my material, without paying me or giving me a job. Then, i am going to go travis binkel and murder that person. Was that clear enough for u
 
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Meaningful People

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Meaningful People

Yaakov Langer & Nachi Gordon

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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 & Yaakov to talk to the Jewish world's meaningful people.
 
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 ...
 
2 Jews and 2 Black Dudes Review the Movies is the collaboration of comedian brothers Eric and Jeff Rosenthal of ItsTheReal and legendary rappers Styles P and Sheek Louch of The LOX. Each episode is a dynamic conversation between two sets of best friends who all grew up ten minutes from each other, but under completely different circumstances; the discussions - based around viewings of movies like Coco, Trading Places, You’ve Got Mail, Jurassic Park, etc - touch on deep, thoughtful and utterl ...
 
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Jew Know What

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Jew Know What

@RabCharley @RSingerman @wfckeego

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On this show three friends, one a Rabbi with a full house of children and animals, one who recently chose to rediscover her Jewish roots and one here to give the (always wrong) male view, invite guests to sit on their virtual sofa and discuss what matters in their life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join Rabbi Yisroel Cotlar of Chabad of Cary for a daily study of practical Judaism as we journey through the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, The Abridged Code of Jewish Law. Each day, we will cover another chapter of the book in a 5-7 minute podcast. Please note: This is not a direct translation, rather a summary of the main ideas of that chapter in an easy-to-listen manner, along with short Chassidic Insights and personal reflections.
 
The relationship between Jews and Christians is critical to Jewish identity and self understanding since Jewish life has been both negatively and positively impacted by Christianity. This podcast explores this topic by looking into the past with the hope of forging a positive understanding in the future. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/juan-marcos-gutierrez0/support
 
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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People of the Pod

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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.
 
Each week, colleagues and friends April Baskin and Tracie Guy-Decker, discuss and unpack race and racism from our Jewish perspectives. You'll find April and Tracie have a lot in common and some important differences: April is a multiracial, Askenazi Jewish woman of color and Tracie is a white, Ashkenazi Jewish woman. Join us on this journey as we move together toward racial justice.
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1254 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 t ...
 
If you're a Jew in Canada, odds are good you live in a big city. But Jews have built communities all across our home and native land, and in this podcast, veteran broadcaster Ralph Benmergui journeys across Canada in search of proud Jews from small places. From Moncton to Moose Jaw, Glace Bay to Thunder Bay, join Ralph as he travels from coast to coast to coast in search of a truly national Canadian Jewish identity.
 
Ryan Metcalfe (not a Jew) and Gilli Apter (pretty Jewish) attempt to break down stereotypes about Jewish culture, trying to understand why they exist at all. It's everything you always wanted to know about modern Jewry but were too afraid to ask. From big noses to the money thing to bacon - what's the deal there really? No stone is left unturned. Getting to Know Jew is published weekly.
 
Things Unseen grapples with a spiritual climate that no longer conforms to orderly patterns – with fewer of us attracted to formal religion, but many still believing that there’s more out there than meets the eye. Thought-provoking speech radio for people of faith – and those who just feel intrigued by the spiritual dimension to life.
 
Welcome to The Total Torah Podcast by (Re)Discover Judaism! Join us each Sunday for an English reading of the weekly portion. Episodes are broken down into seven aliyot, allowing listeners the choice of hearing the portion all at once, spread throughout the week, or however you prefer! With The Total Torah Podcast, you now have the option to listen and learn on your terms as Jews around the world work their way through the whole scroll! Join the discussion in The Total Torah Podcast Facebook ...
 
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For Episode 23 of 2J2BD, Eric, Jeff, Sheek, Styles and Jadakiss got together in Yonkers to discuss the 2021 American satirical science fiction black comedy/drama film written, produced, and directed by Adam McKay and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothée Chalamet, Ron Perlman, Ari…
 
The Mishna (Rosh HaShanah 2a) teaches us that the 15th day of the Jewish month of Shevat is the "New Years for the Trees." In the practical sense this impacts multiple laws of agriculture as explained in the Torah. But is that all it is? Is it merely a birthday for the trees or is there a stronger more personal connection to us? We find multiple ex…
 
