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Adventures in Jewish Studies is a podcast produced by the Association for Jewish Studies, the largest learned society and professional organization representing Jewish Studies scholars worldwide. The episodes take listeners on a journey, exploring a wide range of topics, from the contemporary to the ancient, in a way that’s informative, engaging, and fun. Launched in 2018, the Adventures in Jewish Studies series produces five episodes annually.
 
The Jewish Lives Podcast is a monthly show that explores the lives of influential Jewish figures. Hosted by Alessandra Wollner, each episode includes an interview with an acclaimed Jewish Lives author. Jewish Lives is a prizewinning series of biography published by Yale University Press and the Leon D. Black Foundation. Join us as we explore the Jewish experience together.
 
A podcast dedicated to sharing inspirational Jewish stories that teach valuable and vital lessons from the Torah. Listeners will be moved by a daily story of spirituality. Featuring Jewish stories from the sages, the chassidic masters, and contemporary Jewish storytellers.
 
The Book of Life is an interview-format podcast about Jewish kidlit, mostly, with occasional coverage of Jewish YA/adult books, music, film and web, established in December 2005. Host: Heidi Rabinowitz Sponsors: Feldman Children's Library at Congregation B'nai Israel of Boca Raton, Florida & the Association of Jewish Libraries
 
Nice Jewish Books is a podcast focusing on adult Jewish fiction. Not only is AJL the leading authority on Judaica Librarianship, its members are a community of readers and bibliophiles. On this podcast, we chat with authors about Jewish literature, genre fiction, works in translation, and more. As long as a book has a Jewish theme, it’s a candidate for our show!
 
This Jewish Life is Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe’s flagship podcast. Since its founding in January of 2013, This Jewish Life has featured a delightful potpourri of podcast episodes on a myriad of Jewish subjects. In its current incarnation, the podcast focuses on exploring the deeper elements of Jewish life and philosophy. In each episode our objective is to go a bit deeper into subjects that we may be familiar with, to plumb the depths and uncover the essence of the beauty and sublimity of Jewish lif ...
 
“Where Judaism appears in the panels.” Our purpose is to find characters, stories and issues of comics that explore explicitly Jewish content. This includes, stories that contain quotes from Jewish texts/liturgy, characters that embrace openly their heritage. Characters using Hebrew, praying in a synagogue, celebrating Jewish holidays, and living a Jewish experience.
 
The Two Nice Jewish Boys Podcast is a weekly dose of free and open conversations with the most interesting voices in Israel. Hosted by Naor Meningher and Eytan Weinstein and recorded in Tel Aviv, the Two Nice Jewish Boys Podcast covers everything from politics and history to entertainment and science. Ultimately, the Two Nice Jewish Boys Podcast is here to provide a platform for free and open conversations about Israel and the Jewish world in the belief that only through free speech and open ...
 
Want to discover the secrets to Jewish wealth? Gain practical and spiritual tools to break free from the shackles of financial worry? Design the joyful, rich life that your soul desires? Welcome to Jewish Money Matters Podcast, hosted by award winning Podcast Host, MBA, and International Speaker, Yael Trusch. This is the podcast where Jewish wisdom & spirituality meet your money and your business.
 
To help support this podcast, please consider giving a tax deductible contribution here: https://go.thechesedfund.com/DyQrOD/support-rabbi-katzz-podcast --- Rabbi Dovid Katz, PhD is lauded for his extensive knowledge of Jewish History, his engaging and insightful lecture series, and eye opening historical international tours. Follow him weekly. New content released each week, including Personalities in Jewish History, Insights into Tefillah and Perspectives on the Haftarah and Parshah. Spons ...
 
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Welcome to the Great Jewish Podcast! Rabbi Moshe Bamberger, a sought after public speaker, is the Mashgiach Ruchani of Beis Medrash L’Talmud/ Lander College for Men in New York City. He has authored several volumes of original commentary on Tanach, titled Shiras HaLevi, as well as a highly acclaimed series for Artscroll/ Mesorah Publications, including his newest additions, Great Jewish Classics and Great Jewish Photographs. Rabbi Bamberger’s signatures talks, in which he weaves profound tho ...
 
