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The Bible does not need to be rewritten, but it needs to be reread. In this podcast, Dr. Parker shares a behind the scenes look at some of Israel Bible Center's most popular online courses. Each week faculty members sit down to discuss the ancient literature, history, culture, customs, and theology that will uncover rich new ways to understand the Bible. For more from the Israel Bible Center go to: www.israelbiblecenter.com
 
Follow the audio shiurim, lectures and speeches of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, global religious leader, philosopher, author of over 30 books and moral voice for our time. Rabbi Sacks served as Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth between September 1991 and September 2013. A full biography - together with an extensive online archive of Rabbi Sacks' work - is available at www.rabbisacks.org or you can follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @rabbisacks.
 
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.
 
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Introducing Ad Block, a new Ad Age podcast. Hosted by Ad Age’s own I-Hsien Sherwood and Alfred Maskeroni, Ad Block features personal, casual chats with big names in the industry. We’ve got one rule on this show: no guests can talk about their company or their clients. Get to know the people behind the ads you love—as they talk about anything but.
 
Creative Spirit Radio looks at the gift of creativity present in each one of us. What it takes to not only light the creative spark, but to keep the fire burning? Join host William Hanford Lee Jr. every Sunday at 4pm Pacific time, as he interviews some of today's most prolific artists, musicians, authors and entrepreneurs to discuss the "spirit" that feeds their unique creative process. We'll discuss creative and spiritual challenges AND opportunities. I insist on you living your dreams toda ...
 
Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe started The Jewish History Podcast in 2016 with the goal of making Jewish History interesting and accessible. Over the course of the years, episodes have covered the vast expanse of Jewish history, from Abraham to Moses and Joshua, to great Sages in modern times, to Israeli wars. Each episode is dedicated to either a theme of Jewish history, a great personality of Jewish history, an era of Jewish history, or a transcendent event of our people’s history. We learn about our ...
 
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The Babylonian Talmud is full of stories of demonic encounters, and it also includes many laws that attempt to regulate such encounters. In Demons in the Details: Demonic Discourse and Rabbinic Culture in Late Antique Babylonia (University of California Press, 2022), Sara Ronis takes the reader on a journey across the rabbinic canon, exploring how …
 
Sarah Derbew’s new book Untangling Blackness in Greek Antiquity (Cambridge UP, 2022) asks how should articulations of blackness from the fifth century BCE to the twenty-first century be properly read and interpreted? This important and timely book is the first concerted treatment of black skin color in the Greek literature and visual culture of ant…
 
It is often thought that the story of Tutankhamun ended when the thousands of items discovered by Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon were transported to the Egyptian Museum in Cairo and put on display. But there is far more to Tutankhamun's story. Tutankhamun and the Tomb that Changed the World (Oxford UP, 2022) explores the 100 years of research on …
 
September 30, 2022 Dany'el / My God is Judgmental / Daniel 12:3 and 12:1 (Link YY V9 C4 when published) (17:20) Join Yahowah's family as we explore the Towrah of God. We will expose religious corruption while most importantly espousing Yah's Towrah truth. Hosted by the author of the Yada Yahowah series, An Introduction to God, Observations, Coming …
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Shmuley Yanklowitz returns, this time to discuss the latest in his series of social justice commentaries on books of the Tanakh, this one on the Book of Proverbs. The Book of Proverbs, attributed to King Solomon, is a profound collection of Jewish wisdom, song, and inspirat…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Shmuley Yanklowitz returns, this time to discuss the latest in his series of social justice commentaries on books of the Tanakh, this one on the Book of Proverbs. The Book of Proverbs, attributed to King Solomon, is a profound collection of Jewish wisdom, song, and inspirat…
 
Listen to the full episode HERE Find out more about Dr. Hiebert HERE And follow the Wevers Institute for Septuagint Studies HERE Find out how you can get this and many other courses with one small monthly subscription at: https://israelbiblecenter.com Stay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy…
 
Given their cultural, intellectual, and scientific achievements, surely the Greeks were able to approach their economic affairs in a rational manner like modern individuals? Since the nineteenth century, many scholars have argued that premodern people did not behave like modern businesspeople, and that the "stagnation" that characterized the econom…
 
