1.Kabbalah for Everyone
You have probably heard about Kabbalah either as a Hollywood phenomenon or something that is beyond the world that we live in. Kabbalah actually has incredible secrets that can transform your daily life. This is your chance to connect to this incredible ancient wisdom and change your life for the better. Cherished for his incredible warmth and non-judgmental personality, this hipster is not your typical rabbi. He is real, raw, unconventional and loved by thousands across the world. Rabbi Bernath has been teaching Kabbalah for over 15 years. He is also the author of three books, and continuously produces engaging content on his many social media & podcast platforms. As a professional voice-over artist, screen-writer and documentarian, he has been a part of dozens of productions, including the award winning CBC Documentary "Kosher Love".
2.Unpacking Israeli History
Go behind the scenes of Israeli history with self-confessed history nerd Noam Weissman. Each week, he offers a fresh perspective on some of the most controversial and interesting events in the country’s history. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about what Israel is all about -- from multiple angles and viewpoints -- this is the podcast for you.
Unorthodox is the universe’s leading Jewish podcast, hosted by Stephanie Butnick, Liel Leibovitz, and Joshua Malina. Each week we bring you News of the Jews, interesting guests—one Jewish and one gentile—and so much more.
4.History in the Bible
A guide to the history presented in the Bible, for people of all faiths and backgrounds, presented by an independent podcaster, and biblical studies buff. I explore the religion of ancient Israel, the beginnings of Christianity, then finally the evolution of the heirs of Abraham to the year 200. I discuss every single book in every Bible (there are more than you think!). Lightly garnished with a dash of drollery, a soupcon of scrutiny, and not one ounce of objectivity. Not one ounce! The main narrative will conclude in December 2023. Bonus episodes will continue indefinitely.
5.Daily Jewish Thought
Thoughts on spirituality, Kabbalah, Jewish thought, Judaism and Relationships. Rabbi Yisroel Bernath is the Senior Rabbi at Rohr Chabad of NDG and the Jewish Chaplain at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Cherished for his incredible warmth and non-judgmental personality, this hipster is not your typical rabbi. In 2012, Rabbi Bernath founded the smashing success JMatchmaking International, a network of Jewish dating sites. He has made 104 matches (that he knows of) to date! In addition to being a matchmaker and dating coach, Rabbi Bernath is also the author of three books, and continuously produces engaging content on his many social media & podcast platforms. As a professional voice-over artist, screen-writer, and actor, he has been a part of dozens of productions, including the hit CBC Documentary "Kosher Love".
6.Heretic in the House
America has a fascination with Hasidic Jews; they show up frequently in memoirs, in newspapers, and even on Netflix. But these popular depictions don’t tell the whole story; they just tell the story the public wants to hear. What they hide is a complicated dance between Orthodox Judaism and those who leave the community, and a web of stereotypes that trap Hassidim, rebels, and the public alike. In this limited four-part series, Professor Naomi Seidman takes us on a deeply moving journey with believers and heretics alike to uncover their hidden stories. Heretic in the House is a podcast from the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. It's written by Naomi Seidman and produced by M. Louis Gordon. David Zvi Kalman is our senior producer. It is mixed by Cory Choy at Silver Sound NYC with theme music from Luke Allen.
7.That's An Issue
In today's hectic world, there seem to be so many challenges along the path to an emotionally healthy lifestyle and satisfying relationships. In this show, listen in on conversation between Dr. Tara and Yoni Klestzick and some of the world's top mental health professionals to gain valuable insight and learn from their experiences to construct a healthy emotional framework for you and your loved ones.
8.Learning Likutei Sichos
Learn a sicha of the Rebbe from Likkutei Sichos with Rabbi Ari Shishler.
9.Finding My Religion, a Podcast
For some people, the thought of organized religion is enough to make their stomach crawl. On this podcast we will explore the many different ways people encounter spirituality. We'll talk about our own journeys and how we come to accept that there is more to this world than just us. We will talk to clergy, artists and those who are leading the revolution towards a more unified view of the universe.
Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations features interviews with thought-provoking rabbis, leaders and creators about the urgent issues faced by Jewish people today. As a part of Reconstructing Judaism’s multimedia Evolve project (http://evolve.reconstructingjudaism.org/), this podcast models respectful, sacred conversations about challenging topics.
