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Judaism Unbound

Institute for the Next Jewish Future

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Listen in as Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg analyze pressing issues for 21st century American Judaism. Mixing their own analysis with interviews of leading thinkers, practitioners, and even "regular Jews," Dan and Lex look to push past the bounds of what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century. You can support Judaism Unbound at www.JudaismUnbound.com/donate.
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Intimate Judaism

Talli Rosenbaum and Rabbi Scott Kahn

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Our monthly podcast, INTIMATE JUDAISM, addresses intimacy and healthy sexuality in the context of Jewish family life. We raise conflicts and challenges and candidly offer solutions while remaining firmly within the bounds of Torah and Halacha.
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What does Judaism Say About...? is a podcast where we explore different values, ethical issues, or dilemmas relevant to the 21st century, and examine the normative Jewish viewpoint on each issue. Every week, a fascinating value and topic will be analyzed from the traditional Jewish perspective.
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The Everyday Judaism Podcast (formerly Living Jewishly Podcast) is dedicated to learning and understanding the laws and basic how-to of daily Jewish living. Presented by Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe in a simple and concise manner, easy for anyone to understand and connect. This Podcast Series is Generously Underwritten by Marshall & Doreen Lerner.
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Do you have questions that the educational system didn't adequately address? Today, there are many who don't find Torah to be compelling or relevant as we are faced with unprecedented challenges such as the OTD phenomenon, suppression of ideas, cover-ups, assimilation, skepticism, biblical criticism, charlatanism, atheism, and a slew of other existential threats. As 2 lifelong Sepharadi friends, we decided to create the Torah content we couldn't find elsewhere: long-form discussions with thi ...
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Meaningful Judaism is a podcast dedicated to exploring why we do what we do in Jewish life, by diving deep into the Torah text. So many of our practices can feel like they’re just there; we go through the motions but they don’t feel especially meaningful. In this podcast, we search for that meaning. Each episode will take you on a journey, tackling questions such as “Why can’t we mix milk and meat?” and “What’s the meaning behind the laws of niddah?” Join our host, Imu Shalev, along with Rab ...
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Armed with scholarly analysis, "Pulling The Thread Podcast" fearlessly dissects the New Testament, unveiling its human origins and challenging the myth of inspiration. Through textual criticism, it exposes the NT as products of later centuries, far removing its from the era of Jesus. Driven by a quest for Jewish reclamation, employing the historical-critical method, the podcast explores Second Temple Judaism, the Talmud & the Qumran community. Renowned scholars guide the journey, revealing J ...
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On Messianic Judaism

Daniel Nessim

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On Messianic Judaism follows the amazing history of Messianic Judaism from the days of Ezra to modern times. Additional episodes treat the Theology and Philosophy of Messianic Judaism, as well as featured interviews of leading Messianic Jewish thinkers.
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A podcast series compiled from oral histories and produced as part of a digital exhibition exploring how Liberal Judaism has evolved since it was co-founded by British visionary Lily Montagu in 1902. This podcast series of oral histories is part of the exhibition: “Lily's Legacy - Voices and Visions of Liberal Judaism”, a project supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. It was produced by Miri Lawrence and Lucia Scazzocchio, narrated by Harry Hurst, sound editing and design by Lucia ...
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College of Judaism

