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The Book of Samuel IIEpisode 34: David's VictoriesPodcast Overview: David secures the realm by defeating all of the surrounding kingdoms that threaten it. He also keeps his pledge. (Samuel II 8:1-10:19)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one pod…
 
Parashat Chaye Sarah 5782 - Rivka: The Original InfluencerDescription: In Parashat Chaye Sarah, Avraham sends his servant Eliezer on a mission to find a spouse for his son Yitzchak. Avraham doesn't offer much in the way of criteria, but Eliezer devises a test of character to find a spouse worthy of Yitzchak. As we witness the encounter between Elie…
 
The Book of Samuel IIEpisode 33: David's Desire to Build the TemplePodcast Overview: With his kingdom becoming secure, David expresses his wish to finally build the Temple. God, however, has other plans. (Samuel II 7:1-29)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary m…
 
The Book of Samuel IIEpisode 32: The Ark of the Covenant is Brought to JerusalemPodcast Overview: Having established Jerusalem as his new capital, David relocates the ark to it. (Samuel II 6:1-23)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podcast t…
 
Parashat VaYera 5782: Human Sacrifice - Problematic or Profound?Description: Why would Avraham's 10th and final test be to participate in a cruel and despicable act of human sacrifice which blended him with the polythe,istic and immoral world that surrounded him? Is Avraham a madman or a hero? In what way does the test of the Akeda require us to re…
 
The Book of Samuel IIEpisode 31: Jerusalem, David's CityPodcast Overview: In his first act as king over all of Israel, David conquers Jerusalem and makes it his capital. (Samuel II 5:1-25)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podcast to the ne…
 
This was originally posted on Authentic Jewish Living with Yiscah Smith. From Yiscah: In Conversation With Rabbi Daniel Silverstein. What a wonderful conversation with an inspiring visionary and compassionate voice of change. Rav Daniel manifests refreshing positive and optimistic energies as he views Judaism as a spiritual practice. I hope you are…
 
The Book of Samuel IIEpisode 30: The Fall of the House of ShaulPodcast Overview: The last difficult obstacles to David becoming king are unexpectedly removed, even as David takes no active role. (Samuel II 3:2-4:12)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material…
 
This podcast is sponsored by Suzana and Alan Caro in honor of Rav Meir Schweiger, a master teacher who held up the tradition as a mirror to us to live an ethical and rich life of meaning.Parashat Lech Lecha 5782: Go To Yourself - Lech Lecha: Heeding the Still Small Voice WithinDescription: Cultivating the spiritual practice of Lech Lecha: moving aw…
 
The Book of Samuel IIEpisode 29: The Struggle Over SuccessionPodcast Overview: Shaul is dead but David will not become king over all of Israel immediately. (Samuel II 2:1-3:1)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podcast to the next, preferabl…
 
Pardes North America Presents: A Shot of Torah with Rabbi Dr. Levi CooperPraying for Rain During Shmitta: Episode 4: From Theory to PracticeWith no great rivers coursing through the Land of Israel, we are heavily dependent on rain. This need is expressed in the immemorial Yom Kippur prayers. At the end of Sukkot we start mentioning rain in our dail…
 
The Book of Samuel IIEpisode 28: David Receives the Tragic NewsPodcast Overview: Through an unlikely source, word reaches David that Shaul is dead and David laments. (Samuel II 1:1-27)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podcast to the next, …
 
Pardes North America Presents: A Shot of Torah with Rabbi Dr. Levi CooperPraying for Rain During Shmitta: Episode 3: Water Cisterns, Trees, and the NeedyWith no great rivers coursing through the Land of Israel, we are heavily dependent on rain. This need is expressed in the immemorial Yom Kippur prayers. At the end of Sukkot we start mentioning rai…
 
This podcast is sponsored by Pardes Year Program alumnus Jason Gusdorf & Family in celebration of his new album, After the Seventh, inspired by his time at Pardes. After the Seventh will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, and at jasongusdorf.hearnow.com on November 5th, 2021. Stay tuned after the episode to hear a brief message from Jason.Parash…
 
Pardes North America Presents: A Shot of Torah with Rabbi Dr. Levi CooperPraying for Rain During Shmitta: Episode 2 - For the Sake of Non Jews and SinnersWith no great rivers coursing through the Land of Israel, we are heavily dependent on rain. This need is expressed in the immemorial Yom Kippur prayers. At the end of Sukkot we start mentioning ra…
 
In this podcast, we will look at a series of midrashim that reflect on the irrationality of God's desire to create human beings and the enormous potential for connection and engagement with the Divine that exists inside of this very flawed creature known as Adam.Download the Source SheetSource Sheet features Genesis 1:26-27 | Genesis 6:5-6.Please l…
 
Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah 5782: Meaningful Partners or Accidentally Attached?Podcast Overview: Together we will explore the origin of finishing the Torah reading cycle on Shemini Atzeret and how this practice reveals a deep meaning of Simchat Torah. We will also talk about the different ways we relate to the significance of Torah study in o…
 