11.Jewish Stories to Inspire: Motivational & Spiritual Stories Based on the Torah's Ethics, Values and Wisdom
A podcast dedicated to sharing inspirational Jewish stories that teach valuable and vital lessons from the Torah. Listeners will be moved by a daily story of spirituality. Featuring Jewish stories from the sages, the chassidic masters, and contemporary Jewish storytellers.
12.The Thirteen Petalled Rose
In this classic work, world-renowned scholar Adin Steinsaltz answers the major questions asked by modern Jews about the nature of existence in God's universe. The title The Thirteen Petalled Rose is taken from the opening of the classic Jewish text on mysticism, the Zohar, and refers to the "collective souls of the Jewish people," which scholars have likened to the fullness of a rose and its thirteen petals. In [The Thirteen Petalled Rose] one can encounter the classical Jewish mystical view of reality, delineated lucidly, concisely, profoundly and, what is so rare, believingly. It is an utterly authentic expression of Judaism yet so unknown even among the well-informed and therefore so necessary, so welcome." (Herbert Weiner, Oxford University) this podcast is broghut to you by Yeshivat Tekoa under the auspices of the Steinsaltz Center. for more information you can visit our website the Steinsaltz Center: https://www.steinsaltz-center.org/home/doc.aspx?mCatID=68371 Yeshivat teko: https://www.yeshivatekoa.org/ ©all rights resevred for The Stiensaltz Center, Rabbi Adin Stiensaltz and The Steinsaltz center.
13.Chazanus with Chaim Dubin
Chazanus / Torah Reading If you like this podcast, you can help fund it using this link: https://thechesedfund.com/cantorchaim/chazanustorah
14.So, what does Judaism say about...?
Join two rabbis at the University of Pennsylvania, one a Wharton Business School graduate, the other a yeshiva-trained master Talmudist, exploring Torah Judaism's perspective on just about everything in life.
✨ -Let’s OPOP some Rosé and Talk about it 💋🍧🍾 “The Frum Girls Podcast” 👑👑covering all things, beauty, boundaries, and take along on a car ride gal pal vibes. Follow us @spillthetwith_rd and feedback can be sent to email@example.com
16.The Jewish Hour
This unique podcast features unedited news from Israel, a topic interview, Jewish Music of all genre, insights culled from the Torah Portion of the week and Jewish Calendar and a Chasidic Story. For more information about Rabbi Herschel Finman, visit http://rabbifinman.com
17.Chassidus In-Depth with Rabbi Benzion Twerski
Text-based Chassidus shiur going through in-depth explanations of classic Chassidic works such as Divrei Chaim, Pri Haaretz, Tanya, Pri Tzadik and more.
18.Rabbi Yaron Reuven
Saving Souls by Bringing Them Back to HaShem and His Holy Torah through Inspiring Jewish teachings
19.2-Minute Lessons with Rabbi Shais Taub
Always have something ready to say at the Shabbos table or anywhere! Rabbi Shais Taub presents a hyper-condensed 2-minute dvar Torah for you to share with your family and friends.
20.The Tanakh Podcast
Study Tanakh with Rav Alex Israel. 5-10 mins. One chapter a day. 929 schedule.
21.Dead Sea Scrolls
Of all the parchments encompassing the ancient library known as the Dead Sea Scrolls, the text known as the Damascus Rule stands out as the quintessential rule book of the mysterious sect who composed them. What do we know about this secretive religious order, living in strict seclusion in the middle of the Judean desert? Who was the revered leader they looked to, how was the sect organized, and what were the conflicts they endured? This enthralling episode in the Dead Sea Scrolls series contains the riveting answers.
22.Torah Clarity with Rabbi Gruen
Do you ever encounter questions in interpersonal relationships that you wish you had someone to ask? Do you know anyone who does not? This podcast is all about attaining clarity in our journey through life. Using the Torah as our timeless guide, Rabbi Gruen tackles thorny relationship problems and resolves them in his pragmatic style. Rabbi Gruen has years of experience counseling couples in their marriages and helping parents with their children. He is also the author of a best-selling book on relationships. You can read more on his website; Lehair.org. This podcast is the result of his weekly Chinuch & Shalom Bayis shiurim, videos of which are viewable on Torahanytime.com. Weekly Yiddish shiurim can also be watched on Torahanytime.com.
