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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.
 
Brutal Planet is a deeply Chassidic Lapid Judaism radio program heard on Yeshiva Radio and ranks #1 in all of Hebrew Roots radio. Christopher teaches Torah and Messiah Yeshua through the eyes of Chassidic premises and thought patterns with an emphasis on marriage covenant, edification, leadership, and servitude through a gentle correction.
 
You have a soul and a purpose, and you were blessed with the gift of life. There is a special magic that happens when your life is aligned with your soul and purpose! With a summary of the weekly Torah portion and some #realtalk from deep beneath its surface, the Bytes of Judaism podcast is here to help you unlock your best life, know your WHY, and be everything you were born to be.
 
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 ...
 
Do you have unanswered questions about Judaism, sexuality and intimacy? Do you want your children to get a better sex education than you received, but lack the language or tools to provide it? Do you want to improve and enhance intimacy in your marriage, but aren’t sure how to go about it? Do you wonder about how Judaism views various aspects of sexuality? Do you have questions or issues that you would like to address – either in Jewish law or regarding sexuality – but there is no one you fe ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Sadly, most of us are living with an elementary school level of Judaism. Many of us do not know what exactly being Jewish means or how Judaism impacts our lives on a daily basis. It is with this in mind that this series of short lectures on the Essentials of Judaism was created, using the primary Jewish prayer, the Shemoneh Esrei or Amidah as a guide.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
In 70CE the Romans destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem. Second Temple Judaism, whose worship consisted of animal sacrifice permitted by biblical command only at the Temple, would have to reinvent itself as Rabbinic Judaism. Contemporaneously, the authors of the New Testament Gospels were writing about the Jewish apocalyptic prophet whom they believed was the awaited messiah. For both the rabbis and the gospel writers, for both ancient Jews and ancient Christians, the central authoritative text ...
 
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 ...
 
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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Parshat Ha'Azinu - With the Yom Kippur liturgy fresh in our minds we explore a disturbing, persistent and infantile argument for forgiveness… that God forgive us for His sake. Using equal measure of Chutzpa and shaming, we argue that God, as our Father and as our Creator is ultimately responsible for our sins, the sins of his children/creations. We…
 
Our society is permeated with a victim mentality that presents itself as prophetic, but is punitive. Caught in the Victim Triangle, everyone must fit into a role of Victim, Persecutor, or Rescuer --both in individual dramas and in societal theory. Change presents itself only in the options of shifting roles in the triangle: persecutors must become …
 
Dan and Lex dive into a brand new Judaism Unbound initiative called The UnYeshiva. The UnYeshiva is a brand-new, digital-first, center for Jewish learning (and unlearning, hence the name UnYeshiva!), offering a mixture of synchronous (in-real-time) and asynchronous (at your own pace) courses. Learn more at www.unyeshiva.com! Learn more about Dan's …
 
There is a decision that can — literally — make the practical difference that allows you achieve the things you know you have the potential for and you want to make happen!It is a decision you can make at any time that will give you a real fresh start moving forward, and the days leading up to Yom Kippur are the perfect time to talk about it.…
 
During the month of Elul, hundreds of high school graduates flock to Israel for their gap year programs, yeshivot, and seminaries. This year offers experiences of high level learning, spiritual growth, increased maturity, new friendships, and fun. But many students experience confusion, particularly around their developing sexuality. The legendary …
 
- In which we discuss the Olympic gold medalist who can't marry in Israel and the Bnei Menashe who did.- And in which we talk with Yael Braun, the only female Rabbinic court advocate (that we know of) in the US, and possibly in the Diaspora.Music: "Misery" by The Whipsโดย Jewish Coffee House
 
En este episodio conocemos la increíble historia de Amin Meleika, un joven egipcio que la firma de paz entre Egipto e Israel le cambió la vida y decidió estudiar diplomacia. En la actualidad es el embajador de Egipto en la Argentina. ¿Cómo se vio desde Egipto la guerra de Yom Kippur (1973)? ¿Cuando conoció a un judío por primera vez? ¿Qué legado hi…
 
We go on a bizarre halachic excursion through the sources on Sukkah building - specifically exploring the seemingly strange law: the walls of a sukkah can be made out of a person, as long as they don't know it. Knowing and not-knowing seem to be intrinsic to what a sukkah is all about... Listen to the podcast, and check out the full source-sheet he…
 
¿Cómo se puede definir "La cábala"? ¿Qué es el árbol de la vida? ¿Cuáles son sus principales exponentes? ¿Hay razón detrás del misticismo? En una amena y didáctica charla con la Mg. Dalia Siman nos adentramos en el mundo de la Cábala, sus principales doctrinas, símbolos y su lenguaje. Ahondamos en sus principales autores y libros. Exploramos sus di…
 
Parshat Vayeilech - We review the septennial Hakhēl convocation where the Torah is read publicly as an opportunity to explore the revolutionary nature of the Hebrew Alphabet from both a social and technological perspective. In so doing, maybe we shed some light on the proliferation of alphabetical acrostics in the Psalms and later liturgy and piyyu…
 
How often do people say to me, "Rabbi, Rosh Hashanah is not about prayers, theology and sermons -- it's about getting together with family!" or "My grandfather was a model Jew because he was committed to his grandchildren" or "One does not know true awe until one has had children." And how often have I as a rabbi said similar things at a bat mitzva…
 
