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Podcast of sermons by Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch, senior rabbi at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue in New York City. Rabbi Hirsch is recognized internationally for his leadership in Jewish affairs and was named by the New York Observer among “New York’s Most Influential Religious Leaders.” The coauthor of the acclaimed One People Two Worlds: A Reform Rabbi and an Orthodox Rabbi Explore the Issues that Divide Them, he previously served as executive director of the Association of Reform Zionists of America.
 
Rabbi Bruce L. Cohen's explanatory readings from the Torah and sermons, given at Congregation Beth El of Manhattan - a Conservative Two-Testament (“Messianic”) Jewish synagouge in the Upper East Side of New York City, where Jewish people and "People of Calling" (not born Jewish), and interfaith couples come together in Manhattan ince 1993 to observe Two-Testament Judaism. For more information visit www.bethelnyc.org, or if you're in New York come to one of our Saturday morning services.
 
Welcome to the Liberal Jewish Synagogue Podcast! We are a central London synagogue and an inclusive, egalitarian community for all ages. Together we explore Jewish traditions, texts and values and apply them to the realities of the 21st Century. Please visit www.ljs.org and get in touch to learn how to get involved
 
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In our Torah Portion "BeShalach", we are introduced to the nation of Amalek, which Judaism views as the embodiment of evil. Since the Torah tells us that the Lord battles with Amalek in every generation, we can learn how we can identify a Spirit of Amalek in our lives and how to overcome it.โดย info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
When Lazarus was resurrected, he came out of the grave bound with wrappings. Have you experienced G-d's resurrection power, but still feel bound? Yeshua made a second resurrection proclamation that perhaps you are waiting to hear: "Unbind him and let him go!"โดย info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
Shabbat Sermon by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDShabbat Vay'chi - December 18, 2021Genesis 49:1-50:25Ahavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, CaliforniaInfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
“We take for granted so much about life. Most of us do not give a passing thought to deprivation. Practically none of us thinks about whether we can put food on the table today,” says Rabbi Ammi Hirsch. Instead, with the looming cream cheese shortage in New York City, he advises, “If you go to the deli next week and there is […]…
 
“Here we are again: another vile, virulent, vexing variant,” says Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch. In this week’s parasha, “Joseph didn’t ask, ‘Why did God create pestilence?’ He figured out how to improve and ultimately escape his own sorry predicament — and preserve the food of Egypt. In the words of Ecclesiastes: ‘Whatever is in your power […]…
 
“Last week, The New York Times Magazine reported on ‘The Unraveling of American Zionism,’” says Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch. “Our Reform institutions have an opportunity — and an obligation — to state what it is we do believe: that the Reform movement is a Zionist movement, theologically committed to the centrality of the Jewish people and […]…
 
A Shabbat Drash by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDNovember 13, 2021 - Shabbat VayetzeGenesis 28:10-22Ahavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, CaliforniaInfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
A Shabbat Drash by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDNovember 6, 2021 - Shabbat ToldotGenesis 25:19-34Ahavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, CaliforniaInfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
"CLARITY AND CONTINUITY: About Three of Our Commitments"A Shabbat Sermon - Genesis 24:1-67Shabbat Chayei Sara - October 30, 2021by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDAhavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, CaliforniaInfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
“There are two models of succession portrayed in the Torah and haftarah portions of the week,” says Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch. “Abraham took his time and built his succession plan carefully. But David’s was done in a hurry, at the last moments of his life. It was only Abraham — not David — whose death is […]…
 
We inherit faith from our father Abraham. We also inherit "Laughter", the name of the son of promise, Isaac. And we also inherit the giving up of the same son of promise.โดย info@mishkahndavid.org (Rabbi Brian Samuel)
 
“Tikkun olam — repairing the world — is an outgrowth and an expression of Judaism itself,” says Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch. “But sometimes it seems to be the only value Reform Jews emphasize. All of us must do deeds and speak words not only of universal values, but also of Klal Yisrael — the principle of […]…
 
Relationship Circles: Exploring Kinship in Abraham's WorldOctober 16, 2021 - Shabbat Lech LechaGenesis 14:12-14A Shabbat Sermon by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDAhavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, Californiainfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
It's no fun to get sick. But the unfun symptoms of the sickness (sore throat, fever, etc.) is your body doing what it is designed to do by God.,, Recognize a threat, fight it, beat it, remember it, and be strengthened from it. So it is with all trials. The purpose of adversity is to strengthen your immunity.…
 
“At some point, everyone reaches an age when they hand over the fight to the next generation,” says Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch. Which makes Abraham’s story in this week’s parasha all the more profound: “He is 75 years old when God calls him to a new mission… You can change the world. You can make a […]โดย Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch
 
The Four Creations of Redeemed HumanityShabbat Noach - October 9, 2021A Shabbat Sermon by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDAhavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, Californiainfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
The Most Dangerous Time of the YearShabbat Shuvah - September 11, 2021A Shabbat Drash by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDAhavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, Californiainfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
Worldview Foundation: The Creation StoryGenesis 1-2Shabbat B'reishit - October 2, 2021A Shabbat Drash by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDAhavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, Californiainfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
COVID-19 and Sukkot: Our Vulnerabilities and God's StrengthA Shabbat Drash (sermon) by Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhDShabbat Sukkot - September 25, 2021Ahavat Zion Messianic SynagogueLos Angeles, CAinfo@AhavatZion.orgโดย Rabbi Stuart Dauermann
 
On our most joyous festival, “Jewish tradition encourages us to study the Book of Ecclesiastes, who writes, “Everything is futile: utter futility,” says Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch. He asks: “Why, of all books, did the Sages assign Ecclesiastes on Sukkot?”โดย Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch
 
“What is going on in our schools? The task of the best educational institutions is not to tell students what to think, but to give them the tools how to think,” said Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch on Yom Kippur. “A liberal can never be so certain and dogmatic about the application of general moral truths to […]…
 
“Were the Ten Lost Tribes truly lost, or were they destroyed?” wonders Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch on Erev Yom Kippur. “For some, exile is coerced. Others just drift away from our people until there is no return. As long as you can still hear the roaring river of Judaism, it is not too late. If you […]โดย Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch
 
“If there is one lesson to absorb from the Holocaust, it is that when someone proclaims an intention to exterminate the Jews, believe them,” says Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch, recalling a harrowing story from Auschwitz this Rosh Hashanah. “The ideology of antisemitism focuses not on the Jewish person, but on the Jewish people; this is why […]…
 
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