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Best Exploring Jewish Law podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Exploring Jewish Law podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Ziegler Torah
The Orthodox Conundrum is a forum in which we look honestly at the Orthodox Jewish community, identifying what works well and what does not, so that, through an honest accounting, we can find solutions that will be successful. We will examine some of the major issues that affect the Orthodox world, without exaggeration, whitewashing, or pretending that they don’t exist. Our hope is that the Orthodox Conundrum will spark wider discussion that will enable Orthodox Judaism to continue moving fo ...
The Road Ahead
A critical look at the present and future of Orthodox Judaism. Join Rabbi Yehudah ("YB") Ilan as he explores various topics related to the current state of Judaism and Jewish law in search of a viable way forward to a brighter Jewish future.
Rabbi, Is Pot Kosher? is a podcast exploring the intersection of Jewish traditions and contemporary questions hosted by Rabbi Avram Mlotek and Rabbi Jon Leener.
Welcome to Re-Arranged, a podcast about the FYI show Arranged that follows three couples as they prepare for what the show says is an “arranged” marriage.
The Rabbinic Journey Podcast is an exploration of my Rabbinate from the inside out. From reflections and sermons to interviews and discussions, I'm going to cover it all. Why? Because there is so much to explore!
The +972 Podcast
Dive past the headlines in Israel-Palestine to explore the issues and stories other outlets tend to ignore with +972 Magazine writers and local activists, politicians, and experts. +972 Magazine is owned and operated by a group of Israeli and Palestinian journalists, providing fresh, in-depth reporting and analysis directly from the ground in Israel-Palestine. The magazine is committed to human rights, democracy, and freedom of information, and actively opposes the Israeli occupation.
National Prayer Network director Rev. Ted Pike has recorded over 300 podcasts/Bible studies (available at Truthtellers.org) which explore the meaning of life and how to have a relationship with God. Pike also addresses cults of Christianity, a truly Biblical perspective on the Jewish people and Israel, hate crime laws and erosion of American civil liberties.
Some things just shouldn't be discussed on the radio. "This is my space to explore those topics." SiriusXM host, bestselling author and professor goes deep into everything from race to religion.
13 short vignettes to help the Christian take a deeper walk with the Lord as well as help the curious understand how Christianity is really supposed to work. Topics include: 1. How to Avoid Positive Stinking (the title piece). Why true submission to the Lord trumps forcing ourselves to "think positive" all the time. 2. Our Conditional Love of Jesus (in 3 parts). Explores the conditions Jesus required for us to love Him. If these conditions are not met, He clearly states we do not love Him. 3 ...
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Karen sits with Nile Rodgers, to discuss being born to a 15 year-old mother, both parents being heroin addicts, and homeless by fourteen. Nile talks about the triumph of rising above his painful beginnings and making it to the top of the music industry.
Tech entrepreneur, Obi Onyejekwe, reveals what goes on behind the scenes of the billion-dollar tech industry and explains how we can be a part of it.
Karen interviews news legend, Dan Rather, who discuses race, education and the art of listening to one another.
Leslie Odom Jr. talks about the movie "Harriet" and the art of music.
Astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, shares a powerful life lesson about needing to conquer calculus to make his dreams come true.
Karen and former NBA player, Rex Chapmen, sits in to discuss Race, riches, drug addiction and politics.
Karen, Kareem Graves and Drew McCaskill discuss the black history and the “Easter eggs” is one of the more controversial episodes of the highly rated “Watchmen” series.
From a 2015 interview, before Trump was elected, Dr. Randall Pinkett tells Karen why he believes Trump isn't fit to lead the United States. And he discusses his book, Black Faces in White Spaces, which gives tools to overcome racism in the workplace.
Karen breaks down the four life lessons that Bruce Lee came to live by.
Sexual abuse continues to be a scourge in the Orthodox Jewish world; and the lack of awareness applies to all sectors of the population, whether Modern, Dati Leumi, or Chareidi. We can and must take action to address this and prevent it. What can we do?Join me as I speak with Rabbi Yakov Horowitz, Director of the Center for Jewish Family Life a ...…
Karen interviews the creator of The Black Wall Street app, Mandy Bowman. The two discuss the building process and the need to create a network that increases the circulation of the black dollar within our community.
Angela discusses her cooking journey and why her food taste so good and how to save your home cooking disasters. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
The deportation of Omar Shakir, the Israel and Palestine director of Human Rights Watch, put a spotlight on Israel's attempts to suppress dissent and criticism of its policies in the occupied territories. For Emily Schaeffer Omer-Man, one of the lawyers representing Shakir in his lengthy battle to stay in the country, the deportation “has huge ...…
Karen talks with Robin Givens about her new TV show on OWN as well as her life outside of Hollywood.
Among many Orthodox Jews, there seems to be a crisis of faith - and the issue is even more acute among our children and students. Can we teach belief? Are there strategies to help inculcate emunah? Rabbi Shmuel Feld, founding director of the Jewish Education Innovation Challenge, joins me today to discuss some of the problems, and to offer prac ...…
Karen interviews author Tananarive Due (The Living Blood, My Soul To Keep, The Good House) for a discussion on black horror and its relation to black history.
