Best Parsha podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Insights into the weekly Torah portion
 
Orthodox Union Torah
 
Online Learning Powered by Pardes
 
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Torah Parsha
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Inspiration, Motivation and Kabbalah of the Weekly Torah Parsha
 
ATID and Beit Knesset HaRamban Present a weeky Parsha Shiur with Rabbi Chaim Brovender. Visit www.atid.org/shiur to download the accompanying source sheet.
 
Insights into the weekly Torah portion
 
Podcast by Rabbi David Fohrman
 
A weekly Parsha Podcast by Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe. Every podcast will begin with an outline of the parsha and then we will delve into the major themes and draw valuable and interesting insights from it.
 
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Kids' Parsha Podcast
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Kids' Parsha Podcast
 
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Parsha Pod
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Divrei Torah on the weekly parsha, zmanim for shabbos.Each poscast is about 5 minutes long. First podcast will begin January 1st, 2007.
 
Orthodox Union Torah
 
Orthodox Union Torah
 
Short inspiring videos presenting the Torah view on a variety of relevant topics.
 
Dr. Blau’s inquisitive nature and deep insights provides a thought intriguing analysis of the Parsha. His easy to follow presentation style make his weekly Parsha shiur a great addition to all levels of Torah study. Dr. Mordechai (Mark) Blau, a native of Toronto, currently lives in Thornhill, Ontario. A Chiropractor by profession, Dr. Blau is a long time Gabbai of BAYT and is currently completing his third cycle of Shas. In addition to his insightful contributions to the BAYT Daf Yomi shiur, ...
 
Weekly insights on the Torah Portion
 
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Parsha Themes
Weekly
 
Parsha Themes is for inspired people like you who are looking for engaging and relevant parsha and moadim thoughts. Our weekly discussions focus on uplifting thoughts and actionable ideas that will upgrade your avodas Hashem and enhance your Shabbos and yom tov table. I’m your host Rabbi Yosef Tropper and it’s an honor to have you here with me today.
 
Short inspiring videos presenting the Torah view on a variety of relevant topics.
 
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Parsha Vaera
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JCOR Parsha & Pizza
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Parsha & Pizza
 
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Torah Talk
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a learner's guide by Michael Carasik (incorporating the "Torah Talk" podcast)
 
Parsha To Go w/ Rabbi Mandelbaum elaborates on the weekly Torah portion. In 6 minutes you will get the quintessential thoughts on the Parsha.
 
Short inspiring videos presenting the Torah view on a variety of relevant topics.
 
Ateret Israel, under the direction of Rabbi Binyamin Jadidi has been promoting the vitality of Jewish religion, culture and lifestyle. Rabbi Jadidi presents many seminars and lectures for both families and young professionals in order to assist and to guide them in their personal life and professional goals and aspirations, especially in marriage.To dedicate or sponsor a podcast or series, please contact us at: ateretisrael@yahoo.comTune in to our radio station at: ateretisrael.com or on Tun ...
 
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ParshaNut Podcast
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Torah for your ears.
 
Join Rabbi Danny as he shares a few minutes of learning on the weekly torah portion.
 
This feed offers Messianic Jewish audio teachings, including Torah commentaries and concepts in Messianic Judaism.
 
Welcome to the JCast Network Total Feed. This podcast feed will provide you with ALL of the many different podcasts that JCast Network creates, all at once. No need to subscribe individually, because it will all come to you just by subscribing here. Are you ready for that much content?
 
Most shows on JCast Network provide new content each week, but the annual torah cycle continues year after year, and the content that's created can be as useful even a few years later. Enjoy the content of this podcast and blog as it changes each week.
 
The Skokie Community Kollel podcast offers shiurim on the weekly Torah portion and on a wide range of different Torah topics.To dedicate or sponsor a podcast or series, please contact us at: info@SkokieKollel.org
 
Featuring Video shiurim, podcasts and articles from the Rabbis and teachers of WebYeshiva.
 
Teachings on the weekly Torah portion, chasidut and more from Rabbi Joshua Rose of Congregation Shaarie Torah in Portland Oregon
 
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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!
 
A Weekly Eitz Chayim of Dogwood Park presentation of Chulent and Torah on the weekly Parsha
 
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Rolling Commentary
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a view on american religions, popular culture and everything in between
 
Ateret Israel, under the direction of Rabbi Binyamin Jadidi has been promoting the vitality of Jewish religion, culture and lifestyle. Rabbi Jadidi presents many seminars and lectures for both families and young professionals in order to assist and to guide them in their personal life and professional goals and aspirations, especially in marriage.To dedicate or sponsor a podcast or series, please contact us at: ateretisrael@yahoo.comTune in to our radio station at: ateretisrael.com or on Tun ...
 
Torah Tidbits Audio offers an uplifting discussion of the weekly Torah parsha and Jewish holidays with a smattering of modern hasidic music. Phil's special persona shines through with his personal anecdotes, love of baseball and old-time radio, and a commitment to Israel and Aliyah. It airs every Thursday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Israel time.
 
