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Answering Pointed Questions About Orthodox Faith, Tradition, and Practice - Orthodoxy Live with Fr. Evan Armatas offers listeners an opportunity to ask pointed questions about the Orthodox Church. Perfect for seekers, converts, and cradle Orthodox Christian alike, this program is your chance to ask the tough questions about the Orthodox faith.
 
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 ...
 
Why do some young adults leave the Church, while others stay engaged? Rather than guess, we’ll interview young adults for an important conversation that highlights real stories and real struggles. We Are Orthodoxy empowers young adults to speak for themselves and to tell their own stories of faith and doubt.
 
Orthodoxy is a book that has become a classic of Christian apologetics. In the book's preface Chesterton states the purpose is to "attempt an explanation, not of whether the Christian faith can be believed, but of how he personally has come to believe it." In it, Chesterton presents an original view of the Christian religion. He sees it as the answer to natural human needs, the "answer to a riddle" in his own words, and not simply as an arbitrary truth received from somewhere outside the bou ...
 
A short and rather old fashioned biography a great saint. Don't expect subtlety; it's unapologetic hagiography. The saint is presented as a figure of pristine brilliance, courage and integrity and his persecutors as conniving villains. But to those who appreciate what was at stake in the controversy, Athanasius is indeed a God-sent hero. This is an informative, if quaint, introduction to a fascinating figure in history. (Summary by Pattymarie)
 
Orthodoxy is a book that has become a classic of Christian apologetics. In the book's preface Chesterton states the purpose is to "attempt an explanation, not of whether the Christian faith can be believed, but of how he personally has come to believe it." In it, Chesterton presents an original view of the Christian religion. He sees it as the answer to natural human needs, the "answer to a riddle" in his own words, and not simply as an arbitrary truth received from somewhere outside the bou ...
 
"Orthodoxy," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1908. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. "The only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. Even a bad shot is dignified when he accepts a duel." This is how Chesterton explains "Orthodoxy," the sequel to Heretics. "I have attempted in a vague and personal way, in a set of mental pictures rather than in a series of deductions, to state the philosophy in which I have come to believe. I wil ...
 
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Climate change and protecting the environment is one of the most pressing issues in the world today - and, at least anecdotally, it seems that many Orthodox Jews are behind the curve when it comes to taking it seriously. They likely have good reasons for this, including doubts about its reality, prioritizing other issues that appear more pressing o…
 
Fr. Evan discusses the Church's approach to creationism. What does the Church say about cremation. Fr.Evan shares wisdom for a newly crismated individual struggling with response from family and friends. And Fr. Evan provides explanation of the reading from the book of Acts 13.Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
The Netflix reality show, My Unorthodox Life, has been the talk of much of the Orthodox world since it was released less than two weeks ago. It tells the story of Julia Haart, who first developed a shoe line, and quickly rose in the world of fashion. She now is the the CEO and co-owner of Elite World Group, the world’s largest modeling network. As …
 
Join Scott Kahn in this bonus episode for commentaries on 25 of the 40 kinot (lamentations) that Jews recite on the morning of Tisha B'Av. (The time signatures for each commentary are listed below.)Along with all of the Jewish people, we pray that this be the final Tisha B’Av on which we mourn. May the upcoming year be one of gladness, joy, and red…
 
Twenty years ago, 15-year-old Malki Roth and fourteen other people were murdered when a suicide bomber went into the Sbarro restaurant in central Jerusalem and detonated a bomb in his guitar case. Yet Ahlam Tamimi, the mastermind behind the murder, remains proud of what she did, and lives a free and charmed life as a celebrity in Jordan.Arnold and …
 
When we look at the State of Israel, we can sometimes be overwhelmed with how incredible, miraculous, and wonderful it is, while simultaneously being completely flustered with how difficult the bureaucracy and other aspects of life are experienced. Very few people have experienced this as acutely as David Ben Moshe.David’s story is fascinating. He …
 
Fr. Evan shares advice on how to keep pride from entering in. Explains the different parts of the Divine Liturgy and why it is an "open" Liturgy. He gives advice on praying for non-Orthodox departed and gives helpful tips on developing a prayer rule.Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
This episode deals with a topic that a lot of people actively avoid thinking about, but which frankly must be addressed forthrightly to avoid arguments in our families after we’re gone: the allocation of property after we die. And while many of us don’t want to think about this question, caring about our families requires us to do so.We can freely …
 
When the founders of Torah uMadda spoke about integrating Judaism and culture, they were thinking about Milton and Shakespeare, Bach and Beethoven; sitcoms, action movies, and hip hop are most likely far from what they had in mind.Do you think that modern pop culture can be elevated? Can it serve as a source of spirituality or, at least, as a spur …
 
