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Yonit Levi of Channel 12 Israel and Jonathan Freedland of The Guardian are two Jews on the news. Each week on the podcast, Levi in Tel Aviv and Freedland in London give their take on developments in politics and life in Israel, the US, the UK and around the world. Since they’re Jews, you can expect to hear far more than two opinions at any given time.
 
Two Messianic Jewish graduate students think deeply about Messianic Jewish history and theology. We also engage with questions asked by other Jews, Hebrew Roots/One Law groups, and Christians. These questions include: Can you be Jewish and believe in Jesus? Are Gentiles obligated to keep kosher, Shabbat, and the feasts? Didn't Christianity replace Judaism? And many more! We hope to be thoughtful conversation partners with you as we explore these issues. Subscribe if you would like to join us!
 
Amanda invites YOU to her slumber party...except unlike the ones you attended in the '90s, this is a slumber party that actually includes sleep, for you, your children and the entire family!Each week Amanda will focus on a listener question or a unique guest that helps parents navigate their common sleep concerns for their babies and children. Amanda is a certified infant and child sleep specialist bringing her humorous, real and unique brand of sleep advice for the modern, busy, and active ...
 
"Jews Shmooze" is a podcast that features the most prolific and well known Jews. In each 15-30 minute episode, guests will speak about their profession and the experiences they've had along the way as well as their thoughts on current events.
 
Finally, a smart, funny, fast-moving podcast for Jews who love weed and for the people who love them! Join co-hosts Josh and Roy for cannabis strain reviews, headlines from around the Jewish and weed worlds, special guest interviews, and general, all-purpose laughter and curiosity. Check out the most recent 20 episodes for free, or become a Patreon Patron at any level and get access to the full back catalog. L'High'im!
 
2 Jews and 2 Black Dudes Review the Movies is the collaboration of comedian brothers Eric and Jeff Rosenthal of ItsTheReal and legendary rappers Styles P and Sheek Louch of The LOX. Each episode is a dynamic conversation between two sets of best friends who all grew up ten minutes from each other, but under completely different circumstances; the discussions - based around viewings of movies like Coco, Trading Places, You’ve Got Mail, Jurassic Park, etc - touch on deep, thoughtful and utterl ...
 
The relationship between Jews and Christians is critical to Jewish identity and self understanding since Jewish life has been both negatively and positively impacted by Christianity. This podcast explores this topic by looking into the past with the hope of forging a positive understanding in the future. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/juan-marcos-gutierrez0/support
 
Each week, colleagues and friends April Baskin and Tracie Guy-Decker, discuss and unpack race and racism from our Jewish perspectives. You'll find April and Tracie have a lot in common and some important differences: April is a multiracial, Askenazi Jewish woman of color and Tracie is a white, Ashkenazi Jewish woman. Join us on this journey as we move together toward racial justice.
 
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Jews Schmooze

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You know what they say: two Jews, three opinions? Well, right now it often feels the Jewish community’s nuances are being drowned out. Emotions are running high, and the Jewish world can feel both monolithic and polarised. It can make having open, honest conversations about antisemitism and Israel/Palestine tough for Jews and non-Jews alike. Jews Schmooze brings together progressive Jews with a range of outlooks who press pause on the rhetoric, to talk all things Jewish in the news(ish).
 
Antiquities of the Jews was a work published by the important Jewish historian Flavius Josephus about the year 93 or 94. Antiquities of the Jews is a history of the Jewish people, written in Greek for Josephus' gentile patrons. Beginning with the creation of Adam and Eve, it follows the events of the historical books of the Hebrew Bible, but sometimes omits or adds information. (Summary by Wikipedia) Volume 3 contains Books 11-15; it begins with the return of the Babylonian exiles under Cyru ...
 
This companion podcast to Dara Horn’s new book People Love Dead Jews takes listeners beyond the book to some of the strangest corners of Jewish history, exploring how the popular mania for dead Jews warps our understanding of both past and present. In this series, you’ll meet flamboyantly gay Civil War Jewish spies, Japanese “Jewish specialists” trying to build their own Jewish state, genius Victorian identical twins and genius Lubavitcher identical twins, American and Soviet Jewish moviemak ...
 