Weekly, and that means WEEKLY, shiur with Rabbi Yitzchak Hecht on the parsha, holidays and dates on the Jewish calendar.
 
Weekly Shiur for Women by Rabbi Aaron Cohen
 
Weekly and High Holy Days Sermons
 
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TorahCast
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Inspiration when you are on the go, Torah thoughts on the parsha and misc. topics
 
Learn the special messages conveyed the in weekly Haftarah and the profound connections between the weekly parsha and its related Haftorah.
 
Sermons on the Parsha and New Covenant by Associate Rabbi David Wein and other elders of Tikvat Israel Messianic Synagogue.
 
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Megaleh Amukot
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Rabbi Dr. Ari Bergmann shares insights on the weekly Parsha based on the classic safer Megaleh Amukot www.aribergmann.com
 
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KMS Daily Rashi
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Daily Rashi from Kemp Mill Synagogue's Rabbi Brahm Weinberg. One Rashi a day on the parsha of that week. These podcasts are generously sponsored by a very modest KMS member.
 
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Sermons on the Parsha and New Covenant by Associate Rabbi David Wein and other elders of Tikvat Israel Messianic Synagogue.
 
Learn the special messages conveyed the in weekly Haftarah and the profound connections between the weekly parsha and its related Haftorah.
 
Learn the special messages conveyed the in weekly Haftarah and the profound connections between the weekly parsha and its related Haftorah.
 
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Rabbi Knopf’s address to the Maggie Walker Governor’s School graduating class of 2018, at their Baccalaureate ceremony (June 14, 2018).
 
In memory of Aron Boruch ben Yehuda Halevy, Amilia bas Sara, Happy Birthday Girls Chazon the three suits. Volf Kitzis.By test@nospam.com (Rabbi Yitzchak Hecht).
 
The post Devarim 5778 appeared first on OU Torah.By Rabbi Shalom Rosner.
 
A sermon by Rabbi David Ingber on Shelach. For more information please visit romemu.org.
 
Tisha B’av is the saddest day of the Jewish calendar. Over the millennia, scores of unfortunate events happened to our nation on this inauspicious day. Why is this day so totally designated for bad things, what is the significance of the Temples for us today living in 2018, and what are we supposed to feel during the time of Tisha Bav? – – – – ...…
 
This is Torah Talk for the week of July 15th, 2018 Deut 3:1 We made our way up the road toward Bashan [ונפן ונעל דרך הבשן] … What does it mean to go UP the road? Rashi has the answer … or at least AN answer. This week’s handout: 44 Devarim 5778 Donate: https://www.paypal.me/mcarasik Learn Biblical […]…
 
Moses knows that his death is imminent and so receives the gift of time for one final book of Torah. What can we learn from his example? For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit www.RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is Coming Out of the Dark by Matt Stamm.
 
Moses knows that his death is imminent and so receives the gift of time for one final book of Torah. What can we learn from his example? For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit www.RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is Coming Out of the Dark by Matt Stamm.
 
Moses knows that his death is imminent and so receives the gift of time for one final book of Torah. What can we learn from his example? For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit www.RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is Coming Out of the Dark by Matt Stamm.
 
In this episode of The JCast Journey, host Darone Ruskay talks about what he thinks should be your intent when you put something out on the internet. With over 4,000 podcasts or blog posts on the Network, Darone knows something about posting on the internet, but he feels that the intention of the poster is vital. When JCast posts something we w ...…
 
We know God wasn't pleased with the spies. Due to their actions, an entire generation would die in the desert, never entering the Promised Land. But what exactly did the spies do wrong? They reported that the land of Israel 'flows with milk and honey' and was inhabited by strong peoples -- weren't they just telling the truth? Why was God blamin ...…
 
Engaging Torah Lessons on Chumash and Moadim For the full transcript and more or to sponsor visit parshathemes.com
 
Welcome to The Jewish Hour with Rabbi Finman, for July 15, 2018. In this episode, Rabbi Finman talks about the portion of the week which includes Deuteronomy 1, and how it relates to Tisha B’Av. In addition, this episode includes a rebroadcast of Rabbi Finman’s conversation with Senator Joe Lieberman about his book “With Liberty and Justice: Th ...…
 
Parshas Devarim, and indeed the Book of Devarim, begins with a lengthy speech from Moshe to the nation about a month before his death. In it he subtly criticizes them regarding all the nation’s misdeeds over the duration of the 40 years in the Wilderness. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Please consider sponsoring a podcast by making ...…
 
Parshat Devarim is always read on the Shabbat preceding the 9th of Av. In this podcast, Rabbi Michael Hattin discusses the chronology associated with Moshe’s final words to the people. He also examines how the tradition of Moshe’s date of death complements a surprising theme associated with the 9th of Av. Credits: Larry Kluger – Creative Consul ...…
 