Michael Slouber's Early Tantric Medicine: Snakebite, Mantras, and Healing in the Garuda Tantras (Oxford UP, 2016) looks at a traditional medical system that flourished over 1,000 years ago in India. The volume brings to life this rich tradition in which knowledge and faith are harnessed in complex visualizations accompanied by secret mantras to an …
 
WATCH THIS & OUR OTHER YOMIM NORAIM / SUKKOS CONTENT AT https://ohr.edu/Tishrei/ Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? podcasts@ohr.edu Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VCZSK3w…
 
Welcome to Rabbi Sacks' commentary on the weekly Torah portion. This series of Covenant & Conversation essays examines the ethics we can derive from the Torah, week by week, parsha by parsha.You can find the full written article on Vayelech available to read, print, and share, by visiting: www.rabbisacks.org/covenant-conversation/vayelech/torah-as-…
 
We want to discuss the Testament of Solomon, an extraordinary demonological, angelogical, astrological, magical work from late antiquity. But we realise that, to get there, we need to spend some time exploring the earlier reaches of the ‘Solomonic tradition’. So we do. Come for the building of the First Temple, stay for the cloud upon the sanctuary…
 
Although the Epistle of Barnabas may be best known for its Two Ways Tradition or its anti-Jewish use of Scripture, its contents reveal much that will be of interest to anyone studying Christian origins. In keeping with other contributions to the Apostolic Fathers Commentary Series, Jonathon Lookadoo's book The Epistle of Barnabas: A Commentary (Cas…
 
Nomads: The Wanderers Who Shaped Our World (W. W. Norton & Company, 2022) by Anthony Sattin tells the remarkable story of how nomads have fostered and refreshed civilization throughout history. Moving across millennia, Nomads explores the transformative, sometimes bloody, sometimes peaceful and symbiotic relationship between settled and mobile soci…
 
Sept 23, 2022 Shaphat / Decide / Judges 2:11 – 6:1 (Yada Yahowah - ‘Azab - Zanah pages 79 – 90) (27:04) Join Yahowah's family as we explore the Towrah of God. We will expose religious corruption while most importantly espousing Yah's Towrah truth. Hosted by the author of the Yada Yahowah series, An Introduction to God, Observations, Coming Home, Qu…
 
Rabbi Richard Address chats with this week’s guests, Rabbi Rifat Sonsino, center, and Rabbi Richard Agler, right. As part of our three-part series focusing on the month of Elul, the preparatory time for the High Holidays, we present an encore of our May 13 interview with Rabbis Rifat Sonsino and Richard Agler, editors of a new collection of essays,…
 
Rabbi Richard Address chats with this week’s guests, Rabbi Rifat Sonsino, center, and Rabbi Richard Agler, right. As part of our three-part series focusing on the month of Elul, the preparatory time for the High Holidays, we present an encore of our May 13 interview with Rabbis Rifat Sonsino and Richard Agler, editors of a new collection of essays,…
 
In this episode of New Books in Buddhist Studies, Dr. Richard Salomon speaks about his book The Buddhist Literature of Ancient Gandhāra: An Introduction with Selected Translation (Wisdom Publications, 2018). One of the great archeological finds of the 20th century, the Gandhāran Buddhist Texts, dating from the 1st century CE, are the oldest Buddhis…
 
We explore the earliest-known Jewish ‘magic book’, the Sefer ha-Razim or Book of Mysteries. Angel-magic meets addressative practices aimed at old friends like Helios and Hermes, while Hellenistic astral cosmology collides with fiery heavenly palace-firmaments of the apocalyptic and Hekhalotic stamp.By Earl Fontainelle
 
Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? podcasts@ohr.edu Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VCZSK3wQJJ4fSd3Q7 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/OhrSomay…
 
Welcome to Rabbi Sacks' commentary on the weekly Torah portion. This series of Covenant & Conversation essays examines the ethics we can derive from the Torah, week-by-week, parsha by parsha.You can find the full written article on Nitzavim available to read, print, and share, by visiting: www.rabbisacks.org/covenant-conversation/nitzavim/why-judai…
 