A Jewish synagogue in Texas attacked by a Muslim terrorist. The FBI says it is not connected to Jews. Thankfully all the Jewish hostages lived and the Islamist terrorist was killed. The solution to growing Jew-hatred is not in the authorities, not in Holocaust education and not by our own leaders focusing on Muslim outreach, while ignoring the evil…
 
Synopsis: This is the second installment of a two-part reflection on my upcoming Winter Break 2022. In today’s episode, we revisit the excerpts from Seneca and Marcus Aurelius which I reflected on after Winter Break 2021, and reexamine them in light of the tools I’ve gained since then. Next, we discuss my discovery of avodah zarah thinking in my ap…
 
David Baddiel, the British writer, comedian, commentator, and author of the acclaimed polemic ‘Jews Don’t Count’ joins Yonit and Jonathan to talk about who gets to play Jewish figures on stage and screen, along with the complexities of identity amid discussions of antisemitism, Israel, and progressive politics. For chutzpah of the week Jonathan sou…
 
This week, I speak to Egyptian-Jewish and Filipina author Sarah Dayan Mueller about her latest book “Home In A Hundred Places.” The book tells the story of her father, who spied for Israel while in Egypt in the 1940s and early 50s, and is also a larger tale about building family and preserving Jewish memory. Say hello! Lev@tcjewfolk.com https://jew…
 
As MLK Day and Tu B'Shvat overlap this coming week, April and Tracie unpack the lessons we can learn from trees and their growth in our racial justice journeys. They get into the nuances and differences between treating the symptoms of oppression and injustice – often addressed through “service” – and diagnosing and healing the root causes. And, th…
 
Recently, we were sent a Times of Israel blog by its author, Rabbi Joel Hoffman, entitled, "Why Messianic Judaism is Fake." We thought this was a good opportunity to try our hand at doing a live reaction as we read it for the first time! There is much more that could have been said, and much that we could have said more clearly. Hopefully, it is ed…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Moshe Gersht has been on a spiritual journey most of his life. As a child in Los Angeles, his upbringing was filled with ancient as well as new age wisdom instilled in him by his parents. Finding success at an early age in a pop punk band, he soon had his first of several spiritual awakenings, and left the band to pursue a deeper…
 
The Clementine literature represents many intriguing perspectives on several key ideas that were contrary to the orthodoxy of Christianity in the third and fourth centuries. The Talmud records debates regarding Reshuyot, i.e., Two Powers in Heaven, and many of these occurrences may reflect the perspectives of groups that supported the messianic cla…
 
We discuss the continuing story of the First Exile, the exile to Babylon. We will answer the following questions:Was the Land left Completely empty?Who was exiled?What changed about Judaism in Babylon?We refer both to the Biblical history, as recorded in the Bible and the Book of Ezekiel. We also refer to the archaeological record.This is a continu…
 
To ring in the new year and to give the boys a week off, we are re-releasing the first episode of Wondering Jews. The boys will be back with a new episode later this month. On the first episode of Wondering Jews, Josh and Roy take a trip to Candy Land, get Ripped from the Headlines, and even dust a nug of Torah. Plus, our first guest! Rabbi Laura G…
 
Episode 142 “Of Cigars and Kabbalah” finds 2/3rds of us, sorry this is an Ampersand-free episode, in conversation with our friend Felix Assouline. Turns out, he knows about more than just cigars! Felix and The Jew share some of their favorite concepts, stories, and beliefs from Kabbalah and other Jewish mystic traditions while the Gentile tries to …
 
Irony is one of the hallmarks of Jewish existence. After all, who could've thought that the same Jewish ideas that would help explain the psychology of the masses, and pave the way to modern PR and consumerism, would also be among the primary building tools of Nazi propaganda? What does Freud's nephew, Ed Bernays, have to do with the lucrative yet …
 
Rabbi Hanoch Teller has published 28 books to date that have sold over a quarter million copies worldwide, he's lectured in 25 countries across 5 continents, has a podcast called Teller From Jerusalem, is very involved at Yad Vashem, and is part of so much more. Hear about how he got started, how he does it, what goes on behind the scenes, the most…
 
Despite his vague statements, Christian lyrics and brief conversion to evangelicalism, Bob Dylan is considered a Jew by most Jews. He had a bar mitzvah; his parents were involved in B'nai Brith and Hadassah; he went to Camp Herzl. He's performed in Tel Aviv and at a Chabad telethon. That's evidence enough for Jordan Foisy, a comedian and writer, wh…
 
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