Best Ziegler podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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We realized that many people coming to New York soon may only know one of us. So, we figured we'd put together a few episodes of our own podcast where you can learn more about Laura, Mark, and their stories. They'll also discuss some NYC "things to do" and have a few "lightning round" questions for each other.
 
The Ziegler Magazine Podcast is an audio version of the current issue, which is updated each month.
 
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Two letters from Rabbi Artson’s grandmothers, one written in 1972 and the second in 1983, highlight the ways that memory allows the past to live in the present. Rabbi Artson reflects on how people live in deeds, not in time, that our mammalian brains are literally shaped by our experiences so that our loved ones live in us. One of Judaism’s gre ...…
 
Rabbi Artson answers Ziegler students’ burning questions about sexual harassment and abuse, how the Internet has hurt and helped, seeking a solution to move us forward, what advice Senator Graham’s rabbi ought to offer, what advise Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s rabbi might suggest. Oh, and a question about Sukkot rituals that seem pagan (and why ...…
 
Rabbi Artson’s inviting Yom Kippur address: we are always changing, never the same as we were previously. That is true for individuals, for communities and for nations. The core Jewish teaching of teshuvah gemura, of complete repentance is predicated on an open future that does not have to follow a slavish script. We can choose a worthy tomorro ...…
 
In this Rosh HaShanah address, Rabbi Artson dares us to dream big: personally, communally, and politically! In a world of rancor, hostility, and violence, we tend to fall in on ourselves, shrinking our vision and hiding behind walls. It is time to stand tall, to hope, to dream, and to act!
 
Rabbi Artson fields questions from the students of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies as the new academic year begins! Topics include: when you don’t want to be a rabbi, coping in a broken world, Rosh HaShana thoughts, spiritual work during the holidays, patrilineal and matrilineal descent, approaching God during the Days of Awe, Conservati ...…
 
Listen to Rabbi Artson’s stirring, reasoned address to the Annual Meeting of the Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas, offering Jewish wisdom and strategies for strengthening unity without uniformity, and reclaiming civil discourse during a shrill and partisan time.
 
Rabbi Artson mobilizes the timely wisdom of Judaism to offer hope and resilience in a time of brutality, bigotry, and rampant assaults on values of decency, dignity, tradition and truth.
 
In a time of unprecedented change, political turmoil, and a desire for spiritual depth that augments human dignity and honors our diversity, how can Conservative/Masorti Judaism shine more light in the world? Listen to Rabbi Artson’s Keynote Address at the international conference of the Rabbinical Assembly, held in Chicago.…
 
Join Rabbi Artson and the students of the Ziegler School in a lively, unscripted conversation about reading the Megillah in Hebrew, the tragic school shooting in Florida, does God feel our pain, our response to immigrant children, what does it mean to feel that one was a Hebrew slave in Egypt, what links us to future generations, and the limits ...…
 
Join with the Ziegler students as Rabbi Artson fields questions ranging from voting on Rosh HaShanah, the possibilities of asceticism in Judaism, lessons from this year’s flu, living with a family secret, the future of non-egalitarian observance within Conservative Judaism, and the spirituality of tonight’s Blue Moon!…
 
Read literally, the Bible can be a terrible book: a bullying patriarchal God who justifies slavery, rape, the marginalization of women and people with special needs. Shouldn’t we just close the Book of Books and run away? Rabbi Artson shows a better way: armed with a vision of justice, love, and peace, the Bible becomes the world’s most powerfu ...…
 
Rabbi Artson opens worlds of science and Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism), narrating the dramatic story of the birth of our cosmos (the way science understands it and the way Kabbalah intuits it) and the privilege we grasp when we participate in its becoming, for good!
 
In October’s Q&A, Rabbi Artson responds to issues of sexual harassment and the #MeToo campaign, how to create accountable institutions, what brings hope and joy, why does the High Priest need a rope when going into the Holy of Holies, business ethics and unintended consequences, rabbinical students and synagogue membership, and augmenting life ...…
 
Join Rabbi Bradley Artson and Rabbi David Wolpe for a lively conversation about whether (and when) a rabbi should discuss politics from the pulpit. Humor and insight about when these two leading rabbis join forces!
 
Rabbi Artson preaches that we are not isolated individuals, but rather are knitted together by our memories, which we retain and which make us who we are. Our pervasive memories ensure that our loved ones are part of our very breathe, and that we are never alone.
 
Listen to Rabbi Artson’s stirring Kol Nidrei reminder of who we are in our core. On Yom Kippur, we strip away our titles and our connections to stand, like angels, as individuals, as we were when we were babies, as we shall be at our death. We purify ourselves in our solitary uniqueness to better be able to re-enter the relationships that make ...…
 
Listen in on this amazing monthly Ziegler Q&A with Rabbi Artson: What Jews need to do teshuvah for? Can we be angry at God? Psalm 27 and our parents? What Rabbi Artson doubts (and what he does with his doubts)? Work-life balance? What should Ziegler rabbis bring to the world? Walking the walk!
 
At the climax of a week-long dedication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem almost 3,000 years ago, King Solomon speaks to the uncontainable divine, greater than any building, to a Jewish people centered on Jerusalem but living everywhere, and to a united human family bigger than any faith or people. Come celebrate a biblical vision of unity and gr ...…
 
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