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Meaningful People There are so many Jewish personalities and big people in the world. They all have a story on how they became who they are today.
Deep, unboundedly interesting, fun and uplifting, Meaningful People Podcast is a weekly opportunity for Nachi & Momo to talk to the Jewish world's meaningful people.
Unorthodox Unorthodox is the world’s leading Jewish podcast - but you don’t have to be Jewish to love it! Hosted by Mark Oppenheimer, Stephanie Butnick, and Liel Leibovitz of Tablet Magazine, each episode we bring you interesting guests, News of the Jews, and so much more.
Daily Jewish Thought Thoughts on spirituality, Kabbalah, Jewish thought, Judaism and Relationships. Rabbi Yisroel Bernath is the Senior Rabbi at Rohr Chabad of NDG and the Jewish Chaplain at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Rabbi Bernath is the founder of JMontreal.com, Montreal's premiere Jewish dating service. Rabbi Bernath starred in the Gemini nominated documentary, Kosher Love.
Rabbi Binyamin Jadidi's Podcast Ateret Israel, under the direction of Rabbi Binyamin Jadidi has been promoting the vitality of Jewish religion, culture and lifestyle.

Rabbi Jadidi presents many seminars and lectures for both families and young professionals in order to assist and to guide them in their personal life and professional goals and aspirations, especially in marriage.

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‎Israel Story Israel Story is an award-winning podcast that tells true stories you won't hear on the news. Hosted by Mishy Harman, the bi-weekly show brings you extraordinary tales about ordinary Israelis. The show is produced in partnership with Tablet Magazine. For Hebrew episodes, see סיפור ישראלי, or go to our website: israelstory.org
‎18Forty Podcast Helping you find meaning in life through the exploration of Jewish thought and ideas.

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Festive Podcasts To Celebrate Each Day of Hanukkah Happy Hanukkah! Enjoy the best audio surrounding the 8-day Festival of Lights celebration, Hanukkah.

From sharing fond childhood memories, to diving into the fascinating history of the holiday, hear all the best clips celebrating Hanukkah. Commemorate the holiday by grabbing your latkes and listening to 8 different podcasts dedicated to the Festival of Lights.
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102. The Virtual Rabbi with Rabbi Johnny Solomon Rabbi Johnny Solomon joins us to discuss his role as The Virtual Rabbi, what kinds of shailas he may be dealing with, and what he thinks the future of virtual rabbanus looks like.

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You can find the RZ Weekly podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rz-weekly/id1450263541 or wherever you get your podcasts.
Your Precious Hearts How much love, resolve, and contribuation is available to someone who understands the flow that flows through his heart and mind? A lot!
S1 E1: From Ezra to the Essenes: The Cradle of Messianic Judaism What were the beginnings of Messianic Judaism? This episode begins the story with the Persian King Cyrus' decree sending 42,600 exiles back to Jerusalem and continues to show how events following Ezra's arrival in Jerusalem created the social and political world into which Yeshua was born.
S1 E2: The Days of Yeshua: The Religious Map of His World What were the days of Yeshua like? What were the religious thoughts and movements of his day? As we come to grips with the world that Messianic Judaism was brought into, we take a look at the political and social movements of his day and how they variously contributed to political unrest and Messianic expectation.
S1 E3: Texts and Stories: What They Said About Messiah In the year Yeshua was born, what were people saying about Messiah? What were they learning about him? What were they reading, and what were their hopes and what were their stories?Amidst all the complexity of Jewish life in Israel, religious and political ferment combined to produce a Messianic hope. Thus the first century witnessed “a remarkable outburst of Messianic emotionalism.”[1] That was the expectation of a Messiah, an anointed one, who would fulfill many expectations and hopes raised by the predictions of the prophets and Israel’s desire for freedom from foreign oppression. Today, Jewish and Christian scholars disagree about the kind of Messiah that Yeshua declared Himself to be, or even that He declared Himself to be the Messiah. The question that begs to be asked however, is whether Yeshua was the kind of Messiah that the people of His day were hoping for. [1] Abba Hillel Silver, A History of Messianic Speculation in Israel (Gloucester, Mass.: Peter Smith, 1926), 5.
