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Judaism Unbound

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Judaism Unbound

Institute for the Next Jewish Future

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Listen in as Dan Libenson and Lex Rofeberg analyze pressing issues for 21st century American Judaism. Mixing their own analysis with interviews of leading thinkers, practitioners, and even "regular Jews," Dan and Lex look to push past the bounds of what it means to be Jewish in the 21st century. You can support Judaism Unbound at www.JudaismUnbound.com/donate.
 
Do you have unanswered questions about Judaism, sexuality and intimacy? Do you want your children to get a better sex education than you received, but lack the language or tools to provide it? Do you want to improve and enhance intimacy in your marriage, but aren’t sure how to go about it? Do you wonder about how Judaism views various aspects of sexuality? Do you have questions or issues that you would like to address – either in Jewish law or regarding sexuality – but there is no one you fe ...
 
I believe that the world we live in is understood through words. I believe the more words we have the more we can be in this world. I feel lucky to have inherited a 3,000-year old Jewish tradition of expressing the world in words, and try to be a bridge between the old texts and where people are at today.​​I don't have so many answers to the fundamental questions of existence. I don't try to convince people about anything. But I like learning, I like to facilitate Jewish discussions, I like ...
 
Historias con el Rab. Uri y Elo. Como surgió la idea de este Podcast? En el mes de Julio de 2018, Elo invitó un Shabat al mediodía al Rab Uri junto a su esposa e hijo a comer. Mientras transcurría el almuerzo el Rab Uri le propuso a Elo estudiar una vez por semana Tora solos, a lo cual Elo le respondió que le parecía muy egoista que de su clase solo él tenga provecho y le contestó que aceptaba con la condición de filmar las clases para subirlas a Youtube y plataformas digitales para que la m ...
 
Israel Seen is a labor of love and is a portal to the other side of Israel. We provide content from a wonderful array of innovative, interesting, and dynamic Israelis. Our content is rich in vision, compassion, education and understanding of the human condition. We probe the depths of our psyche, soul and physical presence seeking out the questions and answers necessary to make the world a better place to live. We share a variety of views and opinions on Israel and its relationship with the ...
 
Brutal Planet is a deeply Chassidic Lapid Judaism radio program heard on Yeshiva Radio and ranks #1 in all of Hebrew Roots radio. Christopher teaches Torah and Messiah Yeshua through the eyes of Chassidic premises and thought patterns with an emphasis on marriage covenant, edification, leadership, and servitude through a gentle correction.
 
A podcast series compiled from oral histories and produced as part of a digital exhibition exploring how Liberal Judaism has evolved since it was co-founded by British visionary Lily Montagu in 1902. This podcast series of oral histories is part of the exhibition: “Lily's Legacy - Voices and Visions of Liberal Judaism”, a project supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. It was produced by Miri Lawrence and Lucia Scazzocchio, narrated by Harry Hurst, sound editing and design by Lucia ...
 
Sadly, most of us are living with an elementary school level of Judaism. Many of us do not know what exactly being Jewish means or how Judaism impacts our lives on a daily basis. It is with this in mind that this series of short lectures on the Essentials of Judaism was created, using the primary Jewish prayer, the Shemoneh Esrei or Amidah as a guide.
 
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College of Judaism

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College of Judaism

Rabbi Nissim Wernick

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Yeshiva style Jewish learning mixed with modern secular classes. We will be offering Kabbalah, Torah, Talmud, Mitzvot, Jewish spiritual history, and Halacha. We also plan on bringing you a weekly Jewish news show. Thank you in advance for your patience as we get things up and running. Please sign up by sending an email as your enrollment. By enrolling in the College of Judaism, you will be signed up for class lists, study documents, and news letters.
 