Had enough of the scripted and abridged version of Jewish History you learned as a child? This weekly podcast features remastered audio from Marc Shapiro’s Torah in Motion classes given from 2011 to the present. Listen to learn about big ideas, interesting personalities, and astounding events in modern Jewish History. For more information visit torahinmotion.org
 
Do you have unanswered questions about Judaism, sexuality and intimacy? Do you want your children to get a better sex education than you received, but lack the language or tools to provide it? Do you want to improve and enhance intimacy in your marriage, but aren’t sure how to go about it? Do you wonder about how Judaism views various aspects of sexuality? Do you have questions or issues that you would like to address – either in Jewish law or regarding sexuality – but there is no one you fe ...
 
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The Sukkah symbolizes refuge and protection, not only from the physical elements but from all danger. Most meaningfully, it shelters us the from stigmatizing feeling of unworthiness in Hashem’s eye, cradling us in the realization that He accepts us just as we are. The post Sukkos: Finding Refuge in Ourselves appeared first on Jewish Holidays.…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Bryan Kinzbrunner discusses his New Beginnings Spiritual Coaching and Consulting LLC, a spiritual life coaching practice based in NJ. Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast Now Available on Roku Streaming Service You can add the Jewish Sacred Aging TV channel to your Roku s…
 
Many of us receive our identity through the lens of our earthly father, but maybe we should re-evaluate? In this episode, Rabbi shows us how we can separate our identity with our earthly father from our Heavenly Father.Από τον Rabbi Schneider
 
The etrog is a curious fruit. The Bible commands its readers: “And you shall take for yourselves on the first day beautiful tree-fruit (peri etz hadar), palm fronds, boughs of leafy trees, and willows of the brook, and you shall rejoice before the Lord your God seven days.” Native to the Far East and adapted to the culture of the eastern Mediterran…
 
Journo (journalist) Shanna Regan was researching historical plaques for the town news magazine when she encounters fake plaques. Instead of praising a former residents, the plaques told of a person's malicious actions and a statement this if they don't repent, that they will never rest in peace. With a stalker, a murky family history, and new plaqu…
 
Here is the final installment in the series detailing the evolution of Israel's electoral system. It brings us almost all the way to the present, touching on topics like the Oslo Accord, electoral reform and Israel's Supreme Court along the way. If you want to have a better understanding of our current electoral dysfunction, then tune in now.…
 
According to Rabbi Ben Spratt, if you look around the American Jewish landscape, some organizations and institutions seem stuck, petrified of making big and needed changes. On the horizon, he views an American Jewish future that is able to break this stagnation as he places Jewish educators and Jewish education at the center of this seismic and nec…
 
Eliza “Shevie” Kassai, MD is a general and trauma surgeon in Denver Colorado. She is a graduate of Bais Yaakov of Denver and Stern College for Women. Following a 2 year post baccalaureate research fellowship at the NIH, she attended medical school at the Technion in Israel with induction into the Gold Humanism Society. She returned to Denver to com…
 
In this episode of the Jewish Road podcast, we take a look at the Jewish High Holy Day of Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement. This holiday has roots in both the Old and New Testaments, and its implications are still relevant to how we live today. Imagine being the Israelites in the wilderness and having your community's sin cast onto th…
 
This summer I studied with my 94-year-old father-in-love a classic text that I had encountered before, but seeing it at the age of 61, I saw something I had never seen before, which now seems obvious. We were studying Robert Frost’s poem about being at the crossroads which famously concludes: I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and a…
 
Yom Kippur is the greatest day of the year. The name of book of Talmud that orients around Yom Kippur is Yoma, meaning “Day.” This is The Day when everything changes. On this day, the Almighty is close to us. On this day, He extends purification and forgiveness to us. On this day, God purifies us from all of our sins. This is the day when we can tr…
 
B”H We all know Tishrei demands a financial investment. In a year where costs are higher and income might be lower, we might feel the financial pressure of the demands of the High Holiday season even more. How do we put this all into perspective? How can we approach this so we are not consumed with stress over financial matters? Always weaving the …
 
Topic: Meeting Up Guest: David Siegel Bio: David Siegel is the CEO of Meetup, the largest platform for finding and building local community. He has over 20 years of experience as a technology and digital media executive leading organizations through innovative product development, rapid revenue growth, and digital traffic acceleration. Prior to joi…
 
