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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.
 
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.
 
JTS's weekly commentary on parashat hashavua and the holidays, published for over 20 years, is enjoyed by thousands of readers every week. The commentary features select faculty, students, and staff from across JTS. We invite you to subscribe to this podcast and bring Torah from JTS wherever you go.
 
TORAH 101 is aptly described as “An Intellectual’s Introduction to Torah”. If you are a person who wants to understand the foundations of Torah in a logical and cogent fashion, if you don’t want to subsist with the juvenile perception of Torah of your youth, if you want to wrestle with the deeper questions of theology, eschatology, theodicy, and Jewish philosophy, TORAH 101 is the podcast for you. We will delve into the weighty topics in Jewish philosophy: the divinity of Torah: the interrel ...
 
You will find these stories interesting if you are Torah observant, but they are for anyone who wants to listen and learn about the instructions of YeHoVaH God. We use the name of god as it is written in 2000 Hebrew manuscripts. If you have questions about the Torah or any related topics, contact us at: https://albanytorahfellowship.net/ Or you can email us at torahadventures@yahoo.com We’re on Apple Podcasts, YouTube, Spotify, Anchor, Podcast Addict, Radio Public, JioSaavn, Himalaya, and lo ...
 
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KMTT - Parashat Behar-Bechukotai with Rav Dovid Gottlieb #1 Classical Commentators - The Torah's Approach to Real Estate #2 Modern Commentators - How Do We Survive Galus? The Meshech Chochma's Incredible Insight #3 Midrash - Making the Right Choices - A Midrashic Perspective #4 Sparks of Chassidut - What is True Freedom? A Profound Thought from the…
 
Parashat Behar-Bechukotai with Rav Dovid Gottlieb #1 Classical Commentators - The Torah's Approach to Real Estate #2 Modern Commentators - How Do We Survive Galus? The Meshech Chochma's Incredible Insight #3 Midrash - Making the Right Choices - A Midrashic Perspective #4 Sparks of Chassidut - What is True Freedom? A Profound Thought from the Sefas …
 
The Biblical institution of Sabbatical and Jubilee year - in which the land lies fallow and all debts are forgiven - have a powerful lesson to teach about partnership and relationship, and what happens when we stop trying to control the world around us. An interview with Rabbi Michael Satz.โดย Micah Streiffer
 
קש"ת - חייו של אברהם אבינו - לחיות כיהודי 23: העקידה: לא ציווי אלא בקשה, מפי הרב עזרא ביק שיטת הר"ן שאין אברהם חייב לעקוד את בנו לפי הדין, אלא הוא בוחר לעשות כן מאהבה, כיון שהוא יודע שזה חפץ ה'.
 
View Text Online: http://www.chabad.org/dailystudy/seferHamitzvos.asp?tdate=Iyar 24, 5781 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 whi…
 
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Parashat B’har-B’Chukotai, Leviticus 25:1–27:34 Rabbi Russ Resnik Last week I spent a couple of days on the upper Rio Grande near Taos, New Mexico, along with Rabbi Rich Nichol, my friend Avi, and my son Luke, who has the most experience among us in canoeing and kayaking. After our first day of running the rapids he said that what he loves about bo…
 
Parshat Emor - When are we permitted or even obligated to update the ethical aesthetic of the Torah? If the Torah reflects a common bias of its cultural milieu such as the inferiority of the physically maimed or handicapped when and how are we to update this for an evolved perspective? Recorded live on the Madlik Friday a 4:00 Eastern Disruptive To…
 
This is our d’rash (commentary) on the torah portion, Be’har or “on the mount.” In this portion, the Scripture details two other commands of rest – the sh’mittah (sabbatical year) and the yovel (jubilee). One of the prevailing concepts in this sidrah is that the land is God’s and is, therefore, expected to be in His service as well as His people. A…
 
The Greek philosopher Aristotle had a belief that hearing "contributes most to the growth of intelligence," making Aristotle dismissive of the intelligence of deaf-mutes. Many of our ancient sages seemed to agree with that assessment. But others showed more evolved thinking, and appreciation for the humanity of differently abled people.…
 
This week’s parasha is entitled Emor, meaning “Say it!” and covers Leviticus chapters 21 through 24. These chapters reveal a God who is supremely holy, who pays attention to details, and demands the same of those who would draw near to Him. God is awesome in perfection. Hence, the Cohanim, who represented God to Israel Source…
 
In this episode, Bethany Campbell and Frank talk about the tragedy that happened at Mount Meron on Thursday night, the true light of Messiah shining in dark times, and discuss the portion of "Emor" (Speak), specifically the God's Appointed Times: Shabbat, Passover, Firstfruits, Shavuot (Feast of Weeks/Pentecost), Feast of Trumpets, Yom Kippur (Day …
 
This is Torah Talk for the week of April 25th, 2021 Lev. 23:10 When you enter the land that I am giving to you and you reap its harvest, you shall bring the first sheaf of your harvest to the priest.11 He shall elevate the sheaf before the Lord for acceptance in your behalf; the priest shall elevate […]…
 
Leviticus teaches us how to treat other people. Believers in The GOD of Israel must know and follow these instructions to live holy lives. Thought Leviticus was just about sacrifices and rituals? Take this RedPill, and follow the instructions.โดย redpilltorah
 
The Acts of the Hebrews – Part 17 Politarchs The Peloponnesian war principal agent provocateurs Berean bible prophecy Act 17:1 And traveling through Amphipolis and Apollonia, they came to Thessalonica, where there was a synagogue of the Jews. Act 17:2 And according to Paul’s custom, he went in to them and reasoned with them out of the Scriptures on…
 
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