Whatever you set out to do, make your deadlines seemingly unreasonably shorter than the time you think you need and you'll be surprised at what you can accomplish. Karen breaks down Parkinson's Law and make sure you check out her series on "confidence," which will give you the foundation to get it all done.…
American Idol, Jordan Sparks talks about the play she's performing in and also juggling fame with having a "normal" life.
Karen talks with Dr. Greg Carr (Chair of Africana Studies at Howard University) and political strategist Adjoa Asamoah about the lack of knowledge that the Global Majority has for one another and how a common educational curriculum could solve that.
Karen has a discussion with political strategist Adjoa Asamoah, educator Dr. Greg Carr and chair of Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Rep. Greg Meeks (D-NY) about today’s political climate, the function of a Political action committee, like the CBC PAC, and how to build real political power as a community.…
Historian Greg Carr (Chair of the Africana Studies Department at Howard University) discusses the roots of scholarly work and why it's an abomination for people not to embrace reading and writing at the highest level.
Icon and Hollywood legend Bill Duke shares 40 years of wisdom.
Why time and patience are vital in every area of your life. And a call for people to sign up for a life-changing event. This is the beginning of something special.
Lawyer Eboni K. Williams breaks down the modern-day rules around snitching or being a witness for the government with Karen. They also discuss her career at Fox with Drew McCaskill.
Media Mogul Byron Allen talks about political power and why the presidency of Barack Obama should have been better with Karen and Lurie Daniel Favors.
Media Mogul Byron Allen talks about his lawsuit with Comcast and meeting his mentor Roger King from King World (Wheel of Fortune and Oprah) with Karen and Lurie Daniel Favors. Summary
Media Mogul Byron Allen talks about how it all started in Detroit, Michigan with his mother who had him at 17 with Karen and Lurie Daniel Favors.
Karen explains the difference between strategy and tactics and why you will need both to reach your goals. And she shares a discussion she had with Lurie Daniel Favors on her show following their interview with Mr. Andre Lee Ellis (No. 206).
Jamila T. Davis, prison reform activist, joins Karen Hunter on a Foolishness Friday to share her business savvy and tales from her time in federal prison with Lauryn Hill and a Housewife of NJ.
Author and financial expert, Chris Hogan, discusses catching up on a late start on your retirement funding, debt and why you should never be financially discouraged to the point of giving up.
Andre Lee Ellis started a garden in one of the worst areas in Milwaukee, WS and transformed the lives of black boys in the neighborhood. #WeGotThis! Journalist and Hunter College's James Aronson Award-winner James Causey brought Ellis's story to light.
Karen and her guest, Kareem Graves, discuss the power that we (the Global Majority) have freely given over to platforms like FaceBook and Twitter and what we need to do regain that power.
There are always going to be multiple ways to arrive at the same destination or conclusion. If we all ultimately arrive at the same place, should we disregard and diminish those that arrived differently?
Karen asks you to decide if war is being waged against you and if it is what is your counter move?
Director/Producer of "Godfather of Harlem" Chris Brancato, discusses his obligation as a white director to get it right, working on an African American film and how the Forest Whitaker-starring series came about.
Karen and Senior Editor of Black Enterprise, Alfred Edmonds Jr. discuss the chase for money and why we will never make the wealth strides we desire if we continue to neglect our health. Building wealth is a long term process and you need to be alive and healthy to do it.
He's got Richard Branson as an investor and has dined at Buckingham Palace. William Adoasi is more than a watchmaker. His Vitae brand is not just bringing people quality watches, the London-based watch company is also providing education to kids in Africa.
In Drew McCaskill's first appearance on the Karen Hunter Show, he shares his insights on the buying habits and untapped economic power of the black and brown community.
This is Karen's interview with Lonnie Rashid Lynn also known as rapper, actor and writer and Oscar-winner, Common. He shares his transformation as a man, as a father and as a spiritual being.
Karen discusses the tools people use to escape and ignore the fact that one day will be our last day so how are we living our best lives?
Following a disappointing NFL career, saddened by the lack of ethics in the medical field. Dr. Herve Damas once again finds his passion and purpose in the hemp business.
Sheila E., one of the greatest drummers of all time and Prince protege, discuss new music, God and how a vision led to her remarkable career.
Karen explores James Baldwin's observations while dining at the home of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, which he writes about in his The Fire Next Time.
Karen ponders James Baldwin's writing about The Nation of Islam's call for a separate nation for Black people.
In a breakdown of James Baldwin's The Fire Next Time, Karen explores God and God's power through Baldwin's lens and applies it to today.
Aries talks life and does his special brand of comedy.
Geneticist, Janina Jeff, talks about genes and how she hopes to merge the black culture with genetics. She also breaks down what genetics looked like in the past and what it will be in the future. Seena Ghaznavi joins in the conversation.
Baldwin says that it's not the wicked that will destroy society, it is the spineless. Karen talks about the cowards and the bullies that are leading our nation...from the police to the highest office in the land.
Karen and astrophysicist, Neil DeGrasse Tyson explain why taking the easy road in life eventually gets hard and crowded. But if you are willing to take the hard road it eventually gets easier and takes you straight to the top.
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