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Judaism Unbound
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Listen in as Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg analyze pressing issues for 21st century American Judaism. Mixing their own analysis with interviews of leading thinkers, practitioners, and even "regular Jews," Dan and Lex look to push past the bounds of what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century.You can support Judaism Unbound at www.JudaismUnbound.com/donate.
 
The home of the Rabbi Asher Meza lecture and debate series.Torah Judaism for all!
 
Lessons from Authentic Judaism | Torah is the Ultimate Source for Spiritual Development | Get Inspiration for Personal Growth | Jewish Torah Podcast by Rabbi Mitterhoff
 
Exploring Judaism with Rabbi Skobac Judaism can be a very busy religion. We do so many things in our observance. It's easy to get lost in the details & forget about the big picture. So what's Judaism really all about? What’s the ultimate goal of everything we do as Jews? Where's Judaism supposed to be taking us? This lecture analyzes the core spiritual foundation for the context for the menu of Judaism. This lecture's dedicated in memory of Herb Green, z”l, Chaim Moshe Ben Yitzchak, who died ...
 
In less than 5 minutes per episode, listen to & explore topics on Judaism, Torah, holidays, and more! Views are not from a specific denomination of Judaism; the goal is to give a quick, easy, and educational lesson on a relevant subject for all to enjoy.
 
Rabbi Darren Levine shares practical and spiritual wisdom to increase the happiness and wellbeing in your life, your community, and the world.
 
Bringing libertarianism to Judaism and Judaism to libertarianism.
 
Chochmat Nashim was founded to fight injustice in the Orthodox Jewish world and bring about positive change. Join Rachel Stomel, Anne Gordon, and Shoshanna Keats Jaskoll as they speak from within the community out of love for Judaism, respect for tradition, and the need for justice.
 
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 ...
 
Madlik – Torah thoughts from a post-orthodox Jew with a life-long love and appreciation of Jewish texts and a fresh and sometimes heterodox perspective on their meaning, intent and practical (halachic) implications.
 
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Authentic Judaism
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Authentic Jewish Ideology
 
Israel Seen is a labor of love and is a portal to the other side of Israel. We provide content from a wonderful array of innovative, interesting, and dynamic Israelis. Our content is rich in vision, compassion, education and understanding of the human condition. We probe the depths of our psyche, soul and physical presence seeking out the questions and answers necessary to make the world a better place to live. We share a variety of views and opinions on Israel and its relationship with the ...
 
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#TrendingJewish
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If Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David could make a show about nothing… we figured we could make a Jewish podcast about everything. How does Judaism intersect with contemporary culture and illuminate how people live their lives? What are the trends defining the present and shaping the future? We don’t profess to have answers, just a host of questions, some profound, some rather idiosyncratic. Along the way we’ll learn about Judaism, the arts, politics, living a good life, and the interconnectedne ...
 
Amazing insights about Jewish spirituality and Torah from leading NYC rabbis.
 
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College of Judaism
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Yeshiva style Jewish learning mixed with modern secular classes. We will be offering Kabbalah, Torah, Talmud, Mitzvot, Jewish spiritual history, and Halacha. We also plan on bringing you a weekly Jewish news show. Thank you in advance for your patience as we get things up and running. Please sign up by sending an email as your enrollment. By enrolling in the College of Judaism, you will be signed up for class lists, study documents, and news letters.
 
Judaism's response to Christian Missionaries with Rabbi Tovia Singer
 
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Both/And
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Both/And: 250 Years of Conservative Judaism in 80 Minutes, with Chancellor Arnold M. Eisen.In an adaptation of his semester-long class for JTS students, Chancellor Arnie Eisen teaches us how Conservative Judaism became what it is today.
 
A show about Judaism and sexuality
 
Adat HaTikvah is a Messianic Synagouge that celebrate Yeshua the Messiah and the Judaism he represents. Adat is a part of an international movement, called Messianic Judaism. Messianic Judaism is a congregational, restoration movement made up of Jews and non-Jews who embrace Yeshua (Jesus) as Messiah while simultaneously recognizing and retaining Jewish identity.
 
Adat HaTikvah is a Messianic Synagouge that celebrate Yeshua the Messiah and the Judaism he represents. Adat is a part of an international movement, called Messianic Judaism. Messianic Judaism is a congregational, restoration movement made up of Jews and non-Jews who embrace Yeshua (Jesus) as Messiah while simultaneously recognizing and retaining Jewish identity.
 