23.Homeland: Ten Stories, One Israel
When a bus breaks down off an Israeli highway and leaves its passengers stranded, Emily, American journalism student, decides to put her skills to the test...much to the chagrin of her fellow travelers. As she eventually coaxes each person to share their story, Emily uncovers the rich and complex history that every Israeli holds. Each episode is a deep dive into a new character’s world; from Morocco to Russia, all paths lead to Israel in this narrative style pod.
What do we all have in common? We all live - and balance - complex and nuanced identities, that, when braided together, make us wholly ourselves - and “Wholly Jewish.” Join April Baskin, the Union for Reform Judaism’s former vice president for audacious hospitality, as she speaks with Jews of Color who share their experiences, insights, and how their identities enrich and create a more vibrant Jewish community.
25.Podcasts Archives - Jewish Sacred Aging
A forum for the Jewish Community with resources and texts that feature discussions on the implications of the revolution in longevity for Baby Boomers and their families.
Hebrew School is a game show podcast where kids play fun games to learn about all things Jewish! Season 3 features comedy by Joel Chasnoff, storytelling by Peninnah Schram, and songs by Lenny Solomon and our house band Shlock Rock. The Jewish Education Project has created accompanying games and activities for families, as well as resources for educators to use our podcast in the classroom. Want to be a contestant on Hebrew School? Visit tabletm.ag/hebrewschool to apply. Hebrew School is a production of Tablet Studios. Check out all our podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts.
Farbrengens of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Shlita
28.Pirkei Avot Series – DivineInformation.com – Torah and Science
Torah and Science
29.Jewish Business Insider
The podcast for Publishers, Advertisers, Agencies, or any one that wants to learn about business, advertising, or technology
30.Jewish History Nerds
Whoever said history was boring clearly never heard these stories…Welcome to Jewish History Nerds! Join hosts Yael and Schwab each week as they take a dive into some deep cuts of Jewish history. From the Jewish Da Vinci Code to mass suicide pacts, explore true stories that feel larger than life. Be in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
31.The Weekly Squeeze With Chanale
When Chanale is not making music and busy being a supermom of her Israeli kids she is diving deep into Jewish culture. If it’s happening in the Jewish world you’re gonna hear about it here first. Heavy on humor, light on sarcasm, always interesting, The Weekly Squeeze Podcast is served fresh twice a week and features some of the best guests and most exciting, thought provoking and entertaining conversations in the Jewish podcasting world.
32.The Tehillim Podcast
A new podcast for the study of Tehillim. The goal will be to study peshat, and to learn the proper reading of the text.Insights and comments could be sent to Jonathan@theparashapodcast.com They will be addressed during our daily classes to enhance the discussion.For Navi Classes, please visit:Spotify Link:https://open.spotify.com/show/48iHU4mP1cvgZOGFrC5Jys?si=o_r9qD_XT_yovHvuC9fJIAApple Podcasts:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-navi-podcast/id1549133051For parasha classes, please visit: TheParashaPodcast.comSpotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/show/45srXeZZgZKHAomOmpIkmh?si=Ao0Jr94xQOSpKxd8Rg7ZywApple Podcasts Link:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-parasha-podcast/id1525436805#Parsha #Navi #Torah #Bible #Wisdom #Psalms #Hebrew #David
33.It Is Taught Tanya Podcast
Daily Teachings from the Tanya by Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi (AKA “The Alter Rebbe”)In loving memory of Avraham Yitzchok ben Binyamin HaCohen Z”L
34.Jewish Faith & Jewish Facts
Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel, Steven Garten will explore aspects of the Jewish religion, people, and holidays, and give insight on the ancient scriptures from a Jewish perspective.
35.Tanya: The Kabbalah of You - with Rabbi Levi Dubov
The Tanya compacts four millennia of Jewish wisdom to answer the great personal and existential questions of life. It has revolutionized the way we think about G-d, the human soul, the world, and our place in it. Join Rabbi Levi Dubov for a powerful weekly class to explore the teachings of the Tanya. Taught at the Chabad Jewish Center of Bloomfield Hills. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rabbilevidubov/support
36.Inspiration for the Nation with Yaakov Langer
The world is made up of a lot of people. Follow this podcast for conversations with some of the most amazing individuals. We discuss how they face challenges, how they got to where they are now and what makes them tick.