In Messiah, "there is neither Jew nor Greek," so that makes us all the same? Wrong! When Paul declares that there is no difference between Jew and Gentile in Messiah, he does not mean to imply that Jews and Gentiles forfeit their unique roles and identities. This important teaching compares "One New Man Theology" and "One Law Theology," reveali ...…
 
"We were held captive under the law ... imprisoned until the coming faith would be revealed ... but now that faith has come, we are no longer under a guardian" (Galatians 3:23-26). This difficult saying is understood to mean, "The Torah was only a guardian until faith in Messiah came, but now that the Messiah is here, we are no longer under the ...…
 
How long were the children of Israel in Egypt? Was it 430years? If so, how do we account for 430 years over only three generations? In Galatians 3, Paul employs a rabbinic tradition about the duration of Israel's sojourn in Egypt, interprets the "seed of Abraham" as a reference to Messiah, and compares the Torah to a competing inheritance document.…
 
Parshat Maasei, which is always read during the three weeks, follows a pattern of galus-Eretz Yisrael-galus-Eretz Yisrael. Why does Rashi need to tell us the reason for giving the boundaries of the Land of Israel, all countries need boundaries? The post Masei: On the Move in One Place appeared first on OU Torah.…
 
Matot is always read during the three weeks, what is the connection between nedarim and the churban? The Maharal explains why Chazal tell us both that making nedarim is a good thing and a bad thing. What is the purpose of a neder? The post Matos: Coping with Exceptions appeared first on OU Torah.By Rabbi Yochanan Bechhofer.
 
Humility is one of the primary qualities of the soul emphasized by our Master Yeshua. The mussar teachers say that humility is the root of divine service, and a necessary foundation for acquiring any other good traits. While humility is often discussed, it is not always well understood. Learn how true humility leads to joy, courage, and inner d ...…
 
In his Yizkor message for Shavuot (May 20, 2018), Rabbi Knopf argues that it is the job of all Jews, and not just the rabbi, to minister to and care for each other.
 
In memory of Aron Boruch ben Yehuda Halevy, Amilia bas Sara, A Vow How to nullify.30 years later. Rosh Chodesh Av. ChazakBy test@nospam.com (Rabbi Yitzchak Hecht).
 
Netziv on the difference between “זה הדבר” and “כה אמר” הגיונה של תורה: The תנאי made by Bnei Gad and Reuven seems unfair – either way they get land! If the conquest was miraculous why did they need to come? What do we learn from the names of the מסעות When someone goes into exile for killing בשוגג, why should the rebbe (and the whole Yeshiva) ...…
 
A sermon by Rabbi David Ingber on Naso. For more information please visit romemu.org.
 
This is Torah Talk for the week of July 8th, 2018 Num. 28:7 The libation with it shall be a quarter of a hin for each lamb, to be poured in the sacred precinct as an offering of fermented drink [שכר] to the LORD. 8The other lamb you shall offer at twilight, preparing the same meal offering […]
 
What does the rescue of the soccer team in Thailand have to do with this week’s Torah portion? It’s all about our responsibility. For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit www.RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is Coming Out of the Dark by Matt Stamm.
 
What does the rescue of the soccer team in Thailand have to do with this week’s Torah portion? It’s all about our responsibility. For more information about Rabbi Danny, please visit www.RabbiDanny.com The opening and closing music for this podcast is Coming Out of the Dark by Matt Stamm.
 
This episode could have been a JCast Journey episode, but Darone was “in a mood” so it ended up as a Kvetch. As technology makes it easier and easier to launch a new venture, is there a moment when people don’t take the time to prepare before launch? Darone thinks so. Take a listen to this weeks episode to hear what he is thinking about. Don’t ...…
 
In Parshat Matot-Masei, the Israelites are on the cusp of entering Israel, right on the Eastern side of the Jordan. But before they do, the tribes of Reuven and Gad ask Moshe to stay by the border, as the land is advantageous to raise their herd. At first furious, Moshe agrees to let them have the land provided they battle alongside their breth ...…
 
The prophetic selections of Haftarot during the summer months are not chosen to connect with the weekly Torah portion. Their messages of chastisement and consolation revolve around the historical and religious commemorations that take place this time of year. This week’s choice is no exception. Credits: Larry Kluger – Creative Consultant Arlene ...…
 
Welcome to The Jewish Hour with Rabbi Finman, for July 8, 2018. In this episode, Rabbi Finman talks to Chanie Apfelbaum author of “Millenial Kosher“.
 
The final two parshiyos of the Book of Numbers (Bamidbar) tell the laws and happenings leading up to the conquest of Canaan (Israel). We are taught the laws of vows, then a war is fought and its booty is divided, and the tribes of Gad and Reuven agree to a pact. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Please consider sponsoring a podcast by ...…
 
Engaging Torah Lessons on Chumash and Moadim For the full transcript and more or to sponsor visit parshathemes.com
 
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