Conversion to Orthodox Judaism with Rabbi Yaron Reuven to give a lecture at your synagogue, home or office please call 917.468.2324. Yaron Reuven is based out of Boca Raton, Florida, but travels around the country to give lectures to different groups. Please join our Facebook group "Torah Lessons To Help Our Lives". This Group is solely about publicizing HaShem's holy Torah from my lectures as well as great Rabbi's such as Rabbi Efraim Kachlon, Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi, Rabbi Zamir Cohen, Rabbi ...
 
Interview with Scholar of Judaism about their New Books
 
Rabbi Tovia Singer is the founder and director of Outreach Judaism and hosts The Tovia Singer Show on Arutz Sheva’s Israel National News. He is the author of the acclaimed “Let’s Get Biblical” audio series and book which asks “Why doesn’t Judaism accept the Christian Messiah?”
 
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Stories We Tell
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Judaism has a deep and rich tradition of storytelling, passing down stories from one generation to the next. To carry on that tradition, Stories We Tell from ReformJudaism.org will share a new story with you every Thursday. Whether you listen while driving to work, preparing Shabbat dinner, or taking your kids to school, each episode will give you a new story to reflect on and discuss with the people in your life. Stories We Tell is a project of the Union for Reform Judaism, a leading voice ...
 
Episodes From Roy's Show on Radio Maria "Jesus : The Promised Messiah of Judaism"
 
Collection of sermons, including High Holidays from Rabbi Adam Chalom. Rabbi Chalom is the rabbi of Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation serving the greater Chicago area as well as the dean of the International Institute of Secular Humanistic Judaism.
 
Jewish Educator, Tour Guide, Story teller and all round fun guy!
 
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The Jewcurious Show
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The Jewcurious Show is a podcast for people who are curious about Judaism and the Jewish people, whether you are Jewish, converting to Judaism, seeking the Jewish roots of a different faith, or just plain curious. We feature weekly interviews with rabbis, Jewish authors and artists, and other experts who can satisfy your curiosity and help you live a life a greater meaning, joy, human connection, and personal growth. Learn more at http://jewcurious.show today.
 
A podcast about Jewish myths and mysticism.
 
An introduction to major topics in Jewish life, with a particular focus on contemporary America.
 
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Hashivenu
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Hashivenu is a podcast about Jewish teachings and practice around resilience. Cultivating resilience in challenging times, both individually and collectively, is an essential path to personal renewal. Find out more about the show at About (https://hashivenu.fireside.fm/about), and learn about our theme song at Theme Song (https://hashivenu.fireside.fm/theme-song).Subscribe by EmailThis podcast is produced by Reconstructing Judaism. Visit us at ReconstructingJudaism.org (https://Reconstructin ...
 
Ever wonder if there is more to success and happiness than making money and looking good? Can we experience a profound sense of meaning and contribution despite already being committed to our spouses and our faith? This show cuts to the core of what success is all about. Lift Your Legacy is the show for people looking for inspiration in the areas of mental and emotional wellbeing, Judaism, family, relationships, business, and health. I reach out to people who could guide us based on their ow ...
 
This is the Torah Observant "Shomer Mitzvot" series. In Judaism, safeguarding and keeping the Torah is central to performing the will of HaShem. Indeed, as properly understood from HaShem’s point of view, the whole of Torah was given to bring its followers to the "goal" of acquiring the kind of faith in HaShem that leads to placing one’s trusting faithfulness in the One and only Son of HaShem, Yeshua HaMashiach. To this end, the Torah has prophesied about him since as early as the book of Ge ...
 
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Losing Our Religion
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A former megachurch pastor leaves religion behind to rid himself of the exclusivity created by its dogmas in order to open himself up to learn from the lives, stories, and experiences of everyone else. To prove we are more alike than we think and we can all get along no matter what we believe. Topics range via guest's experiences growing up in religious homes, where Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Secularism, Judaism, Hinduism, Tao, Heathenism, Satanism, Wicca and all forms of dogmas and ideo ...
 
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Bad Jew Weekly
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An irreverent, inclusive take on Judaism from the baddest Jewess around. Jewish and interested in learning more, but terrified of going to synagogue? Not Jewish and curious, but don't know where to begin? Somewhere in between? This is the podcast for you.
 