S1 E4: An Innocuous Dawn: "0" BCE What was the world like for normal people, and for Yeshua's family in the year that he was born? What were they thinking and what were their politics? This episode will tell the story of life for Miriam and Joseph in the year Messiah was born.
S1 E5: Messiah in the Making: Stories of His Youth In this episode we tell the untold story of Yeshua's youth - a thoroughly Jewish and somewhat devout one. We also look at some interesting aspects of that. His toddlerhood in Alexandria, his youth in Nazareth, and his fascinating interaction with the teachers of His day in Jerusalem. Were they Hillel, Shammai, or Gamliel? We may never know! In all of this the history of Messianic Judaism begins to roll.
S1 E6: The Growth of a Movement: How Yeshua's Following Grew and Matured How did the movement Yeshua led begin, how did it grow? How did it mature? Even more importantly, what were the seeds for what the movement would become? We have to step aside from 2,000 years of Christian theologizing and thinking, and see him as he was. We also need to look with the eyes of hindsight, and seeing him in his context we can see the deliberate steps he was taking to proclaim, establish, and ensure the perpetuation of the kingdom of God.
S1 E7: The Death of Yeshua: The Death of a Movement? Coming into the final days of Yeshua’s life, who was he? Who did he say he was? Who did people think he was? Did he die as a revolutionary? Did he die because he questioned the religious establishment? Was there something in his teaching that was so objectionable that he had to be crucified? Did he die as a blasphemer? And who was it really who bore the responsibility for his crucifixion, and what happened to his followers after his death?
S1 E8: From Inward to Outward: The Resurrection of a Movement Today we survey the pivotal days following Yeshua’s death that turned his followers from a defeated, introspective and scattered selection of individuals into an impassioned, outgoing and unified movement. Following the death of Yeshua, The movement that he had started went through a critical phase. It isn't just that the movement lost its founder. After all, the Essenes had lost their teacher of righteousness, and yet they were a significant force in Jewish Society, particularly in and around Jerusalem and in the wilderness of Judea. Messianic movements led by messianic pretenders who fostered rebellion against Rome were repeatedly extinguished, yet continually kept rising to the surface showing that there was a groundswell of support for them that would not be dissuaded by the death of any would-be Messiah and his followers. Without delving into an apology for the movement, we can ask: What were the key events that led to the crystallization of the Messianic, "Yeshuic," movement after Yeshua’s death? Why did Yeshua’s resurrection have such an impact on his followers?How did the new movement get its start?
S1 E9: Heady Days: Unexpected Growth The amazing events of Shavuot, with thousands immersed in Jerusalem’s mikva’ot as they acknowledged the Messiahship of Yeshua, attested to by the signs they were witnessing and the testimony of his resurrection, gave way to heady days for the early Messianic Jewish movement. In those days, the movement had no name, and apart from Yeshua’s followers – the eleven from his inner circle and the disciples, both men and women, associated with them – it had no formal leadership. According to Luke’s account, the primary catalyst of the movement was indisputably the injustice of Yeshua’s execution coupled with the vindication afforded by his resurrection once they accepted it. In the background were all the hopes of the Jewish nation which was yearning to be a free people in their own land, the land of Zion and Jerusalem.
S1 E10: Torah from Zion: Passionate Proclamation We are now in the years 37–44 CE, after Stephen’s death and up to the beheading of Jacob (James), the Elder, the brother of John, one of the sons of Zebedee. In a few years, the new movement was becoming known not only in Jerusalem, but more and more, far afield. We have a problem of sources developing, in that it is hard to find much information on this period outside of the New Testament, but there is enough to corroborate and extend what we know from that account. Also, as we read the New Testament account, we are not looking at it as a history of early Christianity – Luke might have been aghast at what developed out of these early days. Rather, we are watching a movement develop that is fully expected to be under the guidance and teaching of the community in Jerusalem, in conjunction with Jewish teaching in general.
S1 E11: The First Messianic Jewish Establishment: From 45 to 67 CE In this longer episode, we explore the mostly unexplored, the presence of Jewish disciples of Yeshua around the Jewish world between the time when Jacob (James) the brother of John and the outbreak of the first Jewish revolt when the disciples fled to Pella, east of the Jordan. In this episode we see the development of Messianic Jewish networks and communities in the homeland of the Jewish people, to the north towards Antioch, to the East towards Babylon, and to the South beyond Alexandria and into Africa. We note the travels of the twelve Shlichim (Apostles) throughout and beyond the Jewish world, but always to the Jew first. Furthermore, we not a couple of the factors that began to separate Jewish and Gentile disciples.
