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Best Jewish Public Media podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
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Updated January 2020
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a reasonable and not-boring podcast about jewish law
 
Israel in the News features timely news stories and on-site reporting on a variety of topics related to Israel and the Jewish people. You’ll also hear weekly commentary from those with an on-the-ground vantage point in the Holy Land, including Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, founder of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (The Fellowship), Yael Eckstein (The Fellowship’s Senior Vice President), and other Fellowship staff. The show presents listeners with up-to-date reports on what is ...
 
Mystic-Skeptic Media Presents: Raiders of the Unknown Podcast. Our new show focuses on religious history and biblical theology. We are researchers who dig through scholarship, archeology, history and the supernatural to find the discernible truth of some of the most enigmatic subjects in human history. David Daniel Gonzalez is a volunteer radio producer and host of Mystic-Skeptic Radio show/podcast which addresses popular culture, politics and philosophy. Since 2015 he has worked in the fiel ...
 
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This month our first topic is Honeycake, a new Jewish magazine for kids. And for our second segment we are taking about God. Why isn’t God the topic of more Jewish conversation? And how do we talk about God in our Jewish communities? Endorsements Zahava endorses the poem “Questions About Angels,” by Billy Collins. Mimi […] The post Honeycake Magazi…
 
In this mini text episode, we look at a passage in the Gemara (Niddah 16b-17a) which forbids or discourages sex during the daytime and try to parse the different reasons given for this ruling. In the end we discuss how some of this plays out practically and to what degree this is applicable nowadays. The post Sex During the Day (Niddah 16b-17a) app…
 
This week on Responsa Radio: Why do rabbis “turn converts away three times”? As a non-rabbi, and in our day and age, what can and should I do as I interact with non-Jews who are deepening their interest in Judaism? Tune in to learn from Rabbi Ethan Tucker and Rabbi Avi Killip. The post Why Don’t Jews Proselytize? …Can They? appeared first on Jewish…
 
This month our first topic is Honeycake, a new Jewish magazine for kids. And for our second segment we are taking about God. Why isn’t God the topic of more Jewish conversation? And how do we talk about God in our Jewish communities? Endorsements Zahava endorses the poem “Questions About Angels,” by Billy Collins. Mimi […] The post Honeycake Magazi…
 
In this mini text episode, we look at a passage in the Gemara (Niddah 16b-17a) which forbids or discourages sex during the daytime and try to parse the different reasons given for this ruling. In the end we discuss how some of this plays out practically and to what degree this is applicable nowadays. The post Sex During the Day (Niddah 16b-17a) app…
 
A terrorist rocket attack on southern Israel this Wednesday forced Prime Minister Netanyahu to seek shelter during a campaign rally. The post Netanyahu Evacuated as Rockets Fired appeared first on International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.
 
This week on Responsa Radio: Why do rabbis “turn converts away three times”? As a non-rabbi, and in our day and age, what can and should I do as I interact with non-Jews who are deepening their interest in Judaism? Tune in to learn from Rabbi Ethan Tucker and Rabbi Avi Killip. The post Why Don’t Jews Proselytize? …Can They? appeared first on Jewish…
 
This episode is a re-release, and was originally recorded at Limmud NY in 2016. In this episode, Dr. Marcus and Rabbi Linzer tackle female masturbation and interview Miryam Kabakov about Eshel, a group for LGBT Orthodox Jews. In the Q&A: is it permissible to talk “dirty”? The post (Re-Release) Does Sexting Lead to Mixed Dancing? appeared first on J…
 
This episode is a re-release, and was originally recorded at Limmud NY in 2016. In this episode, Dr. Marcus and Rabbi Linzer tackle female masturbation and interview Miryam Kabakov about Eshel, a group for LGBT Orthodox Jews. In the Q&A: is it permissible to talk “dirty”? The post (Re-Release) Does Sexting Lead to Mixed Dancing? appeared first on J…
 
This week on Responsa Radio: I’m learning Hebrew, and loving it. But I’m stuck when it comes to praying from the siddur–it takes forever! Which is more important: reading the prayers in their original language, or reading them in a language I actually understand? Tune in to learn from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan […] The post If I can pronounce…
 
This week on Responsa Radio: I’m learning Hebrew, and loving it. But I’m stuck when it comes to praying from the siddur–it takes forever! Which is more important: reading the prayers in their original language, or reading them in a language I actually understand? Tune in to learn from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan […] The post If I can pronounce…
 