Rabbi Tovia Singer responds directly to the issues raised by missionaries and cults, by exploring Judaism in contradistinction to fundamentalist Christianity and helps us to sort through the maze and mystery of all the confusion in the world today on who
 
On the Other Hand: Ten Minutes of Torah, a podcast presented by ReformJudaism.org. Each week, Rabbi Rick Jacobs, President of the Union For Reform Judaism, will offer divrei Torah (insights into the weekly Torah portion) to help open up Jewish thought and its contemporary influence on your life. He condenses 2,000 years of Jewish wisdom into just 10 minutes of modern-day commentary. There are plenty of ways to interpret Torah and we want to hear what you think. You can weigh in on this week’ ...
 
This feed offers Messianic Jewish audio teachings, including Torah commentaries and concepts in Messianic Judaism.
 
This is the Torah Observant "Shomer Mitzvot" series. In Judaism, safeguarding and keeping the Torah is central to performing the will of HaShem. Indeed, as properly understood from HaShem’s point of view, the whole of Torah was given to bring its followers to the "goal" of acquiring the kind of faith in HaShem that leads to placing one’s trusting faithfulness in the One and only Son of HaShem, Yeshua HaMashiach. To this end, the Torah has prophesied about him since as early as the book of Ge ...
 
A weekly Parsha Podcast by Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe. Every podcast will outline of the parsha and delve into the major themes and draw valuable and interesting insights from it. Please send comments or questions to rabbiwolbe@gmail.com.
 
Rabbi Bruce L. Cohen’s explanatory Torah-readings and sermons given at Congregation Beth El of Manhattan – an unaffiliated Conservative Messianic Jewish synagogue in the Upper East Side of New York City, where Jewish people and “People of Calling” (not born Jewish), and interfaith couples come together in Manhattan since 1993 to observe Two-Testament Judaism. For more information, please visit us online at www.bethelnyc.org or an Facebook. If you’re in New York, we invite you to visit our Sa ...
 
Host Grant Schmidt, a young Jew re-discovering Judaism, interviews serious Jews and encourages them to be real. Together we will seek to explore non-Jewish items through a Jewish lens, define Jewish values, seperate "real" Judaism from what has been co-opted (whatever that means?) and cover numerous topics such as the modern day diaspora, Jewish defense, and the War on Jews, as well as Jewish Excellence, our impact on history, the relationship between USA, Israel, the and world, and, of cour ...
 
Comic and writer Alex Barnett is the White, Jewish husband of a Black woman (who converted to Judaism) and the father of a 7-year-old, Biracial son. Join him and his guests each episode as they discuss issues of concern to Multiracial people and people in Multiracial families (including the dynamics between members of the same family who are of different races). Alex has been seen on the Katie Couric Show, been featured on Sirius/XM Radio’s “Raw Dog Comedy,” NBC’s EVB Live, and in The Wall S ...
 
Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe’s Lectures on Pirkei Avos (Chapters of the Fathers)
 
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College Commons
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The College Commons Podcast, passionate perspectives from Judaism's leading thinkers, is produced by Hebrew Union College, America's first Jewish institution of higher learning.
 
Produced by ReconstructingJudaism.org, home on the web of Reconstructing Judaism
 
Rabbi and founder of Sar Shalom synagogue and Lapid: Yeshua centered Judaism. Passionately devoted to living as Yeshua truly lived.
 
Nachamu Ami Messianic Synagogue (NAMS) is a growing and vibrant Messianic Jewish congregation in Macon, Georgia, serving all of the Middle Georgia area. Our congregation is a diverse community, comprised of families from many nations, tribes, and tongues (Revelation 7:9). Therefore, obviously, many are not from a Jewish background. And while we are a Jewish synagogue, committed to the Jewish traditions, teachings, and lifestyle exemplified by our ancestors, our vision is to practice an inclu ...
 
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ODWIRA
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ODWIRA [oh-jee’-rah] is a term from ancient Khanit and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt) meaning ‘purification’. This term is found in Akan culture with the same meaning, as the Akan are directly descendent of the ancient Khanitu (Nubians). ODWIRA, purification, operationalizes Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion. NANASOM, Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion, in its varied expressions (Akan, Yoruba, Ewe, Lozi, Hoodoo, Juju, Voodoo, etc.) animates Afurakani/Afuraitka ...
 