If you're fascinated by creativity in a Jewish context, join Elad Nehorai as he talks to some of the Jewish world's most fascinating creative Jews about their work, their lives, and their relationship to their religion. Rather than an interview format, these are freewheeling, intimate discussions about anything and everything. An official Hevria podcast. Our home is at http://hevria.com
 
The main thrust of this podcast is to shed light on a phenomenon that I’ve noticed over the course of the last decade or so. Very often I come across something in Jewish literature that is clearly an antecedent of some modern day cultural, legal or religious concept.The second will be counter-missionary claims. I think it’s very important that Jews know how to respond to missionary claims. I also hope this will strengthen non-Jews' respect for why Jews believe what we believe and not seeing ...
 
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These are true tales of grit and chutzpah, told by the iconic men and women who lived them. Hosted by breakout comedian Aaron Berg and produced by DIGA Studios in partnership with Maggievision Productions, Badass Jews is an interview series that mixes humor, pop culture and heritage like never before. All manner of ass-kickers - from business tycoons to Hollywood stars and Olympic athletes - get their moment in the spotlight. This is a show that subversively deconstructs stereotypes and clic ...
 
The Wars of the Jews (or The History of the Destruction of Jerusalem, or as it usually appears in modern English translations, The Jewish War – original title: Phlauiou Iôsêpou historia Ioudaïkou polemou pros Rhômaious bibliona) is a book written by the 1st century Jewish historian Josephus. It is a description of Jewish history from the capture of Jerusalem by the Seleucid ruler Antiochus IV Epiphanes in 164 BC to the fall and destruction of Jerusalem in the First Jewish-Roman War in AD 70. ...
 
There are a rainbow of perspectives that make up the LGBTQ+ frum experience, and the Queer Yid Podcast is here to explore them all. Be it growing up gay in a community that doesn't have language for those feelings, or embracing yiddishkeit years after coming out trans, our stories matter. So whether you're queer, questioning, or simply curious about our experiences - we invite you to listen and reflect on the narratives that our guests have to share. To send us your feedback or to contact us ...
 
Antiquities of the Jews was a work published by the important Jewish historian Flavius Josephus about the year 93 or 94. It is a history of the Jewish people, written in Greek for Josephus' gentile patrons. Beginning with the creation of Adam and Eve, it follows the events of the historical books of the Hebrew Bible, but sometimes omits or adds information.Volume 1 contains Books 1-5 and ends with the dedication of Samuel and death of Eli the priest.
 
Rabbi Louis Ginzberg was one of the outstanding Talmudists of the twentieth century. He was born on November 28, 1873, in Kovno, Lithuania; he died on November 11, 1953, in New York City. Ginzberg taught at the Jewish Theological seminary from 1903 to 1953. For 50 years, he trained two generations of Conservative Rabbis.The Legends of the Jews is an epic 7-volume compilation of traditional Jewish stories loosely related to the Bible. Volumes 1-4 contain the stories, while volumes 5-7 contain ...
 
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This is the first episode of our second season. We now turn our attention to the topic of anti-Judaism and anti-Semitism in Christianity. Most Christians would never consider themselves as holding anti-Semitic views. But anti-Semitic and anti-Jewish views often exist in latent form and in the most unexpected places. --- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
This week, I try to process the recent hostage situation at a synagogue in Texas, and the many Jewish hot takes that emerged on social media as the crisis was unfolding. They range from being about synagogue security and Jewish safety in America, to antisemitism and hinting that the rabbi being taken hostage deserved it because of his politics. The…
 
In this edition Yonit and Jonathan consider the 'deal of the century', in the light of the negotiations underway between former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the legal authorities in Israel for him to avoid a trial in exchange for lesser charges and being excluded from public office. They ask what it could mean for him, his party and the po…
 
A few weeks into 2022, April and Tracie share with us what they’ve learned about how to set intentions and their best practices for succeeding. Referencing the conversation they had in Episode 70, they chat about achieving goals versus implementing systems. They unpack some of the patterns around setting intentions and assumptions of our own enough…
 
To kick off 2022, the boys pack bowls of Duckzilla - a homemade cross between Ducksfoot and Vanilla Gorilla and rip into the headlines. Then, they wonder how Jews and Cannabis influenced the wizarding world of Harry Potter. Later, the boys dust off the old random number generator and dig into commandment #410 in the not so weekly segment, the 613 o…
 