37.Rambam - 3 Chapters a Day
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 one of the annual study cycles of these laws (3 chapters/day, 1 chapter/day, or Sefer Hamitzvot) is a way we can play a small but essential part in rebuilding the final Temple.
38.Chitas for Kids Audio
Listen to the daily Chitas!
Kosher Queers is a podcast with at least two Jews and generally more than three opinions! Each week Jaz and Lulav bring you queer takes on Torah.
40.In These Times with Rabbi Ammi Hirsch
Every other week, Rabbi Ammi Hirsch hosts intellectually honest conversations unpacking current events through the lens of Jewish wisdom. Unbound by politics and untethered by party lines, Ammi and his expert guests discuss everything from race and antisemitism to all the other issues that keep you up at night. Recorded from New York’s Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, a historic Reform congregation deeply rooted in liberalism, support for Israel and social justice.
41.Not Your Typical Podcast with Charlene Aminoff
There are so many podcasts out there. This show is a bit different. Tune in to hear about Charlene chit chat about family, Judaism, Hashem and life in general. This is not your typical podcast.
42.A Book Like No Other
A Book Like No Other (BLNO) is a podcast about approaching the Torah on its own terms to reveal the symmetry, beauty, and insight that can emerge from open learning without expectations. Come along each season for an in-depth learning journey with Aleph Beta Founder and Lead Scholar, Rabbi David Fohrman, a master close reader of Torah. Together, we'll unwrap the remarkable patterns and surprising connections that lie beneath the Torah's surface and truly make this a book like no other. A Book Like No Other is a project of Aleph Beta, a Torah media company dedicated to spreading the joy and love of meaningful Torah learning worldwide. For our full library of over 1,000 videos and podcasts, please visit www.alephbeta.org. Click here to sign up and receive more Aleph Beta content www.alephbeta.org/checkout/register
Pause™️ gives you the tools to slow down, be more present, and build mental habits that transform your life from the inside out.
44.The Shlomo Katz Project
Rabbi Shlomo Katz is the founder of The Shlomo Katz Project, a culmination of years of personal work and commitment to bringing the light of Torah into the lives of people in a real and meaningful way through music, teachings, trips, and more. The Project aims to provide an ever-expanding library of resources and experiential opportunities with the intention of building authentic relationships and forging closeness between individuals, communities, and HaShem.
45.Kabbalah & Physics
Rabbi Ginsburgh demonstrates how Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and String Theory use the language of science to describe the presence of G-d in the world, and how to use that knowledge in our lives.
46.Meaningful Conversations with Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Meaningful Conversations is a genuine, curious, and spontaneous exchange with guests from across the globe discussing how they and their work have brought meaning and purpose to the world. Listeners beware: this program may create a paradigm shift as stereotypes are dispelled, vulnerabilities spill through, and universal truths emerge.
47.The Great Sources with Rabbi Shnayor Burton
Lecture series in Jewish Philosophy. What was the purpose of Creation? What is man's place in the world? What are prophecy and prayer about? What is the significance of Shabbos and the Promised Land? Explore these fundamental questions of Judaism from their sources, and become familiar with the systems developed by the great Torah thinkers: R' Saadiah Gaon, R' Yehuda HaLevi, R' Bachya ibn Paquda, Rambam and the school of the Mekubalim. Opportunities for sponsorship of podcasts are available. Rabbi Burton can be reached at: email@example.com
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50.This Week Unpacked
In a world that is increasingly polarized, we invite you to break out of the echo chamber to hear what’s really going on. Each Tuesday, Rivky Stern, senior podcast producer for Unpacked, will unpack the most interesting, controversial news stories from Israel and the Jewish world.
51.Nice Jewish Girls
This podcast is not about Nice Jewish Girls. It’s about Jewish girls who are so much more than nice. It’s about journalists and authors, speechwriters and senators, prime ministers and rock stars. This podcast will redefine the way we see Jewish women—not as Jewish American Princesses, not as nags or klutzes, not as bossy or loud. As strong, as smart, as fearless. As Esthers, as Rachels, as Miriams. Every week, host Julia Jassey will be speaking to Jewish women who are breaking new ground and changing history.