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Portugal on Wednesday to discuss Iran and how to respond to the anti-Iranian protests now taking place in Baghdad, Beirut, and Iran. The post Pompeo, Netanyahu Meet to Discuss Iran appeared first on International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.…
 
This month our first topic is Covered Up, a documentary about wearing a wig by director Rachel Elitzur. For our second segment we’re talking about a recent episode of This American Life that featured a segment about the Chabad community in Crown Heights in a not so flattering way. Covered Up Covered Up trailer: The […] The post Talking in Shul Ep. …
 
This month our first topic is Covered Up, a documentary about wearing a wig by director Rachel Elitzur. For our second segment we’re talking about a recent episode of This American Life that featured a segment about the Chabad community in Crown Heights in a not so flattering way. Covered Up Covered Up trailer: The […] The post Talking in Shul Ep. …
 
On Wednesday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) launched dozens of attacks against Iranian targets in Syria. At least 23 were reportedly killed in the pre-dawn attacks. The post IDF Hit Iranian Targets in Syria appeared first on International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.
 
What to Do with Grandma’s Treyf China? Tune in to find out more from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan Tucker. The post What to Do with Grandma’s Treyf China appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media (All Feeds)
 
What to Do with Grandma’s Treyf China? Tune in to find out more from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan Tucker. The post What to Do with Grandma’s Treyf China appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media
 
On Thursday morning, Egypt brokered a ceasefire agreement between Israel and Islamic Jihad, the Palestinian terror group responsible for firing hundreds of rockets at Israel from Gaza since Tuesday. The post Ceasefire Called After Hundreds of Rockets Fired at Israel appeared first on International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.…
 
Kissing as a spiritual experience? In this episode, we explore a cryptic text of the Zohar about the deeper meaning of a kiss. If you would like to learn it yourself, check out Zohar 2:124B. The post Kissing as a Spiritual Experience (Zohar 2:124B) appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Kissing as a Spiritual Experience (Zohar 2:124B)
 
Kissing as a spiritual experience? In this episode, we explore a cryptic text of the Zohar about the deeper meaning of a kiss. If you would like to learn it yourself, check out Zohar 2:124B. The post Kissing as a Spiritual Experience (Zohar 2:124B) appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Kissing as a Spiritual Experience (Zohar 2:124B)
 
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced this week that Iran will move forward with plans to develop its nuclear program, a move that violates the 2015 nuclear deal. The post Iran to Expand Nuclear Capabilities in Violation of 2015 Pact appeared first on International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.…
 
In the wake of a U.S. raid in Syria last week that led to the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the main objective was to get “this bad guy … off the face of the planet.” The post Pompeo Praises Baghdadi Raid appeared first on International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.…
 
What are the halakhic and emotional issues associated with infertility and the Jewish community? In this episode, we explore the question of fertility treatments and the mitzvah to procreate, and what allowances halakha makes for undergoing such treatments on Shabbat and the halakhic category that applies in this case (is the person sick? Are they …
 
What are the halakhic and emotional issues associated with infertility and the Jewish community? In this episode, we explore the question of fertility treatments and the mitzvah to procreate, and what allowances halakha makes for undergoing such treatments on Shabbat and the halakhic category that applies in this case (is the person sick? Are they …
 
Earlier this week, the IDF reportedly shot down a drone along Israel’s border with the Gaza Strip. The post Israel Shoots Down Drone from Gaza Strip appeared first on International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.
 
Two people were shot and killed in Germany on Wednesday by a gunman who attempted to enter a Jewish synagogue in the city of Halle on Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. Also this week on Israel in the News: Tens of thousands of worshippers flocked to the Western Wall in Jerusalem […] The post 2 Dead in Synagogue Shooting in Germany…
 
Meeting your Bashert (Soulmate) on Yom Kipper? We are kicking off the first mini-text episode of the season with a Mishnah in Taanit, which sheds some light on the nature of Yom Kipper with an interesting ancient custom that young, single, Jewish women performed in the times of the Gemara. To learn the text yourself, […] The post Meeting Your Bashe…
 
Meeting your Bashert (Soulmate) on Yom Kipper? We are kicking off the first mini-text episode of the season with a Mishnah in Taanit, which sheds some light on the nature of Yom Kipper with an interesting ancient custom that young, single, Jewish women performed in the times of the Gemara. To learn the text yourself, […] The post Meeting Your Bashe…
 
At the United Nations General Assembly last week, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani first agreed to a meeting with Donald Trump, but backed out at the last minute after insisting that the U.S. first lift all sanctions against the Islamic Republic. Following what has been identified as an Iranian attack on Saudi oil facilities last month, […] The pos…
 