For Episode 23 of 2J2BD, Eric, Jeff, Sheek, Styles and Jadakiss got together in Yonkers to discuss the 2021 American satirical science fiction black comedy/drama film written, produced, and directed by Adam McKay and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothée Chalamet, Ron Perlman, Ari…
 
Recently, we were sent a Times of Israel blog by its author, Rabbi Joel Hoffman, entitled, "Why Messianic Judaism is Fake." We thought this was a good opportunity to try our hand at doing a live reaction as we read it for the first time! There is much more that could have been said, and much that we could have said more clearly. Hopefully, it is ed…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Moshe Gersht has been on a spiritual journey most of his life. As a child in Los Angeles, his upbringing was filled with ancient as well as new age wisdom instilled in him by his parents. Finding success at an early age in a pop punk band, he soon had his first of several spiritual awakenings, and left the band to pursue a deeper…
 
We discuss the continuing story of the First Exile, the exile to Babylon. We will answer the following questions:Was the Land left Completely empty?Who was exiled?What changed about Judaism in Babylon?We refer both to the Biblical history, as recorded in the Bible and the Book of Ezekiel. We also refer to the archaeological record.This is a continu…
 
As the rabbi of two small communities, I interact with a wide range of individuals. While the communities are small, there are always visitors. Some are Christians or former Christians moving towards Judaism. Some are Jews who for various reasons embraced Christianity. Both types of individuals often include those with less than glowing views of th…
 
The Clementine Recognitions and the Clementine Homilies in particular embraced a very different Christology than that of emerging Christian Orthodoxy. The bifurcation of God has been argued to have reflected a more authentic and ancient Jewish approach to the question of Christology. The Recognitions and the Homilies reveal however that while "bini…
 
David Baddiel, the British writer, comedian, commentator, and author of the acclaimed polemic ‘Jews Don’t Count’ joins Yonit and Jonathan to talk about who gets to play Jewish figures on stage and screen, along with the complexities of identity amid discussions of antisemitism, Israel, and progressive politics. For chutzpah of the week Jonathan sou…
 
This week, I speak to Egyptian-Jewish and Filipina author Sarah Dayan Mueller about her latest book “Home In A Hundred Places.” The book tells the story of her father, who spied for Israel while in Egypt in the 1940s and early 50s, and is also a larger tale about building family and preserving Jewish memory. Say hello! Lev@tcjewfolk.com https://jew…
 
As MLK Day and Tu B'Shvat overlap this coming week, April and Tracie unpack the lessons we can learn from trees and their growth in our racial justice journeys. They get into the nuances and differences between treating the symptoms of oppression and injustice – often addressed through “service” – and diagnosing and healing the root causes. And, th…
 
The Clementine literature represents many intriguing perspectives on several key ideas that were contrary to the orthodoxy of Christianity in the third and fourth centuries. The Talmud records debates regarding Reshuyot, i.e., Two Powers in Heaven, and many of these occurrences may reflect the perspectives of groups that supported the messianic cla…
 
The Hebrew word of the year marks a good way to start 2022. Yonit and Jonathan discuss how Israel is losing its place as the trailblazer on COVID, allowing a more flexible policy on testing and policy of living alongside the pandemic. Benny Gantz is ruffling political feathers meeting with Arab leaders, including Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas, c…
 
It’s the first week of January and April and Tracie are thinking about resolutions. We delve into willpower, habits, and mindset, and discuss the role of American individualism in the culture of New Year’s Resolutions. Ultimately, we look for a better way to change our habits–and stop beating ourselves up with flawed systems. Check out our discussi…
 
To ring in the new year and to give the boys a week off, we are re-releasing the first episode of Wondering Jews. The boys will be back with a new episode later this month. On the first episode of Wondering Jews, Josh and Roy take a trip to Candy Land, get Ripped from the Headlines, and even dust a nug of Torah. Plus, our first guest! Rabbi Laura G…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Rabbi Yehoshua Fass is Co-Founder of Nefesh B’Nefesh, an organization that has revolutionized the Aliyah process for over 65,000 Western Olim, assisting them in moving to Israel by acting to remove financial, logistical, and professional obstacles. After receiving his rabbinic ordination, as well as degrees in biology and educati…
 
