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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
 
The Rabbinic Lutheran is the Torah for everyone. Join Dr. Chad Foster and engage the five books of Moses peppered with insights from ancient rabbis and anecdotes for modern life. This Podcast will make connections from the Torah to the New Testament and the writings of early Christians, and expose the Jewish Roots of the Messiah and Christianity. This Podcast was recorded live and you can find handouts and archives at www.drchad.faithweb.com. Executive Producer: Dean ONeal Engineered by: Bri ...
 
Rabbi Arnie Wittenstein is a well known Torah scholar, Tanach expert, and Historian. He has lectured in the Mir Yeshiva, Torat Shraga, and many Shuls internationally. These podcasts integrate his broad knowledge of many different facets of Torah and History. Join in weekly to gain accurate and in depth knowledge of some of the most important and controversial topics in Jewish History. For tours, speaking engagements, or sponsorships contact us at Jewishhistoryuncensored@gmail.com
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
What if you could get closer to Yeshua of Nazareth by learning about the Hebrew language and the Jewish context of the Bible? I think you can, and so does our global tribe! Shalom, I'm Izzy, the founder of Holy Language Institute. We're a Messianic Jewish ministry with thousands of students in over a hundred countries. We love the Bible and offer spiritual experiences in Hebrew, the language of the Torah/Old Testament. If our focus on following Yeshua in a Hebrew way resonates with you I inv ...
 
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.
 
Mark is the Director of the Institute for Christian Resources as well as a professor of New Testament at Ozark Christian College since 1990. He teaches the Life of Christ, Acts and Biblical Interpretation. His degrees include: Bachelor of Theology (OCC, 1986); MEd (Incarnate Word College, 1990); MA in Religious Studies (Southwest Missouri State University, 2000). Mark is currently a PhD. from the University of Wales concentrating on the Politics of Jesus. Mark has authored a number of books, ...
 
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Though Vilna was known as the Jerusalem of Lithuania, it hadn't had an official chief rabbi since a dispute about the position ended in 1791. As a result of the Polish government requiring the hiring of chief rabbi in the 1920's, the Vilna Jewish community council hired Rav Yitzchak Rubinstein (1880-1945) as the official chief rabbi of the city. He…
 
ABOUT THIS CLASS: During this pandemic, our sense of time and our daily routines have changed significantly. Have you ever wondered what God has been doing all day? In this class, we’ll explore a number of rabbinic stories that imagine God’s daily schedule and nightlife. These narratives are playful and quirky but beneath the whimsical surface they…
 
One of the architects or American Orthodoxy and perhaps the greatest Orthodox rabbinical leader in that country of the 20th century, Rav Eliezer Silver (1886-1968) had a decisive impact on Jewish life. Through his communal rabbinical leadership, his national leadership on the American scene, through the organizations which he spearheaded and ran fo…
 
In this anniversary episode of the 18Forty Podcast, we sit down with our host, David Bashevkin, to reflect on the last year of episodes. 18Forty has explored many important and interesting topics and has helped build a community of people interested in exploring these ideas. But it has been a big undertaking involving many unforeseen factors and co…
 
In honor of the yahrtzeit of Rav Yekusiel Yehuda Halberstam, the Sanz-Klausenburg Rebbe (1905-1994), another chapter in his storied life is presented, as his charismatic leadership and Torah greatness is examined in greater detail.Having emerged from the horrors of the Holocaust while losing his entire family and community, he set out to rebuild wh…
 
Considered by many as the founding father of the State of Israel, David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973) had a unique vision of the Jewish character of the Jewish state. With an antagonism towards religious practice and his negative view of the 'diaspora Jew', he also had a sense of realpolitik and understood the practical gains of reaching a status quo agre…
 
What does it mean to listen as the land speaks? Dr. Parker gives specific examples of how understanding the land will help us all listen to the secrets it has to tell. And why is it important to know how the land influences the way people lived? Do we know a Jesus who lived inthe First Century or do we know a Jesus who comes from huge European cath…
 
ABOUT THIS EVENT: The summer months typically supply a significant portion of Arizona’s annual rainfall, but in recent years have been bone dry. As Monsoon season arrives, it’s tempting to pray for rain. But can we do so as Jews? And if we did, what would it look like? Join Dr. Daniel Stein Kokin as he presents his “Tefillat ha-Monsoon,” and explor…
 
In this episode we look at the Ramchal’s experiences after he moved to Amsterdam. This is where he printed his famous works, Mesilas Yesharim, Derech Hashem, and Daas Tevunos. How was he able to print these works? Why did he change his writing style? Where did the Ramchal live in Israel? Did he ever visit Jerusalem? Where is he buried? How did the …
 