This month our first topic is The Spy, a new show starring Sacha Baron Cohen on Netflix. And our second topic is Psalms, or tehillim. How do we approach this mainstay of women’s prayer? Further reading The Spy The real story behind ‘The Spy,’ Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Netflix series by Josefin Dolsten in JTAThe […] The post The Spy and Psalms appeare…
 
This month our first topic is The Spy, a new show starring Sacha Baron Cohen on Netflix. And our second topic is Psalms, or tehillim. How do we approach this mainstay of women’s prayer? Further reading The Spy The real story behind ‘The Spy,’ Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Netflix series by Josefin Dolsten in JTAThe […] The post The Spy and Psalms appeare…
 
With the High Holidays quickly approaching it is time for us to take stock of our year. How should we approach teshuva, repentance, when the misdeeds are complicated and we cannot be confident we will change our future behavior? Is Teshuvah out of the question? Is there a more nuanced way for us to approach […] The post The Teshuvah and Guilt Episo…
 
With the High Holidays quickly approaching it is time for us to take stock of our year. How should we approach teshuva, repentance, when the misdeeds are complicated and we cannot be confident we will change our future behavior? Is Teshuvah out of the question? Is there a more nuanced way for us to approach […] The post The Teshuvah and Guilt Episo…
 
This month our first topic is apologies. We’re joined by Miriam Steinberg-Egeth, a Jewish advice columnist in Philadelphia to discuss what makes a good apology? What makes a bad apology? As we approach the High Holidays, how are we reflecting on the public and private apologies we want to make and are seeing around us? […] The post Apologies and Go…
 
This month our first topic is apologies. We’re joined by Miriam Steinberg-Egeth, a Jewish advice columnist in Philadelphia to discuss what makes a good apology? What makes a bad apology? As we approach the High Holidays, how are we reflecting on the public and private apologies we want to make and are seeing around us? […] The post Apologies and Go…
 
We’re back with more from Responsa Radio, this time asking the question: How do we use space during Yom Kippur services? Tune in to find out more from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan Tucker. The post How Do We Use Space During Yom Kippur Services? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media
 
We’re back with more from Responsa Radio, this time asking the question: How do we use space during Yom Kippur services? Tune in to find out more from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan Tucker. The post How Do We Use Space During Yom Kippur Services? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media (All Feeds)
 
The post Can I extinguish my gas burner on Yom Tov? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media
 
The post Can I extinguish my gas burner on Yom Tov? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media (All Feeds)
 
This month our first topic is the rabbinic pipeline. We’re talking to Rabbi Leora Kling-Perkins about her experiences going through the process to get a job as a pulpit rabbi, and about our own experiences being on the other end of the rabbi search process. For our second segment we’re going to be talking about […] The post The Rabbinic Pipeline an…
 
This month our first topic is the rabbinic pipeline. We’re talking to Rabbi Leora Kling-Perkins about her experiences going through the process to get a job as a pulpit rabbi, and about our own experiences being on the other end of the rabbi search process. For our second segment we’re going to be talking about […] The post The Rabbinic Pipeline an…
 
The post Can I attend the theatre on Shabbat? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media
 
The post Can I attend the theatre on Shabbat? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media (All Feeds)
 
Is it true that Jewish law forbids a couple from having sex when sleeping over in someone else’s home? Is a woman not supposed to initiate sex when she’s in the mood? What does the Talmud say about having sex in front of pets? On the Season 4 finale, we clear up more potential myths […] The post Season Finale: The Fact or Fiction Episode, Part 2 ap…
 
Is it true that Jewish law forbids a couple from having sex when sleeping over in someone else’s home? Is a woman not supposed to initiate sex when she’s in the mood? What does the Talmud say about having sex in front of pets? On the Season 4 finale, we clear up more potential myths […] The post Season Finale: The Fact or Fiction Episode, Part 2 ap…
 
The post Can Kohanim attend funerals? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media
 
The post Can Kohanim attend funerals? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media (All Feeds)
 
We’re back with more from Responsa Radio, this time asking the question: Can non-Jews observe mitzvot? Tune in to find out more from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan Tucker. The post Are non-Jews allowed to take on mitzvot? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Responsa Radio
 
We’re back with more from Responsa Radio, this time asking the question: Can non-Jews observe mitzvot? Tune in to find out more from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan Tucker. The post Are non-Jews allowed to take on mitzvot? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Responsa Radio
 
The post Talking in Shul ep. 55- Women’s Balcony and Eiruv in the Media appeared first on Jewish Public Media.By Jewish Public Media (All Feeds)
 
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