S1 E12: Messianic Judaism and the First Jewish Revolt Don't mention the war!As Jews we have to mention the war. In this episode we take a look at the reasons for, and the inevitability of the First Jewish Revolt, given the inadequacies of Roman governance both in Judea and in Rome itself. We also explore the various types of responses to the revolt and how the nascent Messianic Jewish movement fit into the series of events. It truly was a tragic time, and we have to cover the tragic response of the greater non-Jewish church that made the tragedy the cause célèbre for its wholesale pivot to replacement theology, the fruits of which continue to be born even today.
S1 E13: Ebionites, Nazarenes, and More In this episode we explore the lives and situations of Yeshua's Jewish followers in the period between the two great Jewish Wars, which ended in 70 and 135 CE respectively.  We ask and answer:Where did Jewish disciples of Yeshua live?Did they interact with other Jews? With Gentiles?Did they have communities of their own? And what were these communities like?What distinguished their beliefs and way of life from other Jews and Gentile Christians?What was the reaction of the Jewish and Gentile Christian worlds to them?  This is a critical period in the history of the Nascent Messianic Jewish Movement, and one that is vastly under-reported in both Jewish and Christian histories. You will enjoy quotations from both Jewish and Secular sources of the day, however, which tell us that this Movement was far from insignificant!
S1 E15: What They Said: Christian Writings and the Nascent Messianic Jewish Movement In this episode we look at attitudes and prejudices apparent in Christian writings mainly between the Second Jewish War and the Council of Nicaea. As we take a look at the key authors in particular, we will see a continued hardening of Christian attitudes towards Jews, an increasingly strident supersessionism, and the increasingly difficult theologies and attitudes that Jewish disciples in Yeshua would have to deal with if they were to have any dealings with the majority church. In particular, we will look at Ignatius, Barnabas, Justin Martyr, Tertullian. This episode might seem to record the doom of the Messianic Jewish Movement, but have no fear. Future episodes will document their perseverance from other sources.
S2 E16: After the Wars In this episode, we are going to look at some of the people, movements, and events that followed the second (or third as I argue in a previous episode) Jewish revolt. We will ask:What kind of interaction did Messianic Jews with the larger Jewish community?Who was the Jewish Christian Melito of Sardis, and why is he significant?What does the Didache, a first century manual for gentile disciples, tell us about the relationship between Messianic Jews and gentile Christians? What did these Messianic Jews expect of gentile Christians in these early days?By the time of Nicaea, what did gentile Christians generally expect of Jews who believed Yeshua was the Messiah?
S2 E17: Interview with Rabbi Joshua Brumbach on His Commentary on Jude In this episode we interview Rabbi Joshua Brumbach on his recent commentary on the New Testament letter of Jude. Jude, or more properly Judah, was Yeshua’s brother. He is one of two of Yeshua’s brothers to write books that are now in the New Testament Cannon. His letter to other Messianic Jews is essential for rehabilitating our understanding of the New Testament and its theology in its native, Jewish, context.   To order the commentary, go to https://www.messianicjewish.net/products/a-messianic-commentary-jude?_pos=1&_sid=5dd82e09d&_ss=r
S1 E14: The Second Jewish War and the Birkat Haminim! In this episode, we ask questions about the Second Jewish War, its "messiah" Bar Koziba, and its rabbi, Akiva.What made the revolt so inevitable?What made it such a milestone in Jewish, including Messianic Jewish, history?Did this war really cause a parting of the ways between Christianity and Judaism?What happened to the Messianic Jews who lived at that time – the Nazarenes, Ebionites, and others?And – were the Messianic Jews really singled out as heretics in the curse on the “minim”?
S2 E18 The Writing of the Mishnah What is the Mishnah, and why should Messianic Jews care? Who wrote it? When was it written? Why was it written? What does it mean to us today? Join me as I get slightly controversial. Yes, the Mishnah is relevant.