In 399 BC, the Greek philosopher Socrates was on trial. He believed in free-thought and sought truth by questioning everything, including society. And the Athenian government decided he was dangerous. Plato’s Apology is a first-person account of Socrates’ trial written in the form of a “dialogue,” an exploration of philosophical ideas through real …
 
Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? podcasts@ohr.edu Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VCZSK3wQJJ4fSd3Q7 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/OhrSomay…
 
September 16, 2022 (Study begins - 4:05 - short interruption 12:28) Preview—Dany'el / My God Judges, Vindicates, and Condemns / Daniel 12 (Link YY V9 C4 when published) Review—History of the Yzra’‘el | Jezreel Valley - Yisra'el's | Israel's story Howsha’ / He Delivers / Hosea 1:2 (Yada Yahowah - ‘Azab - Zanah page 58) Dabarym / Words / Deuteronomy …
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Toba Spitzer discusses her book, God Is Here: Reimagining the Divine. In God Is Here, Spitzer argues that whether we believe in God or fervently disbelieve, what we are actually disagreeing about is not God at all, but a metaphor of a Big Powerful Person that limits our und…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Toba Spitzer discusses her book, God Is Here: Reimagining the Divine. In God Is Here, Spitzer argues that whether we believe in God or fervently disbelieve, what we are actually disagreeing about is not God at all, but a metaphor of a Big Powerful Person that limits our und…
 
Despite decades of research into the historic settlements of Mainland Southeast Asia, our understanding of the region’s long-term settlement history remains incomplete. We know, for example, that mainland Southeast Asia was home to the world’s most extensive pre-industrial low-density urban complex at the site of Greater Angkor in Cambodia – but we…
 
Welcome to Rabbi Sacks' commentary on the weekly Torah portion. This series of Covenant & Conversation essays examines the ethics we can derive from the Torah, week-by-week, parsha by parsha.You can find the full written article on Ki Tavo available to read, print, and share, by visiting: www.rabbisacks.org/covenant-conversation/ki-tavo/the-pursuit…
 
Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? podcasts@ohr.edu Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VCZSK3wQJJ4fSd3Q7 Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/OhrSomay…
 
Imagine you could start from scratch and create the ideal city. How would you design it? Who would be in charge? This thought experiment was explored almost 2,400 years ago in the Republic, a text written by the ancient Greek philosopher Plato. Plato poses this hypothetical in order to get a deeper understanding of justice and human behavior and wh…
 
Most of our information about Herod the Great derives from the accounts found in Josephus' Jewish War and Jewish Antiquities. Together they constitute a unique resource on one of the most famous personalities of ancient history. But from where did Josephus get his information? It is commonly agreed that his primary source was Nicolaus of Damascus, …
 
September 9, 2022 Bamidbar / In the Wilderness / Numbers 14:23-24 Mizmowr / Lyrics to be Sung / Psalm 81:7-15 (Yada Yahowah - ‘Azab - Kaleb page 45) Howsha’ / He Saves / Hosea 1:1-2 (Yada Yahowah - ‘Azab - Zanah) (10:38) Join Yahowah's family as we explore the Towrah of God. We will expose religious corruption while most importantly espousing Yah's…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Larry Kotok and Rev. Rick McCall discuss the relevance of theology in challenging times. This week’s program is sponsored by BookBaby.com. Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast Now Available on Roku Streaming Service You can add the Jewish Sacred Aging TV channel to your R…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Larry Kotok and Rev. Rick McCall discuss the relevance of theology in challenging times. This week’s program is sponsored by BookBaby.com. Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast Now Available on Roku Streaming Service You can add the Jewish Sacred Aging TV channel to your R…
 
The book of Exodus played a significant role in forming the identity of the Jewish people, with exodus traditions appearing throughout the Hebrew Scriptures. As the paradigmatic act of redemption, the exodus event is featured prominently not only in Israel’s prophetic corpus, but also in literature throughout the Second Temple period. The storyline…
 