Enjoy the tenth session of Valley Beit Midrash's "The 40 Greatest Debates in Jewish History!" series. (1 per week for 40 weeks).Topic: The Angels vs. GodIn this class, we will explore the 40 greatest debates in Jewish history. We will study texts, reflect on the historical contexts, and discuss the values involved. Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz will pres…
 
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, we talk to Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter - rabbi, professor, and historian - about censorship as it relates to Jewish history. Though censorship exists in many areas, it is particularly interesting to analyze it from the lens of Jewish history. It can be tempting to idealize the lives of gedolim when writing about …
 
ABOUT THIS EVENT: A deep dive into the book and the man: Kohelet. Learn how this poet’s chapbook serves as a vehicle for a life review of the author and provides direction for our own lives–and how this perspective, wow consistent with the internal workings of the book challenges scholarly and traditional notions of authorship and intent.ABOUT THE …
 
What does it mean to listen as the land speaks? Dr. Parker gives specific examples of how understanding the land will help us all listen to the secrets it has to tell. And why is it important to know how the land influences the way people lived? Do we know a Jesus who lived inthe First Century or do we know a Jesus who comes from huge European cath…
 
ABOUT THIS CLASS: Mitzvot are oftentimes understood as outward-facing actions, but doing the internal work to develop one’s middot, or character traits, is equally a mitzvah we are called to fulfill. The Torah, both in law and narrative, has much to teach us about cultivating a healthy personality of Humility, Patience, Gratitude, Order, and more. …
 
In this episode we look at how R' Moshe Chagiz was successfully able to challenge the Ramchal and force him to stop publicly teaching and give up his early writings. We also look at the tumult in the Rabbinic world about the authenticity of the Zohar, and specifically R' Yehuda de Modena’s sefer, ‘Ari Noham’. We look at how the Ramchal got involved…
 
Enjoy the ninth session of Valley Beit Midrash's "The 40 Greatest Debates in Jewish History!" series. (1 per week for 40 weeks).Topic: Ayn Rand vs. Karl MarxIn this class, we will explore the 40 greatest debates in Jewish history. We will study texts, reflect on the historical contexts, and discuss the values involved. Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz will …
 
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Natan Sharansky was born in Donetsk, Ukraine. He was a spokesman for the human rights movement, a Prisoner of Zion and leader in the struggle for the right of Soviet Jews to immigrate to Israel. Subsequent to his request to make aliya, Mr. Sharansky was arrested on trumped up charges of treason and espionage. He was convicted in …
 
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, we talk to Jonathan Rosenblum - journalist and author of multiple ArtScroll biographies - about censorship and specifically how it applies to biographies. One of the many areas in which censorship can be exercised is biography writing. Certain biographies of gedolim have been criticized for censoring their li…
 
One of the most legendary leaders the Chassidic movement has ever produced Rav Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev (1740-1809) is a universally beloved figure as well. Following his conversion to the nascent movement in the court of the Maggid of Mezritch, he spread the ideas of chassidus while simultaneously leading a lucrative rabbinic career in Zelichov…
 
Joe Primo is the CEO of Good Grief, which is a new jersey based organization that teaches resilience and facilitates healthy coping in the lives of grieving children, families, students, and communities We talk about grief as a spiritual, physical, and intellectual experience, Dolly Parton, and why kids should participate in funerals.…
 
Dr. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg is the Professor of Ancient Cultures at Israel Bible Center. Use this link to register for Dr. Lizorkin-Eyzenberg's course The Jewish Gospel of John. Sign up for Israel Bible Center’s certificate program in Jewish Context and Culture you will have access to IBC’s extensive collection of courses, roundtable talks, and hot …
 
ABOUT THIS CLASS: Mitzvot are oftentimes understood as outward-facing actions, but doing the internal work to develop one’s middot, or character traits, is equally a mitzvah we are called to fulfill. The Torah, both in law and narrative, has much to teach us about cultivating a healthy personality of Humility, Patience, Gratitude, Order, and more. …
 
The Novardok Yeshiva was both a mussar philosophy as well as a movement. Founded by Rav Yosef Yoizel Horowitz (1850-1919), the Alter of Novardok, in 1896, it soon grew into tens of branches across Russia. Known for its rather radical approach to mussar, educational philosophy and growth, it was seemingly influenced by the general revolutionary zeit…
 
In this episode we look at how the Ramchal came to Reggio and the founding of the chabura Mevakshai Hashem. We also look at the Ramchal’s writings, when were they written, and how we have them today. We also discuss the style of the Ramchal’s writings. We look at the Ramchal’s Maggid, heavenly messenger. What is a maggid? How does it relate to Prop…
 
ABOUT THIS EVENT: Rabbi Arthur Kurzweil will explore 15 of the many profound and fundamental ideas of Jewish theology to be found in the contemporary classic, The Thirteen Petalled Rose, written by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz.ABOUT THE SPEAKER: "Arthur Kurzweil is a writer, publisher, editor and magician. He is the author of several books including On th…
 
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