52.The 5 Minutes With Jioffe Podcast
Pro-kindness podcast. Besides for the occasional rant. Strive for greatness. Be mindful. Help a brother and sister aht. And most importantly, pray to G-d. He’s there for you. I wish you well! Kol Tov🤟💙
53.Jewish Life Wisdom with Aron
I am passionate about the short bursts of wisdom we can discover in everyday events. It is fascinating to then discover how much wisdom is rooted in age old Jewish thought. Join in as we share wisdom that will enhance our lives...
54.Ask The Rabbi
What does a Rabbi know that Christians, Jews, Atheists, Agnostics, and anyone with curiosity, passion, and a sense of spirituality can learn? Welcome to Ask The Rabbi, I’m your host, Rabbi Leonid Feldman. My journey to Judaism is unique, as I grew up in a society where it was illegal to believe in God. I knew nothing of Passover or a Bar Mitzvah, never heard of Jesus or Christmas. I actually received an A in college in the course Scientific Atheism. Fast-forward to today, I am the only Conservative Rabbi from Russia. My curious route to my faith is what allows me to lecture, teach, and learn in a way that not only helps as a religious leader, but allows me to share in a way that helps me in being a better religious leader. So listen in as we explore Judaism from a totally different perspective, and discover how the Hebrew Bible remains extremely relevant to our lives and this time. The questions we will explore, and the answers we will provide - this is a podcast that will open minds, deepen faith, and provide lessons that are applicable to all of our struggles, challenges, and dilemmas. So join me on this journey to improve and even transform people’s lives, together. Follow the show now on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you enjoy your podcasts.
55.The Stoic Jew
My name is Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss. I am, first and foremost, an Orthodox Jew. My primary area of focus is the teachings of Shlomo ha'Melech (King Solomon) in Mishlei (Proverbs) and Koheles (Ecclesiastes). I also consider myself to be a student of the Stoic masters: Epictetus, Seneca, and Marcus Aurelius. Over the past two decades I have been exploring the relationship between Judaism and Stoicism - where they overlap, where they differ, and how they complement each other. This year I started a daily reading of Marcus Aurelius with an aim to explore these questions. I'll read a passage from Aurelius's Meditations and then muse (or meditate aloud) on my thoughts about what he said and what the Torah would have to say. As Seneca taught: "Each day acquire something that will fortify you against poverty, against death, indeed against other misfortunes as well; and after you have run over many thoughts, select one to be thoroughly digested that day" (Letter #2). If this podcast serves that purpose, then it will have been of value.
56.Parshah With Rabbi Gordon
These classes teach the day’s section of the weekly Torah portion. The lesson is taught using the original Hebrew text with the indispensable commentary of Rashi—both translated and elucidated so that anyone can follow along.
57.The Jews Next Dor
The Jews Next Dor is the Jewish parenting podcast focused on helping parents to raise passionate and committed Jews. In general, parenting can be challenging, and children don’t come with an operating manual. This challenge is magnified when adding our Jewish values of raising children to be passionate and committed about being Jewish, about developing a relationship with Hashem. As such, we will begin at the most basic level of parenting, and build on that, month after month, with weekly episodes, learning from leading experts of our dor, our generation, about raising the Jews of the next Dor
On this podcast we will be discussing all the foundational elements of Judaism and life. We will talk about how to define God, what is the purpose of the world, who gets to decide what is good and what is bad, the five categories of relationships and many more topics covering the basics of Judaism. With in-depth but easy-to-listen-to explanations this will add meaning and vitality to every moment of your day. Join us every Thursday on the journey of building strong Jewish foundations. Listen, enjoy, and share the link with those you care for. Have a question? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
59.Guided Jewish Meditations
This channel contains guided Jewish meditations for personal spiritual growth. What is the soul? How does consciousness connect you with the Creator of All, the Source of all of consciousness and life? How can spirituality help you deal with stress and anxiety, and help you live a more fulfilling life? This channel contains guided Jewish meditations that explore these and other questions. The meditations, which combine classic breathing and meditation techniques with the ancient Jewish wisdom of the Torah, vary in length from a few minutes to over an hour, and are inspired by the teachings of Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, זצ”ל.
