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Intimate Judaism
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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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Judaism Unbound
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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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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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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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http://www.judiosyjudaismo.com es un blog, un sitio Web periódicamente actualizado que recopila cronológicamente publicaciones desde la más reciente hasta la más antigua. El blog comenzó en Mayo 2011. Si bien no continúo escribiendo en el blog, el material está disponible y aquí encontrarás prédicas, clases, presentaciones y otros materiales que voy haciendo. Te invito también a que te sumes a https://www.instagram.com/pasionygratitud/ para recibir todos los días una enseñanza judía para el ...
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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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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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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://anchor.fm/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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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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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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Out of the Box Judaism Podcast
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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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Most people think about the end of life, and in these days, when the length can be extended due to technological advances, many people often wish to end their lives before their pain and suffering become too great. In this podcast, the attitude to and value of life itself will be analyzed from a Jewish perspective, as well as the definition of the …
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Tune in to the Pulling The Threads Podcast and join the conversation as we unravel the complexities of Messianic Judaism, and the intricate relationships between Christianity and Judaism. This episode delves into the experiences of Jeramiah Giehl, David LeBlanc, and Richard Cortes, former leaders who converted from the Messianic movement to explore…
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Unlock the secrets to a life of balance and vitality as we walk you through the profound connection between physical health and spiritual wellness in the light of Jewish wisdom. Embark on a transformative journey from Pesach to Shavuot, where we embrace the care of our bodies as an essential component of spiritual service. Our discussion traverses …
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The most influential rabbi you've never heard of? Based on an episode of the RadioLab podcast ("Relative Genius") and a biography in the Jewish Encyclopedia -- https://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/12611-rebenstein-aaron -- I tell you about the extraordinary Rabbi Aaron David Bernstein who likely accomplished more in his lifetime by himself t…
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Does "Together, we will win" inspire you or depress you? Shoshanna and Anne "take the temperature" of how people are reacting differently to the same general experience of war, from how it is a different experience for Israelis as compared to those around the globe, and how it is different for every Israeli. As promised in the episode, the insane s…
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What is the best way to leave a legacy? Inspired by wanting to make sure that his daughter always knew the family from which she came, Jeff started writing down the memories of his childhood and the family myths that had been passed down through the generations. Those stories turned into a great new book, The Black Hole Pastrami and Other Short Sto…
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Nate DeGroot is a Jewish experiential educator and activist, and currently serves as the Associate Director for The Shalom Center. He joins Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg for a conversation about Judaism as a prompt for making the world a better place. It’s not too late to register for our full-semester spring courses in the UnYeshiva! We’ve got Bib…
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Join Geoffrey Stern and Rabbiu Adam Mintz recorded on Clubhouse. According to Rabbinic tradition Moses was shown a paradigm of the Menorah but was uncertain how to translate the vision into reality of the moment. Bezalel had no such reservations and succeeded where Moses failed. We use this tradition to explore the modern concept of Paradigm Shift …
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Join us for a captivating episode as we spotlight Rabbi Yitzhak Berdugo's important book, "Understanding Ḥazal," which offers an English translation of Rabbeinu Avraham Ben HaRambam's guide to deciphering the words of our Sages. This meticulously crafted guide, complete with an elegantly typeset Hebrew translation, is enriched with insights from Ḥa…
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In many Orthodox communities, premarital sex education taught by Kallah teachers is limited to ensuring wedding night “success” and encouraging strict observance of Nidah laws in order to "guarantee" sexual satisfaction. Join Rabbi Scott Kahn and Talli Rosenbaum as they interview two Kallah instructors, Dr. Hadassah Fromson and Dr. Yosefa Wruble, w…
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Most people think about the end of life, and in these days, when the length can be extended due to technological advances, many people often wish to end their lives before their pain and suffering become too great. In this podcast, the attitude to and value of life itself will be analyzed from a Jewish perspective, as well as the definition of the …
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Are there any ancient Jewish sources regarding our modern societal phenomenon and problem of people who ingest drugs to produce a chemical high? Indeed there are. When and why is Judaism against or for certain drugs? Does Judaism treat legal marijuana as any other drug such as opioids and heroin, or not? What about the legal drug alcohol, which Jew…
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Are there any ancient Jewish sources regarding our modern societal phenomenon and problem of people who ingest drugs to produce a chemical high? Indeed there are. When and why is Judaism against or for certain drugs? Does Judaism treat legal marijuana as any other drug such as opioids and heroin, or not? What about the legal drug alcohol, which Jew…