In the last Orthodox Conundrum (episode 66), Scott talked with Amanda Bradley about the crazy case of Michael Elkohen, a Christian missionary who was masquerading as a Chareidi rabbi, sofer, mohel, Kabbalist, and even kohen. In fact, he wasn’t even Jewish at all, and neither was his wife; his actual last name was Elk, not Elkohen. The question stil…
 
Towards the end of April, the Jewish world was rocked by the revelation that a supposed chareidi rabbi, mohel, and sofer living in Jerusalem, Michael Elkohen, was actually not Jewish at all, and was an undercover Christian missionary named Michael Elk. He had long claimed that he was a baal teshuva from the United States, but it became clear that h…
 
Shira Lankin Sheps, the creator and publisher of The Layers Project Magazine, has been conveying the challenges and triumphs of Jewish women for years, and is passionate about creating spaces for stories that need to be told and changing the dialogue around stigmatized topics. Her new book, Layers, accomplishes this in new and exciting ways. Join S…
 
Members of the large evangelical Christian population in the United States have very often been vocal supporters of the Jewish State. But is that true for the younger generation? Can Israel count upon the support of millennial evangelicals? In the face of rising antisemitism, this question is extremely important.Join Scott as he speaks with Pastor …
 
A combination of pre-recorded, email, and live phone calls make up this edition of Orthodoxy Live. Fr. Evan gets questions about lifetime confessions, an early Church understanding of Bishops, a place in the Church for divorced Christians, and the role of miracles.Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
Hamas rockets fired into Israel are instruments of terror, and have forced millions of innocent civilians into bomb shelters; seven people have been killed in these attacks, and scores injured. But for many people who love Israel, the Arab-Jewish riots taking place in mixed Arab-Jewish cities have even longer term consequences, with serious implica…
 
Fr. Evan gives a short explanation about how St. Thomas Sunday relates to Bright Week. He addresses the the issue of suicide and what the response of the church needs to be. What is a healthy view of martyrdom, and what can we benefit from the martyrs within the Orthodox Church? Fr. Evan gives pastoral advice to a caller regarding entering into the…
 
In several recent episodes of this podcast, we’ve discussed issues related to what might be called ehrlichkeit as opposed to frumkeit: that is, the fact that ethics and honesty are often ignored at the expense of increased stringency in ritual. To continue that discussion, Scott was honored to speak with Rabbi Joseph Dweck, the Senior Rabbi of the …
 
The tragic events on Lag BaOmer have cut all of us deeply, and for those who lost family members the pain is indescribable. We cannot let this moment pass and assimilate it into our memories without making sure that we learn the lessons that are staring us in the face, and point fingers at those who should be held accountable. Join Scott and Shosha…
 
Over the past couple of months, the issue of freeing "chained women" - that is, women whose husbands refuse to give them a get as Jewish law requires - has gained new momentum, thanks to a major campaign that began on Instagram. Yet the problem of get refusal remains one of the most pressing issues in the Orthodox world today.What motivates some me…
 
David Schimmel z'l passed away last week. You probably never heard of David Schimmel; but that's about to change. The lessons we can learn from his life and death are lessons that need to inform our lives as religious Jews.לעילוי נשמת דוד בן שלמה ז"לUri Pransky may be reached in Israel at 972-52-763-8269.Please listen to and share the podcast, and …
 
Orthodox Judaism is demanding. We often need to balance competing values - including the fact that our religious inclinations sometimes lead us into questionable moral territory. Too often, we seem make the wrong decisions. Whether with regard to ignoring Netanyahu's corruption trial, celebrating the merger of Israel's Religious Zionist party with …
 
Fr. Evan gives explanations for Jesus saying “ my God why have you forsaken me “ and what the purpose and meaning is of The Ladder. The idea of a personal God and how to keep struggling through the Lenten fast s and why the canons of the church allow only one Divine Liturgy per day.Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
Fr. Evan answers caller questions about the Old Testament readings of Great Lent, the reason for leavened bread, an ethic for the treatment of animals, whether there is a moral imperative to get the vaccine, calendar issues in the Church, culturally inclusive parishes, whether the West and the East will ever commemorate Easter together, and why the…
 
The Orthodox Conundrum normally deals with weighty issues in Orthodox society; but in preparation for Pesach, I really enjoyed this interview with Meir Simcha Panzer and Nachliel Selavan about the history and themes of the Haggadah. Together we discussed some of the surprising ideas that underlie the Pesach Seder, as well as the importance of surpr…
 