As Iranian women continue to protest against the regime & for their rights, social media influencer & activist, Dr. Sheila Nazarian, analyzes the situation and shares her perspective on social media advocacy and the pursuit of justice in Iran. With Shahar AzaniΑπό τον JBS
 
As you observe the High Holidays, we’re featuring this very special episode that delves into how young families with children are moving to the Palm Beaches in historic numbers. Enjoy this conversation with leaders of the Mandel JCC about how they’re providing connections to Jewish life for families, as well as a discussion with a parent whose daug…
 
Feast of Tabernacles Sukkot Begins October 9th at Sunset Ends October 16th at Nightfall Sukkot is a time of remembrance. We not only recognize what God blessed the Israelites with but also recognize that God has blessed us today. Rabbi wraps up his teachings on the fall holy days by reminding us to rejoice and be thankful.…
 
Infertility and pregnancy loss affects relationships: with self, God, partner, family, friends and community. In part 2 of this two part series, Rabbi Scott Kahn and Talli Rosenbaum discuss the general implications of infertility and pregnancy loss on these relationships and on marital intimacy and sexuality. Listen to Talli and Rabbi Scott discuss…
 
“Chadash Asur Min Hatorah” - Anything new is forbidden, has become a slogan in defense of Jewish tradition confronting the challenges of modernity. Formulated by Rav Moshe Sofer (1762-1839) the Chasam Sofer and longtime rabbi of Pressburg (Bratislava), he has become a symbol of the combatant and fearless leadership in defense of tradition against t…
 
SHOW NOTES: https://jewishbooks.blogspot.com/2022/10/the-very-best-sukkah.html The Very Best Sukkah: A Story from Uganda is Shoshana Nambi's debut picture book. She is a member of the Abayudaya, the Jewish community of Uganda, and is in the U.S. studying at Hebrew Union College to become the country's first female rabbi. This delightful story, rich…
 
Looking for Sukkot programming ideas? Get some great ideas to take you beyond the classic Candy, candy, candy, hey, why don't we sing for some more candy, Sukkah Hop. There’s also some bonus content for Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, and a few ideas for general non-hop-related Sukkot programming. There are even a few adult program ideas! With L…
 
Kol Nidre is recited at the beginning of evening Yom Kippur services, and serves as an emotional and dramatic opening to the Day of Atonement. However, over the centuries, this legalistic text has been maligned, ridiculed, banned – and even used to justify anti-Semitic attacks. In this episode, guest scholars Laura S. Lieber and Judah Cohen, along …
 
The Book of Ruth offers a vibrant portrait of a foreigner who became the founding mother of the Davidic dynasty. Join us with Ilana Pardes, author of the new Jewish Lives biography Ruth: A Migrant’s Tale, as we explore the ever-changing perspectives on Ruth’s foreignness beginning in the Hebrew bible and rabbinic literature through Zionism and the …
 
In this episode we continue looking at the basic flaws in Spinoza’s philosophy of determinism. One of the key examples of deep and complicated Divine Providence is from The Battle of Britain. We also look at the very deep phenomenon of Drive for Justice. How did Spinoza see this issue? Is the quest for Justice a psychological phenomenon? Or is it d…
 
“You make me feel like a natural woman.”“This is a man's world but it wouldn't be nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl.”Ladies and gentlemen, what does it mean to be a woman? Or a man? Are these even inherently different or are these labels slapped on us by society, dictating how we're expected to behave, how we should talk and walk and how m…
 
Rabbi Meir Simcha HaKohen led the Mitnagdic community of Devinsk from 1887 until his death in 1926. A rare thinker with mastery over the mystical and rational elements of Jewish thought, his commentary on Maimonides and the Meshech Chochma, a posthumous commentary on the Torah based on his teachings are replete with references that span the breadth…
 
Jason Greenblatt joins us for a second time as he looks on at how the Abraham Accords has matured since those historic signings in 2020.In our last instalment, Jason had just left Washington DC after co-writing President Trump’s "Peace to Prosperity Plan for Palestinians and Israelis" with Jared Kushner and US ambassador to Israel, David Friedman.I…
 
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