60.Rabbi Mendel Shemtov
Project 613 is an opportunity to familiarize yourself with all 613 commandments of the Torah in under a year.
61.Soulful Jewish Living: Mindful Practices For Every Day
Overstressed, overworked, overstimulated? Close your eyes, take a deep breath and tune in. In each episode Rabbi Josh Feigelson will guide with ancient wisdom and modern mindfulness practices to help center your soul and ease you into your week. Soulful Jewish Living: Mindful Practices for Every Day is a production of Unpacked, a division of OpenDor Media, and the Institute for Jewish Spirituality.
Meaningful Judaismis a podcast dedicated to exploring why we do what we do in Jewish life, by diving deep into the Torah text. So many of our practices can feel like they’re just there; we go through the motions but they don’t feel especially meaningful. In this podcast, we search for that meaning. Each episode will take you on a journey, tackling questions such as “Why can’t we mix milk and meat?” and “What’s the meaning behind the laws of niddah?” Join our host, Imu Shalev, along with Rabbi Fohrman and Aleph Beta’s other wonderful scholars for this special journey. Meaningful Judaism is a project of Aleph Beta Labs. Aleph Beta is a Torah media company dedicated to spreading the joy and love of meaningful Torah learning worldwide. For our full library of over 1,000 videos and podcasts, please visit www.alephbeta.org. To support this podcast, subscribe to Aleph Beta.
63.The Voice of Breath
A podcast exploring authentic Jewish meditation techniques, featuring some of the world's best contemporary teachers of Jewish meditation, hosted by Noam Sendor
Authentic Jewish Mysticism, Kabbalah, and Chassidut from Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh shlit”a
Bringing you news live from Israel.
66.The God Squad with Rabbi Marc Gellman
We know way more about our differences than our similarities. That needs to change. The God Squad podcast is the latest from famed Rabbi Marc Gellman, who along with the late Father Tom Hartman made up "The God Squad." First, it a weekly newspaper column. Then it was a national cable TV show. Then it was regular appearances on ABC's Good Morning America. Now it's a podcast. A podcast you can believe in.
67.60 Second Sedra
A 60 second thought on the weekly Torah portion. These contemporary ideas will help you engage your family in lively debate and bring your table to life.
Concepts and tools to help people acquire a feeling of closeness to HaShem and Bitachon.
69.The Parsha Podcast - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe
The Parsha Podcast with Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe was started in 2016 with the goal of making the weekly Parsha accessible and useful. Every Sunday, the Parsha Podcast will feature an hour-long podcast outlining the story, narratives and major themes of that week’s Parsha and offer a selection of valuable and interesting insights from it. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, two more episodes that focuses on one idea, theme, or comment on the Parsha will be released. Please send comments or questions to email@example.com.
70.Messianic Audio Teachings
This feed offers Messianic Jewish audio teachings, including Torah commentaries and concepts in Messianic Judaism.
71.Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast
Jewish Ancestral Healing teacher and practitioner Taya Mâ Shere engages spiritual leaders, artists, activists and visionaries on their journeys of ancestral healing, embracing resilience, and ancestor reverence practices rooted in Jewish traditions and counter-oppressive devotion. May this offering be a portal of connection, that we may root in positive resource, remember ancient ways, reclaim and innovate new possibilities, and be deeply nourished by the well of our loving and wise ancestors.
72.Parshah Universal Torah
Parshah Universal Torah from the Chumash with Rod Bryant
73.Special Dates - Yoma Depagra's - with Rabbi Yossi Paltiel
Stories, thoughts and Fabrengens around special dates in the Jewish and Chassidic calendar
74.The Rebbe's Ma'amorim with Rabbi Yossi Paltiel
Learn all of the Rebbe's Ma'amorim with Rabbi Yossi Paltiel
SAPIR is a journal exploring the future of the American Jewish community and its intersection with cultural, social, and political issues. These podcasts are recordings of Zoom webinars we have held with our contributors (season numbers correlate with issue numbers). To find out more and join our next events live, visit www.sapirjournal.org.