Rabbi Nissim Wernick

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Yeshiva style Jewish learning mixed with modern secular classes. We will be offering Kabbalah, Torah, Talmud, Mitzvot, Jewish spiritual history, and Halacha. We also plan on bringing you a weekly Jewish news show. Thank you in advance for your patience as we get things up and running. Please sign up by sending an email as your enrollment. By enrolling in the College of Judaism, you will be signed up for class lists, study documents, and news letters.
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The fully comprehensive series on all the elements of Judaism: the religion. The Average Rabbi teaches the complete framework to Joe, a real, new student of Judaism. Join Joe on his journey as he explores the ancient path for the first time. Whether you are a fresh beginner like Joe, or raised in the orthodox faith, this series will provide you with the knowledge to answer the questions, "What's the Jewish take on...?", "Do Jews believe in...?" and ultimately, "What is Judaism?" This series ...
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Daily 10 minute learning, covering a range of topics from a halachic perspective on modern questions. To Jewish history The Torah learning that comes out of the shuirim is in Merit of a complete recovery for Yosef Yitzchak ben Bracha and liylui nishmas Ozer ben Tzvi and Tziporah bas Mordchai Eliyahu. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mendelp/support
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Exploring Judaism with Rabbi Skobac Judaism can be a very busy religion. We do so many things in our observance. It's easy to get lost in the details & forget about the big picture. So what's Judaism really all about? What’s the ultimate goal of everything we do as Jews? Where's Judaism supposed to be taking us? This lecture analyzes the core spiritual foundation for the context for the menu of Judaism. This lecture's dedicated in memory of Herb Green, z”l, Chaim Moshe Ben Yitzchak, who died ...
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Conversion to Orthodox Judaism with Rabbi Yaron Reuven to give a lecture at your synagogue, home or office please call 917.468.2324. Yaron Reuven is based out of Boca Raton, Florida, but travels around the country to give lectures to different groups. Please join our Facebook group "Torah Lessons To Help Our Lives". This Group is solely about publicizing HaShem's holy Torah from my lectures as well as great Rabbi's such as Rabbi Efraim Kachlon, Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi, Rabbi Zamir Cohen, Rabbi ...
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I believe that the world we live in is understood through words. I believe the more words we have the more we can be in this world. I feel lucky to have inherited a 3,000-year old Jewish tradition of expressing the world in words, and try to be a bridge between the old texts and where people are at today.​​I don't have so many answers to the fundamental questions of existence. I don't try to convince people about anything. But I like learning, I like to facilitate Jewish discussions, I like ...
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Israel Seen is a labor of love and is a portal to the other side of Israel. We provide content from a wonderful array of innovative, interesting, and dynamic Israelis. Our content is rich in vision, compassion, education and understanding of the human condition. We probe the depths of our psyche, soul and physical presence seeking out the questions and answers necessary to make the world a better place to live. We share a variety of views and opinions on Israel and its relationship with the ...
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Historias con el Rab. Uri y Elo. Como surgió la idea de este Podcast? En el mes de Julio de 2018, Elo invitó un Shabat al mediodía al Rab Uri junto a su esposa e hijo a comer. Mientras transcurría el almuerzo el Rab Uri le propuso a Elo estudiar una vez por semana Tora solos, a lo cual Elo le respondió que le parecía muy egoista que de su clase solo él tenga provecho y le contestó que aceptaba con la condición de filmar las clases para subirlas a Youtube y plataformas digitales para que la m ...
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Out of the Box Judaism Podcast