Dedicated LeRefuah Shleimah for שמחה יצחק בן מירעלע יודקא & אסתר תהלה בת אריאל ציפורה Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? podcasts@ohr.edu Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VC…
 
Welcome to Rabbi Sacks' commentary on the weekly Torah portion. This series of Covenant & Conversation essays examines the ethics we can derive from the Torah, week-by-week, parsha by parsha.You can find the full written article on Ki Teitse available to read, listen to, print, and share, by visiting: www.rabbisacks.org/covenant-conversation/ki-tei…
 
We turn from the far-eastern, Jewish magic of the incantation-bowls to the far-western, polytheist magic of the Roman ‘curse-tablets’. Expect intriguing similarities across cultural divides, along with important differences. Featuring the Great Mother goddess, Isis, and a number of supporting players.…
 
September 2, 2022 Bamidbar / In the Wilderness / Numbers 20:9-13, 13:28-30, 14:1-24 (Yada Yahowah - ‘Azab - Kaleb page 26) (17:15) Join Yahowah's family as we explore the Towrah of God. We will expose religious corruption while most importantly espousing Yah's Towrah truth. Hosted by the author of the Yada Yahowah series, An Introduction to God, Ob…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Hollis Citron, founder and CEO of I Am Creative & Express Yourself Publishing and her mother, Susan Gross, discuss their experience creating a widows’ support group for Susan’s community and the importance of Jewish communities like synagogues creating and nurturing such groups. …
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Hollis Citron, founder and CEO of I Am Creative & Express Yourself Publishing and her mother, Susan Gross, discuss their experience creating a widows’ support group for Susan’s community and the importance of Jewish communities like synagogues creating and nurturing such groups. …
 
Dedicated LeRefuah Shleimah for שמחה יצחק בן מירעלע יודקא & אסתר תהלה בת אריאל ציפורה Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? podcasts@ohr.edu Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://forms.gle/VC…
 
Welcome to Rabbi Sacks' commentary on the weekly Torah portion. This series of Covenant & Conversation essays examines the ethics we can derive from the Torah, week-by-week, parsha by parsha.You can find the full written article on Shoftim available to read, print, and share, by visiting: www.rabbisacks.org/covenant-conversation/shoftim/environment…
 
Dedicated lzchus Refuah shleimah for שמחה יצחק בן מירעלע יודקא and for אסתר תהלה בת אריאל ציפורה Dedication opportunities are available for episodes and series at ohr.edu/donate/qa Questions? Comments? podcasts@ohr.edu Subscribe to the Rabbi Breitowitz Q&A Podcast at https://plnk.to/rbq&a Submit questions for the Q&A with Rabbi Breitowitz https://f…
 
The Iliad is among the oldest surviving works of literature, but for a long time The Iliad wasn’t written down. It’s a story that has influenced the world for over three thousand years, but for the ancient Greeks, it was history. One man, Homer, is credited with writing The Iliad, but it’s more likely that The Iliad was composed by many ancient sto…
 
The human race is on a 10,000 year urban adventure. Our ancestors wandered the planet or lived scattered in villages, yet by the end of this century almost all of us will live in cities. But that journey has not been a smooth one and urban civilizations have risen and fallen many times in history. The ruins of many of them still enchant us. The Lif…
 
August 26, 2022 Bamidbar / In the Wilderness / Numbers 20 (Yada Yahowah - ‘Azab - Kaleb page 19) (19:10) Join Yahowah's family as we explore the Towrah of God. We will expose religious corruption while most importantly espousing Yah's Towrah truth. Hosted by the author of the Yada Yahowah series, An Introduction to God, Observations, Coming Home, Q…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, the guest is Amy Seigel, RN, CCM, founder and CEO of Advocare Geriatric Care Services in South Florida. Advocare provides skilled nurses, social workers and other health and medical professionals who offer levels of care based on the needs of a family member. Decreased mobility a…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, the guest is Amy Seigel, RN, CCM, founder and CEO of Advocare Geriatric Care Services in South Florida. Advocare provides skilled nurses, social workers and other health and medical professionals who offer levels of care based on the needs of a family member. Decreased mobility a…
 
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