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A relevant and engaging approach to Jewish learning! Explore the weekly Torah portion in about 7 minutes with Rabbi Micah Streiffer. Longer episodes include a bonus interview with leading rabbis and Jewish thought leaders. Questions or comments can be directed to micahstreiffer@yahoo.com. Thanks for listening!
 
Reflections on the weekly Torah portions from a diverse group of Messianic Jewish rabbis, scholars, and lay people. Our contributors bring fresh insights to familiar texts, drawing connections to events across the whole of Scripture (including the Gospels and Epistles), and suggesting practical applications of these insights to our postmodern lives.
 
Nita Luttrell presents the traditional Torah Portions and commentaries from various Messianic rabbis to help get your weekend Sabbath started. "Today's Torah Reading" is presented by The Rock Radio Network, a bilingual Bible teaching network centered in San Juan, Puerto Rico. We can be heard on our two live online streams and on WBMJ (AM-1190) San Juan Metro, WIVV (AM-1370) Vieques/VI, and WCGB (AM-1060) Juana Díaz/Ponce.
 
A Reform exploration of Torah, ancient wisdom and modern scholarship by Rabbi Jennifer Jaech of Temple Israel of Northern Westchester in Croton-on-Hudson, NY. This podcast offers a (typically) 5 minute summary, created and presented by Tara Keiter. Sometimes we have guest leaders but this is, mostly, Rabbi Jaech's class.
 
Delivered in the yeshiva every Motzei Shabbos Mevarchim, these shiurim introduce us to Gedolim throughout history in way you have never heard before. Always based on primary material, Rav Aaron discusses each Gadol, his era, his accomplishments, his legacy and the impact he has on us to today. This shiur is ongoing so be sure to subscribe for all the latest shiurim in this series.
 
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Join Geoffrey Stern and Rabbi Adam Mintz recorded on Clubhouse Friday July 30th as we wonder whether the practice of Judaism outside of the land of Israel just that…. practice? We explore a Rabbinic opinion that the land of Israel is so central to the religion of Israel that the religion can only be observed in the Land. In so doing we question whe…
 
The Mishneh Torah was the Rambam's (Rabbi Moses ben Maimon) magnum opus, a work spanning hundreds of chapters and describing all of the laws mentioned in the Torah. To this day it is the only work that details all of Jewish observance, including those laws which are only applicable when the Holy Temple is in place. Participating in the one of the a…
 
View Hebrew Text Online: http://www.chabad.org/dailystudy/rambam.asp?tdate=Av 23, 5781 The Mishneh Torah was the Rambam's (Rabbi Moses ben Maimon) magnum opus, a work spanning hundreds of chapters and describing all of the laws mentioned in the Torah. To this day it is the only work that details all of Jewish observance, including those laws which …
 
קש"ת - פרשה דיגיטלית 45: פרשת ראה - חקירות ופורנזיקות דיגיטליות, מאת הרב הראל ברגר, דוקטורנט למדעי המחשב האם ישנן חקירות בדיני נפשות בהלכה אשר קיימות גם במרחב הדיגיטלי? בשיעור זה נסקור את נושא החקירות בדיני נפשות אשר נלמדות מדין עיר הנדחת בפרשתנו. לאחר מכן, נכיר את נושא הפורנזיקות הדיגיטליות. נקשר את שני התחומים דרך שיטתו של ר' יוסי בהיקפן ותוכנן ש…
 
Politics and religion have always gone hand-in-hand, and whether we are open to warnings or not has a lot to do with who is in power politically. Today, Americans are on opposite sides of the debate on vaccinations, masking, and global warming. In biblical times people were on opposite sides about how to properly worship God.…
 
Saskia Metz returns to discuss the portion of "Ekev" (If you Follow) - Deut. 7:12-11:25. The theme of this portion is "Obedience" - in this episode we will discuss what is the true motivation for obedience and what is affection-based obedience. Become a Patron supporter: https://www.patreon.com/torahconversations Leave us a voicemail with your feed…
 
Spencer Glassman '23-'24, just back from a year in Israel, joins the Harvard Torah conversation, to reflect on ourselves and on others in our land – as we hear the Children of Israel instructed in our scriptures in fearsome terms about the conquest ahead of them, and we hear them told to love the stranger.…
 
Parashat Ekev with Rav Dovid Gottlieb #1 - Classical Commentators - Is Yiras Shamayim a "Small Thing"?! #2 - Contemporary Commentators - How Can We "Bless Hashem"? Rav Hirsch's Revolutionary Approach #3 - Sparks of Musar - Why Do We Bentch? The Amazing Insight of the Meshech Chochma #4 - Machshava / Jewish Thought - "Fear of Heaven" - What are we S…
 
Some of the topics covered are: • I feel like I’m not doing enough for the Kingdom… • What is meant by “one immersion”? (Ephesians 4:5) • How do we know what our “gifts/talents” are so that we can grow them? • Dealing with the trickery of men, in cleverness, unto the craftiness of leading astray… (Ephesians 4:14) • Self-Sovereign? • How do I exerci…
 
How much wood does a woodchuck actually chuck? Find out the actual answer by tuning in to this week's Torah Sparks podcast. We learn a fascinating life lesson from woodchucks as well as from Steve Jobs and his epic story with the second yellow "o" in Google. And yes, all of this connects with the everlasting message of "Ekev". To stay up to date on…
 
A conversation with Rabbi Miri Gold: we talk about the (ancient and modern) Jewish connection to the land of Israel, about ecology and the rhythms of Jewish life. Plus, in the bonus interview - the growth of non-Orthodox Judaism in the Jewish state; Israeli baseball in the Olympics; gratitude rituals and more!…
 
KMTT - Parashat Vaetchanan with Rav Dovid Gottlieb #1 - Classical Commentators - Loving Hashem - The Rambam's Perspective #2 - Sparks of Mussar - Learning from Moshe: Belief in the Power of Prayer #3 - Machshava / Jewish Thought - "Anochi Hashem" - Knowledge or Belief in God? #4 - Moshe's Desire to Enter Eretz Yisroel - And Ours #5 - Sparks of Chas…
 
Parashat Va’etchanan, Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11 David Wein, Tikvat Israel Messianic Synagogue, Richmond, VA I’ve been dialoguing with a Jewish friend of mine who is reading through the Torah and asking me questions. Recently, he asked me something I’ve heard other folks ask as well, “What does it mean that the Jewish people are chosen? Isn’t that kind …
 
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