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An Aliyah a Day: Beshalach the 4th Reading. Rabbi’s drash on the Parasha
 
Parshas Beshalach may be the most action-packed parsha in the Torah. After the Exodus, God directed the people to not take the shortest route to the Land in order to facilitate the great miracle of the Splitting of the Sea and the final destruction of the Egyptians. After those unprecedented miracles, the trouble began: Twice […]…
 
An Aliyah a Day: Beshalach the 3rd Reading . Rabbi’s drash on the Parasha
 
An Aliyah a Day: Beshalach the 2nd Reading. Rabbi’s drash on the Parasha
 
This week’s portion, Exodus 13:17-17:16. Highlights include: the crossing of the sea, manna, and attack by the Amakalites. https://anchor.fm
 
This week’s Torah portion, Parashat B’shalach, is read on Shabbat Shira, the Shabbat of Song. Music is highlighted on this particular Shabbat: In this portion, the prophetess Miriam leads the other women in playing their timbrels, and the accompanying Haftarah reading features the Song of Deborah. Rabbi Rick Jacobs discusses these texts and rem ...…
 
An Aliyah a Day: Beshalach, the 1st Reading . Rabbi’s drash on the Parasha
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on January 12, 2019. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Passing Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
This sermon by Dr. Jacob Rosenberg was heard on January 12, 2019. To learn more about Adat HaTikvah or to partner with us through your prayers or financial support visit adathatikvah.org amen@adathatikvah.org. The post Pray: Passing Prayer appeared first on Adat HaTikvah Messianic Synagogue.By Nathan Jacobs.
 
Chp. 16 verse 27 - Chp. 17: Hashem questions Moshe about the peoples' sincerity. They name the heavenly food "mann" and Moshe puts some in a jar to be saved for eternity. Chp. 17, the people travel to Rephidim and they demand that Moshe give them water. Hashem instructs Moshe to hit the rock and it would give forth water. They call the place Ma ...…
 
Chp. 15 verse 26 - Chp. 16 verse 27: Chp. finishes with their stay at Elim. Chp. 16, from Elim they reach the wilderness of Sin. The people complain about a lack of food. Hashem tells Moshe to tell the people that He will have it rain Mann from heaven everyday except Shabbos when they will receive a double portion. Hashem would give them quail ...…
 
Chp. 14 verses 11 - 29: The people begin to complain to Moshe afraid that the Egyptians would kill them. Moshe assures them that this would be the last time they would see the Egyptians, and that Hashem would battle for them. Hashem tells Moshe to stretch forth his hand and split the sea and the B'nai Yisrael should enter the sea on dry land. A ...…
 
Chp. 15 verses 5 - 26: continues with the verses of the " awz yashir." After the men finish singing, Miriam and the women sing separately. They travel to Marah where Moshe sweetens the bitter waters. Moshe then instructs them, that if they follow the will of G-d then they would be protected from all the diseases that were brought upon the Egypt ...…
 
Chp. 14 verse 23 - Chp. 15 verse 5: The Egyptians pursue the poeple into the sea. Hashem commands Moshe to stretch forth his hand over the sea and the waters covered the Egyptians. Chp. ends with the famous phrase found in the daily morning prayer about faith in G-d and believing in Moshe His servant. Chp. 15, continues with the "awz yashir" th ...…
 
Chp. 13 verses 21 & 22 Chp. 14 verses 1 -10: Why the Jews needed to travel both day and night. Chp. 14 Hashem told Moshe to have the people turn back to Red sea. He told them that He would harden the heart of Pharaoh and that he would pursue them to the sea. And as Hashem had told them Pharaoh brought his whole army with 600 chosen chariots to ...…
 
Chp. 14 verses 5 - 22: Pharaoh harnesses his own chariot and gathers his army to destroy the Jewish nation. The people are terrified when they see the Egyptians. They complain to Moshe and there are different approaches as what to do. He assures them that this would be the last time that they would see the Egyptians. They spend the night with t ...…
 
Chp. 13 verse 17 - Chp. 14 verse 5: Pharaoh escorts the people out of Egypt. They travel into the wilderness, with the cloud leading them during the day and the pillar of fire at night. Chp. 14, begins with Hashem instructing Moshe to return the people back towards Egypt so that Pharaoh would chase them into the wilderness for his final punishment.…
 