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Have you ever questioned the way your faith was presented to you? In this captivating episode of the Pulling the Threads Podcast, Ben Wagenmaker and Jeramiah tackle complex issues of faith, tradition, and personal transformation. Join them as they explore their journeys from the fervent intensity of Pentecostalism to the introspective world of Juda…
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Summary The Everyday Judaism Podcast by Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe 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. Download & Print the Every…
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Yosef Rosen is a historian of Kabbalah and Jewish magic, a creative Jewish educator, and an immersive ritual designer. Laura Duhan-Kaplan is an award-winning author, teacher, and spiritual leader serving as Rabbi Emerita of Or Shalom Synagogue in Vancouver and Professor Emerita of Philosophy at UNC Charlotte. The two thinkers join Dan Libenson and …
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Join Geoffrey Stern, Rabbi Adam Mintz and special guest, the Reverand Dumisani Washington recorded on Clubhouse. As the rubber meets the road and the Torah begins to translate its vision of liberation into practical rules and regulations, we sense a pattern. The Torah starts by addressing a legal institution close to home; slavery, and provides law…
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Unlock the sacred power of your words and journey with us into the spiritual heart of Judaism's teachings on speech. This episode weaves a tapestry of timeless wisdom, as we explore the profound impact that words can have on our spiritual connection and the world around us. The Talmud (Sotah 42a) serves as our guide, illuminating the pitfalls of ne…
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Rabbi Dr. Marc B. Shapiro presents the historical rise of the Reform movement and the rabbinic response to it. We explore the origins of the first generation of the Reform movement, examining Scholem’s thesis and Rabbi Shapiro’s insightful thoughts on it. We uncover the fundamental advocacies of the first-generation Reformers, their rabbinical back…
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Long before the terms “Climate Change” and “Ecology” were even known, Judaism was protective of the environment, not only with rich aphorisms but also in Jewish law. Yet Judaism certainly allows man to use natural resources to benefit himself. How can this be? This podcast will examine when, when not, and why Judaism permits and forbids use of natu…
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Long before the terms “Climate Change” and “Ecology” were even known, Judaism was protective of the environment, not only with rich aphorisms but also in Jewish law. Yet Judaism certainly allows man to use natural resources to benefit himself. How can this be? This podcast will examine when, when not, and why Judaism permits and forbids use of natu…
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Shoshanna and Anne speak with the very talented Shani Weinmann Kay about her experience as a religious woman in the IDF, especially during this time of war, and how her experiences have strengthened her commitment to the army, her family, and her personal religious practice. Music: "Misery" by The Whips…
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In the Conservative Jewish world, few Rabbis have their fingers on pulse like Rabbi Jacob Blumenthal. Rabbi Blumenthal serves concurrently as the CEO of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and the Rabbinical Assembly through a strategic alignment between the two organizations. This week, Rabbis Pont and Blumenthal have a wide ranging organ…
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Vanessa Harper is the Senior Director of Adult Jewish Living at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley, MA and as the Reform Rabbi-in-Residence at Gann Academy in Waltham, MA. She bakes challah that interprets the Torah portion each week in what was originally an Instagram-based educational project, then a kinetic midrash class, and now a book: Loaves of …
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Discover the transformative power of words and unlock the secret to positive communication with the Laws of Proper Speech. Throughout the journey of this episode, we examine the profound impact of our spoken words and the biblical directives that steer us away from the temptation of negative talk. Learn from the Chofetz Chaim's virtuous example, a …
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Join Geoffrey Stern, Rabbi Adam Mintz and special guest Shikh Muhan Fares for a discussion recorded on Clubhouse.. We celebrate Yitro and our Druze brothers and sisters. We marvel at the superlatives that the Torah uses to describe Jethro and how the same characteristics of loyalty, leadership and integrity are showcased by Israeli Druze today…. an…
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In this monumental episode, we interview Rabbi Dr. Natan Slifkin, popularly known as the "Zoo Rabbi," director of the Biblical Museum of Natural History in Beit Shemesh, Israel. Slifkin is best known for his interests in zoology, Judaism's relationship to evolution, Jewish and biblical history, and his popular website www.RationalistJudaism.com. Ou…
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In the second verse of Parashat Beshalach (the flight from Egypt and the crossing of the Sea of Reeds), the Torah states that the Israelites fled fully armed. I explore the traditional commentaries on why, and connect this to the haftarah (story of Deborah and Yael) and to the intelligence failures in Israel caused by male chauvinism.…
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Most everyone feels they are tolerant of the different opinions or different lifestyles of others, until they experience them firsthand - and then people are typically uncomfortable with anything different from what they believe. In Judaism, differences of opinion are encouraged and studied in the Talmud, alongside discussions about how to be a pro…
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Most everyone feels they are tolerant of the different opinions or different lifestyles of others, until they experience them firsthand - and then people are typically uncomfortable with anything different from what they believe. In Judaism, differences of opinion are encouraged and studied in the Talmud, alongside discussions about how to be a pro…
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Have you ever questioned the authenticity of the Jesus you know? What if the roots of Christianity weren't neatly tied with a bow, but instead, a chaotic battleground of ideas? This podcast episode, "Dethroning the Mythical Jesus," ventures into these intriguing questions, challenging conventional narratives and providing an insightful glimpse into…
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