עם ישראל חי: The Moment We Knew Why is the mourning less in the afternoon of the nineth of Av? That's when the worst things were happening!Support the show
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Empowered With Faith Power and Humility are linked to each other. The more you feel G-d's presence and empowerment, the more you know (and the more) you can do.Support the show
VaEt'ḥanan 5782 (2022) The Parasha (Story) of VaEtḥanan – is about finding real fulfillment. There are always happy endings since if the end is well, all is well, if it is not well, so, it is not the end. Now! When the world is still in a dangerous place of uncertainty, it is time to reflect and look inside. This is the time to ask: Who is the person that I want to become and not: 'What are the things that I want to have? the places I want to travel, the deals I want to make'. This the time to stop our slavery to habits, belief systems and objects, the time to prepare ourselves to the freedom awaiting us in the 5780's.
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Igeret HaKodesh: Epistle 3 - Part 1 Chabad Chassidus is an all-embracing world outlook and way of life which sees the Jew's central purpose as a unifying link between the Creator and His world. Written by the Alter Rebbe, the founder of Chabad, Tanya is the central text of Chabad Chassidus. It shows the reader a path to realizing their purpose and developing a deeper relationship with G-d. Choose from one of the two formats available: through Lessons in Tanya - a profound and clear explanation of the Alter Rebbe's writings, or through an audio class.
Igeret HaKodesh: Epistle 3 - Part 2 Chabad Chassidus is an all-embracing world outlook and way of life which sees the Jew's central purpose as a unifying link between the Creator and His world. Written by the Alter Rebbe, the founder of Chabad, Tanya is the central text of Chabad Chassidus. It shows the reader a path to realizing their purpose and developing a deeper relationship with G-d. Choose from one of the two formats available: through Lessons in Tanya - a profound and clear explanation of the Alter Rebbe's writings, or through an audio class.
Igeret HaKodesh: Epistle 4 - Part 1 Chabad Chassidus is an all-embracing world outlook and way of life which sees the Jew's central purpose as a unifying link between the Creator and His world. Written by the Alter Rebbe, the founder of Chabad, Tanya is the central text of Chabad Chassidus. It shows the reader a path to realizing their purpose and developing a deeper relationship with G-d. Choose from one of the two formats available: through Lessons in Tanya - a profound and clear explanation of the Alter Rebbe's writings, or through an audio class.
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Ketubot 34 The principle of "ma'aseh shabbat" and application to manufactured products on shabbat
Ketubot 35 The principle of קים ליה בדרבה מיניה when the sin leading to execution was done unintentionally
Ketubot 36 The permitted case of a captive woman marrying a Kohen and the spiritual idea behind this halacha
Ketubot 33: Lashes, Warnings, and the Fiery Furnace The impact of warning on sin, punishment, and how it works with plotting (conspiring) witnesses. But how can conspiring witnesses ever get a proper warning?! Unless the warning comes much earlier. But there's some concern about warning witnesses, and messing with their commitment to bring witnesses. Another rationale for not warning the conspiring witnesses is to render their case such that they become impossible to kill, on the basis of their testimony. Also, the apparently reasonable, and yet absurd question of how death is more severe than lashes. Plus, a prooftext from the Book of Daniel, and the attempted death (and not lashes) in Nebuchadnezzar's fiery furnace.
Ketubot 34: Two Sins, One Death Penalty If one slaughters an animal on Shabbat or Yom Kippur, that's a violation of Shabbat or Yom Kippur, but the animal is kosher for others to eat. Which seems to line up with the view of R. Yochanan HaSandlar. And the Gemara is going to mull his view and why it lines up here better than the opinions of others do. Also, a novel insight regarding a fine that came together with a punishment that deserves the death penalty - now what? Plus, the classic "ba ba-machteret." All of which comes together to teach the sanctity of Shabbat, except for the burglar to one's home. Even in the same moment. With a surprising absence of need for warning about that sin of killing the intruder.
Ketubot 35: Building Up a Gezarah Shavah Gezarah shavah! Where does the Torah specify all of the people who would deserve lashes as a punishment? From a gezarah shavah - of one or another, which is a puzzle, because a gezarah shavah should be clear and unique. Plus, the Gemara seems hesitant to learn from this gezarah shavah. Also, delving into the details of this gezarah shavah, once it's been established. Specifically, harm to a person vs. animal, harm on weekday vs. on Shabbat, and more.