Chp. 17 verses 7 -16: The place that they complained about water was called Massah and Meribah. Then Amalek comes and attacks Israel in Rephidim. Moshe tells Yehoshua to chose men to war with them. Moshe goes up to the top of the hill with the staff in his hand, Aaron and Chur are with him. When he lifts his hands Israel prevails and when he dr ...…
 
chp. 13 verses 17 - 21: Introduction,Pharaoh sends the Jews out of Egypt. Hashem does not take them through the land of the Philistines, He was concerned that if they would be confronted with battle they would return to Egypt. He leads them by way of the wilderness by the Red Sea. They leave Egypt armed. Moshe takes the bones of Yosef with him ...…
 
Chp. 16 verses 27 -36 Chp. 17 verses 1 - 6: Even though they were commanded not to, some of the people went out on the seventh day to collect the Mann and there was none. Hashem rebukes Moshe for their action. They name the food from heaven Mann. Hashem commands Moshe to tell Aaron to place an omer of Mann in an earthenware container and place ...…
 
Chp. 16 verses 15 - 26: The people ask what the heavenly food is and Moshe tells them it is Mann. He tells them to go out each day and collect an omer for each person in their tent. Whether they gathered a little or a lot the amount was the same; an omer for each person. He told them not to leave any over for the next day for it would become wo ...…
 
Chp.15 verses 27 & 28 Chp, 16 verses 1 - 14: Description on how Hashem is our healer. The nation travels to Elim and there are twelve springs and seventy date trees. Chp. 16, They travel to the wilderness of Sin. They complain to Moshe and Aaron since they have no food. Hashem tells Moshe that He will make it rain bread from heaven which they w ...…
 
Chp. 15 verses 17 - 26: Continues with prayer section of the "Shirah." Finishes with " Hashem will reign for ever and ever." After the men finish the women led by Miriam sing their song to Hashem with musical instruments. Moshe then makes them leave the sea and they travel to Marah. They are thirsty but there is only bitter water, they complain ...…
 
Chp. 15 verses 4 - 16: Continues with the "Awz Yashir." That Hashem drowned the chariots of Pharaoh and his army in the sea. His right hand crushed the enemy. He cast them in the sea as stubble, stone, or lead commensurate with their level of cruelty against their Jewish slaves. In the middle of the song they praised Hashem with the famous word ...…
 
Chp. 14 verses 30 & 31 Chp. 15 verses 1 - 3: Hashem saved Israel on that day from the hand of the Egyptians and thet saw them dead on the sea shore. The people feared G-d and they believed in Hashem and Moshe His servant. Chp. 15, introduction to the "Shirah." How did they sing the song? The song is a proof of the "Revival of the dead." The hor ...…
 
Sermon: “A New Deal” Parashat Bo Torah: Exodus 10:1 – 13:16 Haftarah: Jeremiah 46:13 – 46:28
 
Ariel Burger joins Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg to discuss his book Witness: Lessons from Elie Wiesel’s Classroom, winner of a 2018 National Jewish Book Award. If you're enjoying Judaism Unbound, please help us keep things going with a one-time or monthly tax-deductible donation. Support Judaism Unbound by clicking here. To access full shownot ...…
 
An Aliyah a Day: Bo, 4th Reading part ב. Rabbi’s drash on the Parasha.
 
Jacob was poor, and had only a piece of bread to eat. Setting out in search of something to put on it, he happened upon a steaming pot of soup in the kitchen of an inn. Though tempted to steal a little, he stopped himself from doing so, and instead enjoyed the wonderful aroma. It was then that the innkeeper caught him and insisted on being paid ...…
 
An Aliyah a Day: Bo the fourth Reading. Rabbi’s drash on the Parasha
 
After the death of Moses, Joshua was tasked with the leadership of the people and with the invasion, conquest, and division of Canaan. Precisely 3 days after the 30-day mourning period of Moses, the invasion commenced with a rapid flurry of miracles, battles, and monumental events. This podcast covers the story of Joshua and the […]…
 
Rabbi Dr. Seth Farber of ITIM understands the complex workings of religion and state in Israel better than most. He sat down with Shoshanna and Anne to talk about what's good, what's bad, what's broken, and - perhaps surprisingly - the importance of a chief rabbinate for a Jewish state.Music: "Misery" by the Whips…
 
An Aliyah a Day: Bo the 3rd Reading . Rabbi’s drash on the Parasha
 
After the first seven Plagues of Egypt related in last week’s parsha, Pharaoh and his people were still unwilling to release the Children of Israel. In Parshas Bo, the miracles and wonders of the Almighty intesified, culminating in the Death of the Firstborn and the Exodus from Egypt. – – – – – – – […]…
 
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