Jewish law requires that both the husband and wife consent to marriage or the marriage is not valid. In practice, however, certain Chassidic communities effectively force a couple to get married - a process which, while conforming to the technical details of halacha, does not truly give either spouse much choice in the matter.To discuss this diffic…
 
The recent news reports about Yehuda Meshi-Zahav, the founder of ZAKA, have been extremely jarring: Meshi-Zahav, a hero to many throughout Israel, stands accused of many counts of sexual abuse. How can we use this as a teachable moment for our children? How should we deal with the prospect of another presumptive role model being revealed as somethi…
 
Fr. Evan interviews Fr. Alexander Goussetis about his new book Practicing Prayer and his work with the GOA Center for Family Care. He also answers questions from live callers about gender orientation, the difference between infant and adult participation in the Eucharist, and the practice of Orthodoxy without a nearby Orthodox Church.…
 
Rav Judah Mischel is one of those rare people who are permeated with insight, who possess a unique way of looking at the world, which provides those who meet them with encouragement and, frankly, joy. As we approach Pesach, Scott asked him to share his insights into faith, trusting in G-d, educating our kids, inculcating passionate Judaism, asking …
 
Tonight Fr. Evan addresses questions on the history of authority and primacy within the Orthodox Church as well as the history of the Catholic papacy. The various traditions Orthodoxy practices regarding baptismal names or patron saints and why we have this practice.What is Christian unity and how do we work toward common ground within our communit…
 
(In anticipation of Purim, the Orthodox Conundrum is rereleasing this classic episode from last year. The issues raised, unfortunately, apply just as much this year as last.)Purim is, if not the most joyous holiday on the Jewish calendar, then certainly the most "fun." And therein lies the problem: are we teaching our children and students that hav…
 
Fr. Evan and his guest Fr. Chris Salamy explain to our callers and listeners why Orthodox Christians do not practice cremation. They also provide an Orthodox perspective on mindfulness practices and address what it means to blaspheme the Holy Spirit.Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio による
 
The response to coronavirus protocols in Israeli ultra-Orthodox society has been disheartening. Of course, blaming the entire ultra-Orthodox world for the actions of a subset is absurd and unfair. And claiming that the Chareidi world somehow bears unique blame when the Tel Aviv beaches are often full, and protests against the government continue of…
 
In a world in which civil discourse is eroding, and where political or religious opponents are cast as enemies, the Orthodox community must step up and set an example... and we are failing miserably.Orly Wahba, the founder of Life Vest Inside, is actually doing something about it. Her film "Kindness Boomerang" was viewed by 100 million people, and …
 
Justin and Josh are back with Starship Troopers! After all these years, Starship Troopers holds up as both an action flick and as a social commentary. Justin and Josh do a deep dive into the movie to examine what Paul Verhoeven was attempting to say throughout the length of this still often misunderstood sci-fi epic. Watch along with us or just lis…
 
Mister Rogers has become a symbol of kindness, empathy, and understanding. Tim Madigan, who wrote I'm Proud of You: Life Lessons from My Friend Fred Rogers, says that the person on the TV screen was indeed the real Mister Rogers; and when he spoke to adults, Fred's spirituality, depth, intellect, and almost superhuman ability to be attentive and ho…
 
The Orthodox world prides itself on its family values; nowhere is this more apparent than in the Orthodox emphasis on marriage and children. Getting there, however, can sometimes be fraught with all sorts of problems - what has come to be called the shidduch crisis. According to Anna Sherman, a Registered Psychotherapist, Maternal Mental Health Pra…
 
When protestors attacked the United States Capitol based on the president's words, both Jewish law and Jewish values were torn to shreds. Many Orthodox Jews, while not supporting violence, refuse to recognize what has happened as a result of the Trump presidency. With two weeks left before Trump leaves office, Scott Kahn looks at what too many Orth…
 
Fr. Evan explains how disruption can create opportunities for growth. He explains why God created Adam and Eve separately, but from one body, and addresses the question of human suffering. He also comments on our fragmented culture and the Church's role in healing our communities. He then offers a few reading recommendations from ccel.org and ancie…
 
As 2020 comes to a close, Scott takes a brief look back at the past year for Jewish Coffee House, and looks forward to even more in 2021 - and explains how you can help. Listen to the podcast, then go to https://www.patreon.com/jewishcoffeehouse (and do it fast to get a cup of coffee on us!).Orthodox Conundrum: Challenges in Jewish Orthodoxy による
 
Fr. Evan addresses the ways in which lay persons can get involved in church leadership, the role of emotional intelligence and the ability to be honest as church leaders. He also offers advice on prayers for our loved ones who have or are leaving the church and faith. He recommends the Akathist to Jesus, Light to Those in Darkness, and answers ques…
 
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