Pardes North America Presents: A Shot of Torah with Rabbi Dr. Levi CooperPraying for Rain During Shmitta: Episode 1 - A Land Flowing but Not with WaterWith no great rivers coursing through the Land of Israel, we are heavily dependent on rain. This need is expressed in the immemorial Yom Kippur prayers. At the end of Sukkot we start mentioning rain …
 
The Book of Samuel I & II Bonus Episode with Rabbi Alex Israel and Rabbi Michael HattinEpisode 28: The InterviewPodcast Overview: In this bonus episode, Rabbi Alex Israel, in conversation with Rabbi Michael Hattin, goes behind the scenes of Crises and Kings. Alex and Michael discuss highlights and challenges in the making of Samuel I and reveal an …
 
Sukkot 5782 - Sukkot and the Secret of Jewish HappinessWhy is Sukkot described as the "Season of our Rejoicing"?What is the objective of sitting in the Sukka?What messages does it have to our technological and materialistic age?Download the Pardes Sukkot Holiday CompanionPlease let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write us to u…
 
Parashat Ha'azinu 5782 - The Eternity of the Jewish PeopleMoshe's words in this week's parasha contain both a sacred history of the Jewish people as well as a vision of their future, until the end of time. We will consider Nachmanides' interpretation of the matter, as he explores the special mission that God has given His people.Download the Source…
 
Yom Kippur 5782 - Who is the Hero of the Jonah Story?In this podcast, Aviva Lauer explores the Book of Jonah, read on the afternoon of Yom Kippur, in an effort to understand what message we are meant to take from it on this special day. Naming Jonah (under the influence of his midrashic mentor, Elijah the Prophet) the antihero of the story, as oppo…
 
Vayelech 5782/Shabbat Shuva - Who Would you Invite to Dinner?This class imagines an imaginary dinner between R. Zera (4th century CE) and Moses. How are these two figures similar? How are they different? And what can their differences teach us about authority and repentance? Truly, a tale of two leaders. (Devarim 31:1-2 / Shemot 4:10 / Devarim 31:2…
 
Thank you for listening to Crises & Kings: The Book of Samuel I & II. Our first 27 episodes discussed at length the first book of Samuel. We will take a short break for the High Holidays 5782 and return after Sukkot. In the meantime you can listen to any episode you missed or subscribe to get the latest episodes of the Book of Samuel II. Please vis…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 1: Resurrection and Rosh Hashana: Multivalent Perspectives on the Binding of IsaacDescription: There is no story as rich and complex, as troubling and inspiring, as Akedat Yitzchak, the binding of Isaac which is the Torah reading for the second Morning of Rosh Hashana. Akedat Yitzhak is a great story precisel…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 2: Rosh Hashana: Power of ChoiceDescription: In this special Pardes from Jerusalem podcast for Rosh Hashana, Nechama Goldman Barash explores both ancient and modern sources that reflect on the power of choice and its effect on our relationship with one another and God.This podcast was generously sponsored by …
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 3: Days of Awe-some or Awe-fulDescription: The High Holy Days are also known as the Days of Awe which can be awesome, or awful. Here is a look at how to tie the work of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot together into an approach to building a world whose horizon is big enough to hold our dreams.CreditsHost…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 4: Death and Life: The Meaning of Yom Kippur According to the RabbisDescription: What is the link between afflicting one’s soul on Yom Kippur and the day being the ultimate Shabbat? What do the Rabbis think are basic human needs? Why is the value of preserving life taught in the laws of Yom Kippur? In this po…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 5: Yom Kippur: Hilchot TeshuvaDescription: In this special shiur for Yom Kippur, Rabbi Meir Schweiger discusses Hilchot Teshuva, the laws of Teshuva.CreditsHost: Meir Schweiger - Meir teaches Chumash, Parshat HaShavua, Mishna, Talmud, Halakha, Siddur and Interpersonal Relations at Pardes. To learn more with M…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 6: Yom Kippur: Insights on The Book of JonahDescription: Sefer Yona, the book of Jonah, is read at the Mincha service of Yom Kippur day. In this podcast, Rabbi Michael Hattin considers some ancient explanations for Yona’s reluctance to undertake his fateful mission to the people of Nineveh and what messages t…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 7: Yom Kippur: The Repentance of NinevehDescription: Sefer Yona, the book of Jonah, is read at the Mincha service of Yom Kippur day. In this podcast, Rabbi Alex Israel delves into repentance by examining the repentance of the city of Nineveh.CreditsHost: Alex Israel - Rabbi Alex Israel teaches Tanakh at Parde…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 8: Yom Kippur: Those who Believe in Sin, Please Stand UpDescription: In a class given at Pardes Jerusalem as part of the Community Education Program, Rabbi Zvi Hirschfield looks at why we fast on Yom Kippur. Fasting is one of the most widely kept Mitzvot, but what exactly are the reasons for it.CreditsHost: Z…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 9: Why do we fast on Yom KippurDescription: Rabbi Howard Markose discusses Yom Kippur looking at how we relate to sin in the 21st century.CreditsHost: Howard Markose - Howard Markose teaches Bible and Biblical Hebrew at Pardes. To learn more with Howard, click here.Producer: Amira Mintz-MorgenthauPodcast Edit…
 