Aimee Lucido, author of the brand-new book Recipe for Disaster, joins Dan and Lex for a conversation about the book's themes of being "Jewish enough" -- even and especially when others suggest that you're not! They also touch on other topics featured in the book, including Jewish food, the Shmita year, and more. You can purchase Recipe for Disaster…
 
Baruj (Benedicto) Spinoza uno de los más grandes pensadores del siglo XVII, uno de los padres de la modernidad, nació dentro de la comunidad judía (descendiente de marranos) de Amsterdam hasta que por sus ideas fue expulsado de la misma. En su Ética y en su Tratado Teológico Político plantea diversas tesis que darán inicio a la "libertad" del hombr…
 
parshat nitzavim (deuteronomy 30) Join Geoffrey Stern, Rabbi Adam Mintz and Theatre Director and Professor Michael Posnik in a live recording of Madlik Clubhouse as they explore the verse in Deuteronomy 30 that proclaims that the Torah is not in Heaven. We explore it in context and in the agada. We take a literary journey into the iconic story of t…
 
Nigel Savage, the founder and former CEO of Hazon: the Jewish Lab for Sustainability, joins Judaism Unbound on the eve of Rosh Hashanah (and the Shmita year that Rosh Hashanah commences), for an inside look at Shmita in the 21st century. They explore how the recent wave of Shmita observances (beginning in 2000 and partially spearheaded by Hazon) be…
 
Rebbe Nachman brings a twist to the significance of Rosh Hashana: it's celebrating the creation of the world, of course, but that's something we do every moment. We just need to do it better. Turning raw potential into actuality, taking an idea and limiting it into words, acting in the world and sometimes messing it up - that's life itself. Welcome…
 
David Seidenberg, author of Kabbalah and Ecology: God's Image in the More-Than-Human World, joins Dan and Lex for a conversation about why Shmita is the central commandment of the entire Torah. This episode is the fourth in a series of episodes about the Shmita year. The Shmita year is a once-every-seven-years occasion, first described in the Bible…
 
¿Qué fue la Shoá? ¿Cómo se construyó la memoria de la Shoá? ¿Es posible comparar el holocausto con otras tragedias? ¿Qué lugar debe ocupar la Shoá en la educación judía? En un apasionante episodio junto al Dr. y Educador Yossi J. Goldstein nos adentramos en un tema que hasta el momento no habíamos analizado en Pi Elef: La Shoá y sus consecuencias e…
 
Wendie and Lex are back for a special bonus episode, to think together about the holi-month of Elul, and the upcoming holi-year of Shmita (sabbatical year). In this conversation, they connect Shmita to the practice of land acknowledgement. This “mini-episode” is the second of two that have been released as part of Elul Unbound 2021 (our 13th and 14…
 
parshat ki tavo (Deuteronomy 26) a recording of a discussion between Geoffrey Stern and Rabbi Adam Mintz on Clubhouse as they explore the roots of the concept of the Chosen People looking at the Favored sons and wives of Genesis and at the concept of Covenant and antecedent Hittite suzerainty treaties. Join us as we ask whether Tevya was right and …
 
Cindy Milstein, editor of There is Nothing so Whole as a Broken Heart: Mending the World as Jewish Anarchists, joins Dan and Lex for a conversation about what anarchism is, and why "Jewish Anarchism" isn't at all a contradiction. This episode is the third in a series of episodes about the Shmita year. The Shmita year is a once-every-seven-years occ…
 
¿Es el movimiento reformista un movimiento "halájico"? ¿Qué lugar le da el reformismo a la Halajá? ¿Los cambios en el ritual llevan a la asimilación o ayudan al acercamiento de judíos por fuera de los círculos más tradicionalistas? ¿Por qué cambiar? ¿Cómo cambiar? ¿Quién puede cambiar? En una enriquecedora charla junto al Rab. Damian Karo nos adent…
 
On Rosh Hashana, Jews celebrate the creation of the world (or of humanity, or something else..) If so, Elul marks the time before creation. What does it mean to be before creation? Why is answering that question forbidden in Jewish law? We take a journey through a series of texts, touching the questions and almost answering them. * You can find all…
 
We follow the final part of the collapse of Judah, the tragedy at the new capital in Mitzpeh, and the assassination of Gedalyah. Why is this such a significant event in Jewish History? What effect does this have on Judaism? Why fast on the fast of Gedalyah?This Podcast was only possible through donations.Want to show your support?Visit my Ko-Fi pag…
 
Parshat Ki Teitzei - When was the last time you listened to the lyrics, poetry and sounds of the mitzvot? Join Geoffrey Stern, Rabbi Adam Mintz and special guest poet, Haim Nachman Bialik in a live recording of our weekly disruptive Torah on Clubhouse. We are told that there never was nor never will be a case of the Biblical Rebellious Son and that…
 
Christopher discusses how the current state of the world shows we are living in the times of Isaiah 5:20 we_are_living_in_isaiah_5_20.mp3File Size: 66073 kbFile Type: mp3Download File ... The North American Rebbe for Ani Judaism International discusses topics related to the Torah and the Messiah Yeshua from a Hasidic point of view,…
 
Eli Kaplan-Wildmann, a designer and artistic director who has worked extensively on designing spaces for television and theater, along with designing Jewish ritual objects, joins Dan and Lex on this episode of Judaism Unbound. Their conversation begins with an exploration of Kaplan-Wildmann’s new project (Shmita Steps), which is simultaneously a “c…
 
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