Exploring Judaism with Rabbi Skobac Judaism can be a very busy religion. We do so many things in our observance. It's easy to get lost in the details & forget about the big picture. So what's Judaism really all about? What’s the ultimate goal of everything we do as Jews? Where's Judaism supposed to be taking us? This lecture analyzes the core spiritual foundation for the context for the menu of Judaism. This lecture's dedicated in memory of Herb Green, z”l, Chaim Moshe Ben Yitzchak, who died ...
 
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Bytes of Judaism

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Bytes of Judaism

Rabbi Yisroel Glick

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You have a soul and a purpose, and you were blessed with the gift of life. There is a special magic that happens when your life is aligned with your soul and purpose! With a summary of the weekly Torah portion and some #realtalk from deep beneath its surface, the Bytes of Judaism podcast is here to help you unlock your best life, know your WHY, and be everything you were born to be.
 
Conversion to Orthodox Judaism with Rabbi Yaron Reuven to give a lecture at your synagogue, home or office please call 917.468.2324. Yaron Reuven is based out of Boca Raton, Florida, but travels around the country to give lectures to different groups. Please join our Facebook group "Torah Lessons To Help Our Lives". This Group is solely about publicizing HaShem's holy Torah from my lectures as well as great Rabbi's such as Rabbi Efraim Kachlon, Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi, Rabbi Zamir Cohen, Rabbi ...
 
In 70CE the Romans destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem. Second Temple Judaism, whose worship consisted of animal sacrifice permitted by biblical command only at the Temple, would have to reinvent itself as Rabbinic Judaism. Contemporaneously, the authors of the New Testament Gospels were writing about the Jewish apocalyptic prophet whom they believed was the awaited messiah. For both the rabbis and the gospel writers, for both ancient Jews and ancient Christians, the central authoritative text ...
 
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Out of the Box Judaism Podcast

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Out of the Box Judaism Podcast

Out of the Box Judaism Podcast by Esther Goldenberg

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This podcast is for people who are interested in Out-of-the-Box Judaism -- whether Jewish or not. What does out of the box mean? Out-of-the-Box can mean… thinking outside the box. Many people have an impression or idea of what it means to be Jewish or what you have to do to be Jewish or what you have to believe to be Jewish. Out-of-the-Box can mean thinking outside the box of preconceived notions and creating the Jewish experience that is right for you. Out-of-the-Box can mean… being outside ...
 
José María Pérez Gay (Ciudad de México, 1944 - 2013) fue escritor, académico y diplomático. Se licenció en Ciencias y técnicas de la información en la Universidad Iberoamericana y fue doctor en Filosofía germana por la Universidad Libre de Berlín. Vivió más de diez años en Alemania y fue traductor de la obra de autores como Goethe, Thomas Mann, Franz Kafka, Karl Kraus, Hermann Broch, Walter Benjamin, Jurgen Habermas, Theodor W. Adorno, Elias Canetti y Hans Magnus Enzensberger, entre otros. D ...
 
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Chochmat Nashim set out to represent Orthodox life as it really is, but that doesn't come without controversy. Shoshanna and Anne reflect on this newly established resource, the challenge of representing Orthodoxy in photographs, and why it's valuable.Music: "Misery" by The WhipsBởi Jewish Coffee House
 
[WARNING: The second half of the podcast discusses the rape of Dinah and I share an account of sexual harrassment from recent congressional testimony.] If the early chapters of Genesis are about where we come from, the second half of Genesis is about the experiences that change us, that make us who we are as adults, not through our own achievements…
 
Parshat Vayeshev - Join Geoffrey Stern, Rabbi Adam Mintz and friends. Recorded on Clubhouse on November 25th as they explore how the story of Joseph and the patriarchal origins of the Exile to Egypt is interrupted by the story of Tamar and the matriarchal origins of redemption through the Davidic bloodline. They wonder whether we might re-read Gene…
 
Zack Bodner, CEO of The Oshman Family JCC and author of Why Do Jewish? A Manifesto for 21st Century Jewish Peoplehood, joins Dan and Lex for a conversation about his book. They also explore together what makes West-Coast Judaism distinctive, along with whether the digital world is itself a new kind of geographic "coast." If you're enjoying Judaism …
 