Out of the Box Judaism Podcast by Esther Goldenberg

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This podcast is for people who are interested in Out-of-the-Box Judaism -- whether Jewish or not. What does out of the box mean? Out-of-the-Box can mean… thinking outside the box. Many people have an impression or idea of what it means to be Jewish or what you have to do to be Jewish or what you have to believe to be Jewish. Out-of-the-Box can mean thinking outside the box of preconceived notions and creating the Jewish experience that is right for you. Out-of-the-Box can mean… being outside ...
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José María Pérez Gay (Ciudad de México, 1944 - 2013) fue escritor, académico y diplomático. Se licenció en Ciencias y técnicas de la información en la Universidad Iberoamericana y fue doctor en Filosofía germana por la Universidad Libre de Berlín. Vivió más de diez años en Alemania y fue traductor de la obra de autores como Goethe, Thomas Mann, Franz Kafka, Karl Kraus, Hermann Broch, Walter Benjamin, Jurgen Habermas, Theodor W. Adorno, Elias Canetti y Hans Magnus Enzensberger, entre otros. D ...
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On Yom Kippur 2023 Rabbi Pont delivered a sermon commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War. In late September, it was widely viewed as one of the worst wars that Israel has had to fight in its 75 year history. We had no idea that the Jewish world was about to be changed forever. This week you can listen to this same sermon, knowing n…
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Hadar Cohen is an Arab Jewish scholar, mystic and artist. She teaches spirituality and Jewish mysticism at Malchut, a mystical school teaching direct experience of God, creates art focused on shifting societal narratives, such as Prostrations and The Selichot Project, and writes about Judaism through the lens of intersectional feminism, as seen in …
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On the last day of a wartime visit to Israel, I visit the Shittim Institute; The Kibbutz Institute for Holidays and Jewish Culture, situated on kibbutz Beit Hashita in Northern Israel. I recently discovered this amazing institute when I purchased a first edition Kibbutz Be'eri Haggadah from 1950. I was researching the provenance of this new edition…
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In this enlightening episode, we sit down with renowned philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig to navigate the intricate intersections of faith, science, and philosophy. Our conversation opens with Dr. Craig elucidating his stance on 'Creation Ex Nihilo,' integrating theological doctrine with contemporary scientific understanding, partic…
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Losing one’s spouse is one of life’s most difficult and painful experiences. The process of grieving includes feelings of loneliness, abandonment, and isolation. While grieving the loss of a spouse, one also mourns the loss of identity as a member of an intimate partnership and acceptance of a new identity as a widow/er. Well-intentioned friends an…
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The Living Jewishly Podcast is dedicated to learning, understanding and appreciating the greatness of Jewish heritage and the Torah through the simplified, concise study of Halacha, Jewish Law, thereby enhancing our understanding of how Hashem wants us to live our daily lives in a Jewish way. In this Living Jewishly Podcast BONUS episode, Rabbi Ary…
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This podcast will first define the Jewish concept of holiness, and explain how it differs from the Chirstian and Greek concept of holiness. Then it will demonstrate that the Jewish idea of holiness can be achieved by each person, on a daily basis. It will also show that some people can keep every aspect of the Torah and think they are holy, but, in…
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Six months into Israel's war with Hamas, and nearly all sectors of Israeli society are feeling it, but extended army service and a sadly rising death toll have turned Israeli attention to the Haredim who (for the most part) do not serve in the IDF. Much of Israel is irate, but with the yeshiva exemptions newly canceled, Haredim are irate too. Anne …
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When the world seems to spin a little slower and the heart feels the heavy weight of loss, it's the shared stories that bring comfort and understanding. We extend a tender hand through the Unboxing Judaism Podcast, offering solace and wisdom in the wake of Rabbi Nagel’s mother's passing. Our conversation seeks to unfold the layered emotions and spi…
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As Purim became a holiday of tremendous festivities and lightheartedness, the Rabbis knew that the end of the Megillah in Chapter 9 has a dubious quality, that of a massacre on Haman's people. Is this a happy ending, a desirable ending, that of massacre, that of Jews finally (and really for its time, only possible in the Jewish imagination but not …
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This podcast will first define the Jewish concept of holiness, and explain how it differs from the Chirstian and Greek concept of holiness. Then it will demonstrate that the Jewish idea of holiness can be achieved by each person, on a daily basis. It will also show that some people can keep every aspect of the Torah and think they are holy, but, in…
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A conversation in Jerusalem with Professor Daniel Polisar, co-founder of Shalem College and his assistant, Hannah Liberman. We talk about the miraculous and sui generis emergence of the Hamal Yerushalyim; The Jerusalem Civilian Command Center at the beginning of the October 7th War. We also try to quantify and comprehend the IDF’s cataclysmic failu…
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Judaism Unbound’s executive director Miriam Terlinchamp, senior Jewish educator Lex Rofeberg, and senior fellow Dan Libenson take a close look at Passover, discussing everything from matzah scultpures to individual vs. collective liberation. ---------------------------------------------------- There are some amazing mini-course offerings beginning …
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"Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead (Story as Told to Jody M. Roy, Ph.D.)" is a gripping narrative of Frank Meeink's journey into the depths of the neo-Nazi underworld in America, and his subsequent emergence from a life filled with hatred and substance abuse. Growing up in a violent environment in South Philadelphia set Frank on a path towards…
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Despite living in the wealthiest and most comfortable societies in history, most people today are less happy than those who lived in less affluent societies in the past. This podcast will discuss why this is so, and define the Jewish concept of happiness - which is far different from the way that most people define it. We will also show a path to h…