At the request of a listener, in this episode we briefly review something I mentioned previously but did not elaborate on. The Maharal's interpretation of Psalm 90 may provide us some sense of how the Clementine Literature derived its unique christology. The Maharal's view are interestingly similar to those of Philo of Alexandria. The Maharal's vie…
 
The Maharal, i.e., Rabbi Judah Loew of Prague, commented on Psalm 90 and the inclusion of the phrase "ish-Elohim". The Maharal's views are interesting and in many ways parallel the views of literature the Second Temple Judaism including the Wisdom of Sirach, the Testament of Moses, and the Exagoge of Ezekiel. This may help us understand the perspec…
 
It’s the last episode of 2021, so it’s also a good time for a new years overview of some of the big trends and stories in the Jewish world. It’s been yet another wild year of news keeping all of us exhausted, and this podcast busy with trying to cover it. So let’s chat about it. Say hello! Lev@tcjewfolk.com https://jewfolk-inc.creator-spring.com/ h…
 
In this week’s episode, April and Tracie talk about how questions around racial justice often come from a place of “stuckness,” keeping us from making real progress on racial justice. They discuss ways in which you can work through your questions to get past this stuckness. Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode: https://joy…
 
How did the Clementines Homilies and the Clementines Recognitions to a lesser extent, adopt very different christologies than emerging Christian orthodoxy of their day? The answer, besides possibly relying on a unique tradition dating back to previous centuries, may lie in their approach to texts addressing exalted figures in Second Temple literatu…
 
The Clementine Homilies adopted a Christology that was opposed to the emerging Christian orthodoxy of its day. Why did it adopt such a view? From the perspective of the author, they looked to a chain of tradition which ultimately dated back to the first century. Whether we accept this or not, an alternative should also be considered. Alternative un…
 
Outside Israel, the world is preparing for the festive holiday period. In Israel, meanwhile, this is just another work week. Yonit and Jonathan catch up to discuss what Christmas is like for jews around the world. We also discuss the fallout of Donald Trump's comments on the Jewish community we aired last week. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
In this week’s episode, Tracie and April discuss the phrase, “stay humble and keep going,” the final words of the podcast every week. They explore why they chose this simple phrase and what it means to them. Check out our discussion/reflection questions for this episode: https://joyousjustice.com/blog/jews-talk-racial-justice-ep-67 Find April and T…
 
The Clementine Homilies adopt a perspective that is radically different from emerging Christian orthodoxy. The Homilies focus on the role of the True Prophet as the primary role of the Messiah. His role is to properly interpret the Torah but it also to draw non-Jews to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. The Clementine Homilies rejects the perspe…
 
Rabbi Hanoch Teller has published 28 books to date that have sold over a quarter million copies worldwide, he's lectured in 25 countries across 5 continents, has a podcast called Teller From Jerusalem, is very involved at Yad Vashem, and is part of so much more. Hear about how he got started, how he does it, what goes on behind the scenes, the most…
 
By now, its clear that the Clementines do not embrace many of the critical points associated with traditional Christian theology. There are undoubtedly points of contact and in the case of the Clementine Recognitions a suprising acceptance of a key facet of Christian thought. Nevertheless, the Clementines differ sufficiently in yet another area for…
 
Despite his vague statements, Christian lyrics and brief conversion to evangelicalism, Bob Dylan is considered a Jew by most Jews. He had a bar mitzvah; his parents were involved in B'nai Brith and Hadassah; he went to Camp Herzl. He's performed in Tel Aviv and at a Chabad telethon. That's evidence enough for Jordan Foisy, a comedian and writer, wh…
 
To close out 2021, the boys pack bowls of Sundae Driver and rip into the headlines. Then, they turn back the clock and pick their favorite strains of the year. After that, the boys refresh their bowls, and start prognosticating about cannabis and Judaism trends in the new year. While you're reading this, help us grow the show! Check out our new $1/…
 
Despite the differences in the Clementine literature, they remain united on the validity of the Torah revealed to the Jewish people. Not only does this support the Torah's continuing importance for Jews and non-Jews who embraced this messianic movement. It also validates the continuation of Jewish identity. Hence the Homilies states, "As the we kno…
 
For Episode 22 of 2J2BD, Eric, Jeff, Sheek, Styles and Jadakiss got together in Yonkers to discuss the 2021 drama limited series True Story, starring Kevin Hart and currently streaming on Netflix. There's never been a review as fun as this - listen and let us know what you think! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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