Best Parashah podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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These 100 podcast episodes represent the archive versions of the complete 54 Parashat HaShavua (Weekly Torah Portions) as produced by Torah Teacher Ariel. You are encouraged to visit (www.GraftedIn.com/weekly-torah-portions) for information about new and upcoming versions of the Weekly Torah Portions. While you are there, we invite you to fill in your name and email address to subscribe to Ariel’s Weekly Messianic Newsletter to receive the written commentaries delivered to you by email, and ...
 
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Torah Talk
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a learner's guide by Michael Carasik (incorporating the "Torah Talk" podcast)
 
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The Parasha Series
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Getting Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky's shiurim (Torah classes) is easier than ever! This feed hosts Rabbi Orlofsky’s shiurim on the weekly parasha, pulled directly from rabbiorlofsky.com. Shiurim are added when they appear on the website. There’s no set schedule, but expect bursts of multiple shiurim every once in a while! Enjoy!
 
Join us each week as we analyze a section of the weekly parshah. From a careful study of the text and the guidance of the Midrash and classic commentaries, we find that the parshah has a great deal to teach us about modern life. This class, which is given each week to the women of Yad Binyamin, Israel, takes a decidedly Zionist perspective to the parshah as well.
 
We invite and encourage you to join the reading schedule that has so inspired the Jewish community since before the birth of “The Church.” At the same time, we challenge you to read the portions on your own, mining God’s rich, spiritual garden, gleaning the precious nuggets that lay in store for you. A Messianic commentary for each portion has been provided to assist you in your journey to become a more mature child of HaShem. May His Spirit richly bless you as you “Study to show thyself app ...
 
Parshah Universal Torah from the Chumash with Rod Bryant
 
This podcast if created for kids who want to learn about each Torah portion from a messianic perspective.
 
The Ruach HaKadosh (Holy Spirit) gently but firmly persuaded us to provide a place where people would come to celebrate a relationship with Abba--Father on a journey to Torah observance. We chose El Shaddai as the name for our Ministries because there is no doubt He is the GREAT and MIGHTY GOD. Our assembly is made up of people from all faiths and walks of life; we have grown to over 400 people, with over 40,000 listening in from around the world and close to a million hits at the website ev ...
 
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Join Rabbi Dov Lipman and Pastor Trey Graham each week as they discuss the Parashah פָּרָשָׁה‎ (weekly Torah reading from the Bible). This episode covers Exodus chapters 1-5.
 
Join Rabbi Dov Lipman and Pastor Trey Graham for this week's New Year's discussion as they discuss the Parashah פָּרָשָׁה‎ (weekly Torah reading from the Bible).
 
Join Rabbi Dov Lipman and Pastor Trey Graham each week as they discuss the Parashah פָּרָשָׁה‎ (weekly Torah reading from the Bible).
 
Join Rabbi Dov Lipman and Pastor Trey Graham each week as they discuss the Parashah פָּרָשָׁה‎ (weekly Torah reading from the Bible).
 
Join Rabbi Dov Lipman and Pastor Trey Graham each week as they discuss the Parashah פָּרָשָׁה‎ (weekly Torah reading from the Bible).
 
Join Rabbi Dov Lipman and Pastor Trey Graham each week as they discuss the Parashah פָּרָשָׁה‎ (weekly Torah reading from the Bible).
 
Join Rabbi Dov Lipman and Pastor Trey Graham each week as they discuss the Parashah פָּרָשָׁה‎ (weekly Torah reading from the Bible).
 
Join Rabbi Dov Lipman and Pastor Trey Graham each week as they discuss the Parashah פָּרָשָׁה‎ (weekly Torah reading from the Bible).
 
Join the PaRDeS Cause, and help the Universal ReConstitution Movement for World Repair! Visit my website www.pardesism.com, podcasts with pdf included, or at iTunes and other places. I have a calling; a book to deliver, “PaRDeSism ~ Human Science 101”; and a job to perform, PaRDeS Universal ReConstitution for World Repair. Title: “PaRDeSism ~ H ...…
 
Avital Hochstein. Land as a Place, Aspiration, or Outcome - Our parashah, as one can see already from its name, presents us with a particularly relevant challenge: What is the meaning of the phrase “when you enter the land,” and what are its ramifications in our day and age, in which life in the state of Israel, situated in the land of Israel, ...…
 
Avital Hochstein. Our parashah presents a law regarding slavery that also criticise the phenomenon, teaches that slaves are not property, and teaches us that relationships define what occurs between people but not people's essence.
 
The double portion of Parashat Matot-Mas’ei details the 42 stops that the Jewish people made on their journey from Egypt to the promised land. In light of this parashah, in this episode of On the Other Hand, Rabbi Jacobs details the journey of the Reform Judaism, and the stops along the way that contributed to who we are today.…
 
In this infamous parashah, Korach, a relative of Moses, argues with Moses, wondering why he can’t be the leader of the Israelites instead. Disagreement can be sacred in the Jewish tradition, but when does that disagreement become self-serving? Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, discusses disagreement, divisiveness, an ...…
 
Parashat Emor lays out the sacred calendar of the Jewish people as we know it in the Torah, and there’s no one better to discuss this parashah with Rabbi Jacobs than Abigail Pogrebin, author of the book “My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew.” Pogrebin tells us about her year of studying, preparing for, and observing all 18 holidays on ...…
 
It’s another two-parashah week, and this time we’re reading about love. The phrase “love the stranger” appears in the Torah 36 times. Why is this phrase written so often, and who is the stranger? Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, gives his take in this episode of On the Other Hand.…
 
Parashat Vayikra is filled with drama. It can be gory and, at times, inexplicable. To help us understand exactly what unfolds in this active and high-stakes parashah, Rabbi Jacobs is joined by award winning playwright Michele Lowe. They discuss the dramatic aspects of Parashat Vayikra and how we can make Torah come alive.…
 
This week’s parashah, Bo, tells the story of the ten plagues that convinced Pharaoh to “let my people go.” It’s an important story, but it often makes people wonder whether God really sent these ten plagues to Egypt. Listen to Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, describe that it may not matter whether or not these ten ...…
 
While we can always make mistakes reading into the Torah something in the current news, and vice versa, we also cannot shy away from the invitation of profound synchronicities, like the fact that we in synagogue read about the "new king" being inaugurated as the women protest, as something very similar (with a million women) is happening outsid ...…
 
Rabbi Ronit Tsadok – Saturday, December 31, 2016 Tell Me, Who Are You? As Joseph finally reveals himself to his brothers in this week’s Parashah, we take the opportunity to consider the identities we wear and how they impact our relationships. Parashat Miketz 2nd of Tevet, 5777 Subscribe to IKAR Sermons via iTunes Not on iTunes? Subscribe here…
 
Va-y’chi, the title of the last parashah of the book of Genesis, translates to “and he lived.” It’s an odd title for a parashah that details the death of Jacob and Joseph. But the thing about Jacob, Joseph, and many righteous people, is that their values and legacies continue to live on after they die. In this week’s On the Other Hand, Rabbi Ri ...…
 
Do you ever wonder why Judaism is called Judaism? This week’s parashah, Vayigash, has an answer. This is the moment when Joseph and his brothers, including Judah, dramatically reconnect, and Judah demonstrates a deep caring for his people. Listen to Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, make the case for why we can all l ...…
 
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