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Despite living in the wealthiest and most comfortable societies in history, most people today are less happy than those who lived in less affluent societies in the past. This podcast will discuss why this is so, and define the Jewish concept of happiness - which is far different from the way that most people define it. We will also show a path to h…
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Join Geoffrey Stern in the Negev to meet with soldiers in the 97th Netzah Yehuda Battalion, previously known as Nahal Haredi, a battalion in the Kfir Brigade of the Israel Defense Forces. The soldiers are all Haredi and you will be hearing first from the commander and then from one of the new recruits, both of which spoke English and approached me …
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Join us for a conversation with Elimelech Crystal; one of the leaders of Beyahad Em Lochamey Kippur 1973, an organization dedicated to supporting Israel's combat soldiers while at the same time protesting the current government. Transcipt on episode web page: https://madlik.com/2024/03/30/veterans-of-the-yom-kippur-war-are-heard/…
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Ever wonder how the Conservative movement came to allow driving to Synagogue on Shabbat? Or whether it feels differently about driving electric cars on Shabbat? Or how it was decided that a livestreamed minyan was OK during the COVID-19 pandemic? This week Rabbi Pont talks to Rabbi David Fine of Ridgewood, New Jersey who sits on the Halacha Committ…
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Lauren Tuchman is a sought-after spiritual leader and educator whose work focuses on disability access and inclusion. Ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary in 2018, she is, as far as she is aware, the first blind woman in the world to enter the rabbinate. She joins Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg for a conversation about the nexus between visua…
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In this episode, we're honored to have Dr. Daniel Matt discuss his book "Becoming Elijah." He explores Elijah's evolving role through history, focusing on his transformative character from Tanakh to Talmud to Kabbalah and beyond. Dr. Matt delves into the significance of Elijah's name, his unique encounter with God on Mount Sinai compared to Moses',…
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Join Geoffrey Stern in conversation with Ruth Calderon. In Israel while the war in Gaza rages on and with over 100 hostages still in captivity, we sit down with Talmud scholar and founder of Amla; Ruth Calderon to discuss the need to reclaim Jewish texts and create a shared cultural language in Israel..... now more than ever. Sefaria Source Sheet: …
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Old age is something that we all pray for, considering the alternative. But each person ages differently, and the aging process affects not only the body, but also the mind. This podcast will discuss the Jewish perspective on aging, including whether old age is something positive or negative. It will also address how to remain young in mind, even i…
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Old age is something that we all pray for, considering the alternative. But each person ages differently, and the aging process affects not only the body, but also the mind. This podcast will discuss the Jewish perspective on aging, including whether old age is something positive or negative. It will also address how to remain young in mind, even i…
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Julia Watts Belser is a rabbi, scholar, and longtime disability and queer activist. She currently serves as a professor of Jewish Studies in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at Georgetown University, and core faculty in Georgetown's Disability Studies Program. She joins Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg for a conversation about her late…
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Join Geoffrey Stern and Rabbi Mintz recorded on Clubhouse. The Book of Vayikra (Leviticus) is also called Torat Cohanim (The Priestly Torah) and has traditionally been the first book to be studied by children in the Cheder. Today there is a growing and no longer fringe group of Mikdashnikim who want to rebuild the Temple. So today, from the mouth o…
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In this premiere episode of Judaism Demystified's "Getting to Know the Rishonim" series, we dive into the life and legacy of Rabbi Levi ben Gershon, also known as RaLBaG or Gersonides, a prominent medieval French Jewish philosopher, Talmudist, mathematician, physician and astronomer/astrologer. We uncover who Ralbag was, shedding light on his immen…
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Our parents taught us to do the right thing, and not to care what other people think - but were they correct? This podcast will show how and why caring what other people think is indeed important and an integral part of Judaism, and has even saved the Jewish people from extinction. What, then, is the rght thing to do when others are watching and ma…
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Our parents taught us to do the right thing, and not to care what other people think - but were they correct? This podcast will show how and why caring what other people think is indeed important and an integral part of Judaism, and has even saved the Jewish people from extinction. What, then, is the rght thing to do when others are watching and ma…
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All beings on this planet, including the smallest microbes, need to nourish themselves in order to survive. But unlike animals and plants who generally eat the very same food daily, human beings have turned eating into a social experience, even an art from, whose nourishment differs from day to day. Judaism has taken this even further. This podcast…
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Adina Sash has set the Orthodox world buzzing about the strike she hopes will help agunot. Shoshanna and Anne talk to Adina about her campaign and what has come of it (so far). Music: "Misery" by The WhipsKirjoittanut Anne Gordon and Shoshanna Keats-Jaskoll
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In the early morning hours of October 7th, Hamas stormed Kibbutz Holit, a small kibbutz in southern Israel. As the terrorists went house to house, Adi Kaploun Vital hid with her two small children while her father hid two houses away. Adi’s actions on that fateful morning saved the lives of her father and her children, Sadly, Adi was murdered by Ha…
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Judaism Unbound’s executive director Miriam Terlinchamp, senior Jewish educator Lex Rofeberg, and senior fellow Dan Libenson dig into all things Purim: the darkness of the book of Esther, the yonic nature of hamantaschen, and the appropriate ratio of comedy to tragedy when it comes to honoring the holiday. Access full shownotes for this episode via…
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