In this episode we look at attitudes and prejudices apparent in Christian writings mainly between the Second Jewish War and the Council of Nicaea. As we take a look at the key authors in particular, we will see a continued hardening of Christian attitudes towards Jews, an increasingly strident supersessionism, and the increasingly difficult theolog…
 
In past decades, being Orthodox and gay meant suffering in the closet, or choosing to live authentically at the expense of religion. Today, more LGBTQ individuals and couples wish to retain their religious identities while embracing their sexual orientation. Join Rabbi Scott Kahn and Talli Rosenbaum in a moving interview with Rachel Weinstein, Shim…
 
¿Qué es la "helenización? ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre Macabeo y Jashmoneo? ¿Cuánto duró y cuán independiente fue realmente la última dinastía judía en la Tierra de Israel? ¿Quién fue el "mejor" líder militar de aquella época? ¿Fue Judea en aquel período más importante que en los tiempos del Rey David? En un episodio apasionante lleno de detalles h…
 
Los primeros registros de la presencia de hebreos en la península ibérica se remontan al siglo VIII a.e.c. Luego desde los tiempos romanos en el siglo I.e.c la presencia de los judíos se acreciente en toda la zona y sin embargo su edad dorada no llegará hasta la conquista musulmana del siglo VIII. En un maravilloso episodio junto a Yuri Sasson, fun…
 
This is my God and I will anvehu (Exodus 15) While the simple meaning of anvehu is probably a vague sense of worship or exaltation, it's been used as the base for two important rabbinic teachings: having beautiful things, and acting like God. This shiur, in a sense, was an attempt to explore both of those teachings, look at the radical idea of 'Me'…
 
Jeremy Dauber, the author of American Comics: A History and Jewish Comedy: A Serious History, who serves as the Atran Professor of Yiddish Language, Literature and Culture at Columbia University, joins Dan and Lex for a conversation about these two books. If you're enjoying Judaism Unbound, please help us keep things going with a one-time or monthl…
 
parshat Vayishlach (genesis 32) Join Geoffrey Stern and Rabbi Adam Mintz recorded live on Clubhouse on November 18th 2021 as they discuss arguing with God in the Bible and later Rabbinic texts and Jewish Literature. Jacob’s name is changed to Israel which we are told means to struggle with Man and God. How do we live up to this name? Sefaria Source…
 
In this sermon -- playing on the Rabbinic commentary that the name of the Torah portion that mentions Sarah's death is called "The Life [or Lives] of Sarah" because we should celebrate the lives she lead rather than think of her death-- I discuss Dara Horn's new book People Love Dead Jews, which argues that the non-Jewish world loves books about An…
 
¿Puede un judío celebrar Halloween? ¿Qué dice el Talmud sobre celebrar fiestas de otras culturas? ¿Hay diferencia entre festividades con origen religioso y otras celebraciones civiles? ¿Qué diferencia hay entre Navidad y el día de Acción de gracias? Tomando como ejemplo Halloween junto al Rab. Guido Cohen indagamos sobre la relación de los judíos c…
 
This bonus episode of Judaism Unbound is presented in partnership with Theatre Dybbuk. Once a month, their podcast -- called The Dybbukast -- releases a new episode, and we are proud to feature their second season's first episode as a bonus episode here on Judaism Unbound's channel. In each episode, they bring poems, plays, and other creative texts…
 
Parshat Vayetzei - The Rabbis learn from the multiple use of the word MAKOM - Place in the story of Jacob's Ladder, that God is the Place of the World, but the World is not His Place. What can we learn from the Rabbis? Special "Guests" Baruch (Benedict) Spinoza and the Kotzker Rebbe Sefaria Source Sheet: www.sefaria.org/sheets/360797 Transcript on …
 