Greatest Hits: The High HolidaysEpisode 10: Yom Kippur: Making it MeaningfulDescription: In this episode of Yom Kippur – Making it Meaningful podcast Rabbi Zvi Hirschfield is joined by PCJE faculty, Sefi Kraut, and PCJE’s Director of Digital Content, Reuven Margrett. Together they uncover the deeper meaning of Yom Kippur.CreditsHost: Zvi Hirschfiel…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 27: Shaul's Bitter EndPodcast Overview: In this final battle Shaul dies, but as the noble king of Israel. (Samuel I 31:1-13)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podcast to the next, preferably in a havruta learning…
 
This Rosh Hashanah podcast is sponsored by Ricki and David Bernstein in memory of Ricki’s parents,Beatrice and Murray Kirschblat z"l, each a sole survivor of large families which perished in the Shoah.Nitzavim/Rosh Hashana 5782 - One thing I have asked of HaShem...The spiritual practice of becoming at home with oneself and of sensing inner harmony,…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 26: David's TriumphPodcast Overview: Sent home by the Philistines, David and his men discover that Ziklag has been sacked by the Amalekites. How will David regroup? (Samuel I 29:1-30:31)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material …
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 25: Shaul and the Witch of En DorPodcast Overview: As the Philistines mass for battle, Shaul becomes desperate. God will not respond to his entreaties, so instead, he reaches out to the spirit of dead Shmuel. (Samuel I 28:1-25)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to in…
 
This podcast is sponsored by Jeff and Alissa Hurok in honor of our dear friends and family who have engaged with and enhanced Jeff’s Torah study.Ki Tavo 5781 - Inscribe the Words TodayIn this podcast, the manner in which Moses creates continuity between past, present and future as he prepares the nation for the time in which he will no longer be wi…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 24: David and Shaul's Final EncounterPodcast Overview: In an encounter very reminiscent of chapter 24, David and Shaul meet for a final time. Now, though, David will make it clear that Shaul has been manipulated by unscrupulous men. (Samuel I 26:1 - 27:12)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, l…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 23: Avigayil's InterventionPodcast Overview: David is saved from spilling blood through the heroic intervention of a wise woman - Avigayil. (Samuel I 25:1 - 44)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podcast to the ne…
 
Ki Tetze 5781 - Remember AmalekThis parasha presents us with seventy-four mitzvot - the most of any weekly reading. The last lines appear to be a return of a taste of narrative, but they open up for us a fundamental understanding of the book of Devarim. Here is a fresh look at the command to remember Amalek.Please let us know your comments and thou…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 22: Shaul in PursuitPodcast Overview: After Nov's overthrow, Saul continues to pursue David. David manages to stay one step ahead, until their meeting at the cave in Ein Gedi... (Samuel I 22:17 - 24:22)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the p…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 21: Achimelech and the Priests of NovPodcast Overview: David's flight takes him to Nov and to Philistine territory. Saul's rage will know no bounds. (Samuel I 21:1 - 22:16)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podca…
 
The learn how to register for the All in the Family event please visit www.pardes.org.il/pew.Shoftim 5781 - Access to the LawThis week we hear about the mandate to appoint magistrates and police "in all your gates". Why does the Law need to be local? Why does the Torah want every person to have access to courts of Justice? And yet, our parasha also…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 20: Jonathan and DavidPodcast Overview: Jonathan emerges as David's defender and true friend. In an ultimate act of altruism, he will put David's future ahead of his own. (Samuel I 20:1 - 42)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary mate…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 19: David in flight from ShaulPodcast Overview: David's triumph is short-lived as he is forced to flee Shaul's jealous wrath. (Samuel I 18:1 - 19:24)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material from one podcast to the next, prefera…
 
This podcast is sponsored by Rivka and Seth Weisberg, in honor of our teacher and friend David Richman, who led us to Pardes.Re'eh 5781 - Consuming MeatAs long as the people of Israel wandered in the wilderness, they were permitted to consume meat only in the form of a sacrificial meal. But what would happen once they entered the land and were no l…
 
The Book of Samuel IEpisode 18: David and GoliathPodcast Overview: In one of the most famous moments in the Hebrew Bible, David puts his trust in God and defeats the Philistine giant Goliath. (Samuel I 17:1 - 58)Download Source SheetA special note to the listener: In general, listeners are encouraged to independently prepare the primary material fr…
 
This podcast is sponsored by Emily Simon in honor of the loving memory of her father, Akiva Ben Zerach u'Devorah z"l.Ekev 5781 - Memory as a constructive processThe book of Devarim has a special relationship to the rest of the Torah, rooted in the faculty of memory. Memory is more than a passive revisiting of what was, it is also an active construc…
 
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