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Vaetchanan 1- (Year 1) - 5781 Insights and comments could be sent to Jonathan@theparashapodcast.com    They will be addressed during our daily classes to enhance the discussion.  For Parasha classes, please visit: TheParashaPodcast.com Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/45srXeZZgZKHAomOmpIkmh?si=Ao0Jr94xQOSpKxd8Rg7Zyw Apple Podcasts Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-parasha-podcast/id1525436805  For Navi Classes, please visit: Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/48iHU4mP1cvgZOGFrC5Jys?si=o_r9qD_XT_yovHvuC9fJIA Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-navi-podcast/id1549133051  For Tehillim Classes, please visit: Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/79ooU0LqW7FF8Zh5YfJAkp?si=fzjnBsMPRjS27AtlepZxRQ&dl_branch=1 Apple Podcasts Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tehillim-podcast/id1588773372  #Parsha #Navi #Torah #Bible #Wisdom #Psalms #Song #Tehillim
Vaetchanan 2- (Year 1) - 5781 Insights and comments could be sent to Jonathan@theparashapodcast.com    They will be addressed during our daily classes to enhance the discussion.  For Parasha classes, please visit: TheParashaPodcast.com Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/45srXeZZgZKHAomOmpIkmh?si=Ao0Jr94xQOSpKxd8Rg7Zyw Apple Podcasts Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-parasha-podcast/id1525436805  For Navi Classes, please visit: Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/48iHU4mP1cvgZOGFrC5Jys?si=o_r9qD_XT_yovHvuC9fJIA Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-navi-podcast/id1549133051  For Tehillim Classes, please visit: Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/79ooU0LqW7FF8Zh5YfJAkp?si=fzjnBsMPRjS27AtlepZxRQ&dl_branch=1 Apple Podcasts Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tehillim-podcast/id1588773372  #Parsha #Navi #Torah #Bible #Wisdom #Psalms #Song #Tehillim
Vaetchanan 3 - (year 1) - 5781 - Sunday Edition - 0 to 1 Insights and comments could be sent to Jonathan@theparashapodcast.com    They will be addressed during our daily classes to enhance the discussion.  For Parasha classes, please visit: TheParashaPodcast.com Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/45srXeZZgZKHAomOmpIkmh?si=Ao0Jr94xQOSpKxd8Rg7Zyw Apple Podcasts Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-parasha-podcast/id1525436805  For Navi Classes, please visit: Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/48iHU4mP1cvgZOGFrC5Jys?si=o_r9qD_XT_yovHvuC9fJIA Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-navi-podcast/id1549133051  For Tehillim Classes, please visit: Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/79ooU0LqW7FF8Zh5YfJAkp?si=fzjnBsMPRjS27AtlepZxRQ&dl_branch=1 Apple Podcasts Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tehillim-podcast/id1588773372  #Parsha #Navi #Torah #Bible #Wisdom #Psalms #Song #Tehillim
In the News: Judea Pearl Judea Pearl, father of murdered journalist, Daniel Pearl z"l, talks about what the recent killing of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri means for him personally, the concept of justice, as well as his efforts to call attention to 'Zionophobia' and why he says the fight against it is so critical.  With Teisha Bader.
Parashat Va’etchanan: Striving for Unity In this week's parsha, Moshe recalls several events and presents for us what many consider to be one of the foundational texts of Judaism, the Shema. Join Yiscah Smith as she discusses the parsha and some of the fundamental values and tenets of our faith presented in the Shema.

Credits: Rabbi Michael Hattin and Yiscah Smith – Pardes Faculty

290. Devarim - The Case of the Broken Computer & Selflessness Version 2 **Throwback Episode** This class was given at Ahavas Torah of Scottsdale on 7/23/09.
291. Importance of Quoting One’s Sources **Throwback Episode** This class was given at the Bronsteyn Succah in 2011.
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When My Children Are Struggling Lecture to Mexico City Community: During this lecture to Mexico City Community for Twisted Parenting, learn new strategies which promote union and harmony in the family. Thursday, August 4, 2022, 10 pm ET.
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