Dan and Lex celebrate the 3-century mark of podcast episodes. They consider the drastic growth of Jewish creativity and experimentation, all around the country and in the digital world, over the 6 years that Judaism Unbound has existed, and they ask what a recent New York Times magazine article can help us understand about the idea of "Jewish leade…
 
¿Qué relación tienen los judíos con el libro? En un apasionante episodio junto al investigador Alejandro Dujovne indagamos en la historia del "Pueblo del Libro" con sus libros "la patria portátil" desde la canonización del Texto Bíblico, hasta la puesta por escrito de la tradición oral, pasando por el layout del Talmud hasta libros en Yidish en una…
 
Recorded live on Clubhouse on November 4th from Tzofar in the Arava of the Negev Desert in Israel with Rabbi Adam Mintz in New York, we explore Yaakov's name and career path and struggle with his twice stolen blessing. We ask how parents could give a child a name such as "heel-sneak" or "heal grabber' and how Israel could emerge from such crooked t…
 
Julie Weitz, a performance artist whose work "uses humor and ritual to propose ethically-grounded and intersectional reconsiderations of pressing contemporary issues," joins Dan and Lex for a conversation exploring the legend of the Golem -- and how it might be relevant to our observance of the Sh'mitah year (the once-every-7-year sabbatical year, …
 
Las Mujeres del Muro (Nashot HaKotel) son un grupo de mujeres, provenientes de diversos movimientos judíos, que hace más de 30 años reclaman derechos igualitarios en uno de los sitios más sagrados para el judaísmo. Sin embargo su lucha en Israel es mucho más profunda y nos habla de la falta de pluralidad religiosa para vivir una vida judía plena en…
 
It hasn't been very long in human history (two or three generations) that we live our lives according to a clock rather than according to the processes of our lives (waking up, milking the cow, putting the hay in the barn, taking the goats for their grazing...). This has changed our relationship to God, to ourselves, and to each other. We judge our…
 
Musician and songwriter Ezra Furman, whose albums include Twelve Nudes (2019) and Transangelic Exodus (2018), and whose work serves as the soundtrack to the Netflix series Sex Education, joins Dan and Lex for a conversation about her spiritual journey, weaving the ancient with the new, breaking Judaism out of its "glass box," and more. Throughout, …
 
Parshat Chayei Sarah - Join Geoffrey Stern and Rabbi Adam Mintz recorded on Clubhouse on October 28th 2021 as they explore the Bible’s euphemism for death: “and he was gathered unto his people” as an opportunity to question our assumptions regarding the biblical view of the afterlife … with much appreciation to Jon D. Levenson. Resurrection and the…
 
The Discussion Continues on the Future of the Jewish People by three Israeli Visionaries. Part IIThis discussion was originally held in 2007 but is still very relevant today. During these intervening years Dr. Yitzhaq Hayut-Man, Moshe Dror, and Yoram Getzler have since passed.Menachem AlexenbergMel Alexenberg is an artist who creates artworks at th…
 
The more things stay the same, the more they change. Here's Shoshanna and Anne, on agunot and how to make get-refusal a thing of the past. From the Last Jew in Afghanistan to #FreeChava to the taboos we can create around our Shabbat tables.Music: "Misery" by The WhipsBởi Jewish Coffee House
 
The Torah seems to be against mixing distinct things: meat and milk, holy and profane, and even grafting one kind of tree onto another. But why? The laws of grafted trees are extreme: some say the trees should be uprooted, others say that all of humanity needs to keep this particular Jewish law. It's true that nature is great as it is, but we're al…
 
¿El pacto de los siete colores? ¿Enseñanzas judías para no judíos? ¿Mandamientos universales? En este apasionante episodio conversamos junto al Rab. Ariel Groisman sobre el movimiento Noajida, basados en los siete principios universales que según la tradición D-s le entregó a la humanidad. Conversamos sobre este fenómeno de no-judíos (gentiles) que…
 
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