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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.
 
Study the parsha in an interesting and engaging way. Each week Rabbi Micah Streiffer discusses the weekly Torah portion in about 7 to 10 minutes. 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!
 
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.
 
Torah to the Tribes is not only a podcast covering the Bible, Biblical prophecy and current events but also hosts a broadcast and community center, as well as hosting the Three Annual Pilgrimage Feasts—Passover, Pentecost and the Feast of Tabernacles. Learn more at https://torahtothetribes.com
 
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.
 
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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…
 
This is Torah Talk for the week of September 19th, 2021 Deut. 33:21 For there is the portion of the revered chieftain [מְחֹקֵ֖ק סָפ֑וּן], Where the heads of the people come [וַיֵּתֵא֙ רָ֣אשֵׁי עָ֔ם]. What is the meaning of these mysterious lines from the blessing of Gad? Did the end of line 1 and the […]…
 
Sukkot 5782 Ben Volman, Kehillat Eytz Chaim, Toronto My treasured memories of spending time in Jerusalem at Sukkot always bring to mind those inspiring commands from D’varim/Deuteronomy: “Rejoice at your festival. . . . Adonai your God will bless you . . . so you are to be full of joy” (Deut 16:14,15, CJB). Joy doesn’t have to be overly exuberant—b…
 
The approaching holiday of Sukkot brings with it a variety of rituals, mitzvot, and observances. This Ten attempts to provide a unified theory of it all and an explanation as to why this time of year is our "time of happiness." This Ten is sponsored by the Lewis family in memory of Fred Lewis, Feivel Yitzchak ben Naftali David z"l…
 
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…
 
From the Sonni Manuscript, sometime in the late 1700's and before 1800, C.S.Sonnini published his copy of Sonnini's Travels in Turkey and Greece. It was published and translated into English sometime late in 1799, available at the earliest about 1800. If this manuscript had been allowed to circulate before the curse of dispersion was lifted (Lev 26…
 
Chp. 32 verses 17 - 52: He continues with his message. That in later generations they may turn to other objects to worship. Consequently, Hashem will repay their lack of appreciation with the denial of His favor. His punishments will be disease and the cruelty of the enemy. His only concern will be that the enemy should not gloat which will prevent…
 
KMTT - Parsha Tidbits with Rav Dovid Gottlieb, Vayelech-Ha'azinu-Special Yom Kippur Vort Vayelech #1 - Sparks of Chassidus - An Inspiring Teaching from R. Tzadok Hakohen - Connecting the Parsha to the Yamim Noraim Haazinu #1 - Contemporary Commentators - R. Soloveitchik's Approach to Reward and Punishment #2 - Sparks of Chassidus - Historical Sensi…
 
Parsha Tidbits with Rav Dovid Gottlieb, Vayelech-Ha'azinu-Special Yom Kippur Vort Vayelech #1 - Sparks of Chassidus - An Inspiring Teaching from R. Tzadok Hakohen - Connecting the Parsha to the Yamim Noraim Haazinu #1 - Contemporary Commentators - R. Soloveitchik's Approach to Reward and Punishment #2 - Sparks of Chassidus - Historical Sensitivity …
 
This week our parasha is Ha’Azinu which translates to “Listen” and covers Deuteronomy 32. Ha’Azinu is the penultimate parasha and contains the final teaching and warning of Moses for our people. This teaching takes the form of a song, written in double columns in the Torah. The song prophecies our people’s future disobedience and destruction Source…
 
קש"ת - פרשה דיגיטלית 55: וזאת הברכה - קבורתו של משה ומייסד ביטקוין, מאת הרב הראל ברגר, דוקטורנט למדעי המחשב איזו חידה קשה יותר - לדעת את מקום קבורתו של משה או למצוא את מייסד ביטקוין? בשיעור זה נסקור שתי שיטות בהקשר של חידת מקום קבורתו של משה, ושלושה הסברים לסיבה לכך שאין איש שיודע היכן נקבר משה. לאחר מכן, נכיר מספר חידות דיגיטליות. נקשר בין שני התח…
 
Our High Holiday celebrations this year felt a little more "normal," but there were some clear changes. Today, Rabbi Janet Roberts led us on a discussion of a time when Jews returned to worship after a long absence, and the changes that awaited them.โดย Jennifer Jaech & Tara Keiter
 
The Torah's penultimate parashah is a poem that gives a stylized version of the Israelites' history with God. It has a lot to teach us about covenant, about parent-child relationships, and about unconditional love.โดย Micah Streiffer
 
As we hear the poetic message Moses bequeaths to us in our Torah toward the end of our wilderness journey, Harvard Ph.D. student and scholar of Jewish art, history, and scribal tradition, Deborah B. Thompson, and Sonia Epstein '22 join the Harvard Torah conversation to explore how cherished verses, poems and songs and special letters can be touchst…
 
What are we doing when we knock on our chests, the seat of our hearts, literally hundreds of times during Yom Kippur? There is a part of us - deep inside - waiting to unleash itself and express its holy vibes to the world. Tune in to this week's Torah Sparks to find out more and listen to a chilling yet epic story with one of the students of the Ra…
 
Enjoy this week's short shiur on Parshat Ha'azinu given by Rivi Frankel: Shirat Ha'azinu, a song for generations.Stay tuned for new upcoming episodes of Matan's One on One podcast!โดย Matan Women's Institute For Torah Studies
 
After spending two days in the Synagogue celebrating Rosh Hashanah, Frank gives an update on Jewish-Christian reconciliation and discuss the portion of Vayelekh, Deuteronomy 31. Share your thoughts with us: https://www.torahconversations.com/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/torahconversations Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.c…
 
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