76.The Jewish History Podcast - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe
Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe started The Jewish History Podcast in 2016 with the goal of making Jewish History interesting and accessible. Over the course of the years, episodes have covered the vast expanse of Jewish history, from Abraham to Moses and Joshua, to great Sages in modern times, to Israeli wars. Each episode is dedicated to either a theme of Jewish history, a great personality of Jewish history, an era of Jewish history, or a transcendent event of our people’s history. We learn about our people’s triumphs and high-points, and of course, our nadirs. The Chosen People have experienced an unprecedented 4,000 year story, and it is gloriously retold in The Jewish History Podcast. Please email any questions, comments, or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
77.Rabbi YYY Hecht on Rogatchover Gaon
Extraordinary Classes by world renowned Author & Lecturer in many aspects of Torah, HaGaon Harav YY Yehoshua Hecht of Melbourne Australia. With his amazing knowledge & talent of explaining a topic so clearly, Rabbi Hecht's latest works on the deepest concepts from the Rogatchover Gaon that a Torah Scholar surely appreciates, he brings down so eloquently for the layman to also enjoy. These classes bring a huge following weekly at the local Beis Chabad Ohel Devorah and now online. Thank you to Menchi Shneier for facilitating the recordings, & thank you to the kind class sponsors. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rabbi-mendy-hecht/support
78.Journey to Our Past
Beginning in 2017, Eshel Publications has been honored to host a summer trip through Jewish History. The trip is led by Rabbi Ahron Lopiansky, who speaks at each stop, and brings the world of our past to life in the very places where it happened.Eshel Publications is proud to present to you the recordings from these trips. You’ll feel like you were there as you hear Rav Aaron speaking at ancient shul, great yeshivos, holy kevarim, musuems, and monuments. Learn about the places where our ancestors lived and the places where they died.And of course, visit https://www.eshelpublications.com/trips.html to join our upcoming trips and get the full experience!
79.The Basics of Chassidus
The Basics of Chassidus A Comprehensive Anthology of Chabad Thought Volume 1: Chabad: Its Origins, Principles, and Purpose. By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Dubov and Rabbi Naftoli Hertz Pewzner. Narrated by Rabbi Nissan Dovid Dubov. Expect to gain clarity and perspective on the basis of what Chassidus Chabad is about. Core ideas such as Achdus Hashem, avodas Hashem, Dirah BeTachtonim, hafatzas hamaayanos, and the Rebbe and chassid relationship are all thoroughly treated. With detailed explanation and organized presentation.
80.The Motivation Congregation: A Jewish History & Parsha Podcast
Welcome to The Motivation Congregation, a daily Torah podcast featuring inspiring Mussar discourses based on the weekly Parsha. Each talk is tailor-made to galvanize and enlighten while igniting your spiritual journey. The podcast plunges into the depths of the weekly Torah portion, offering unique insights and wisdom to help you grow in your faith and understanding of Jewish tradition. New! Subscribe to our WhatsApp Status by texting "Greatness" to (757)-679-4497 and start your journey to greatness today. Welcome to the family!
Jewish education and inspiration courtesy of Rabbi Mark N. Wildes, Founder of the Manhattan Jewish Experience (MJE). Founded in 1998, MJE is a warm and open community where millennial men and women in their 20s/30s can explore Jewish life and meet new people.
82.Jew Talkin' To Me?
An unashamedly Jewish comedy chat show where all are welcome! Jew Talkin' To Me? is hosted by award winning comedians, Rachel Creeger and Philip Simon, and produced by Russell Balkind. Each show features two guests from the entertainment industry sharing their views on a variety of topics connected to modern Jewish life in a secular world, as well as their memories of growing up Jewish. Both Philip and Rachel are well known as Jewish comedians on both the mainstream and community circuit and our guest list includes stand-up comedians, presenters, broadcasters, journalists and writers who are Jewish, have some Jewish heritage, or a Jewish connection. Philip and Rachel have been collaborating for a few years, but who are we as individuals? Philip Simon WINNER of the Jewish Comedian of the Year 2015 WINNER of the Lastminute Comedy Comedian of the Year 2015 As a stand up Philip gigs throughout the UK, as well having performed as far flung places as America, Scandinavia, Europe, The Middle East and New Zealand. He is MC and curator of the Edinburgh Fringe's cult hit show Jew-O-Rama where Jewish and Jew”ish” acts perform to a mainly non-Jewish audience in packed out rooms each year. He is also resident compere at Borehamwood Comedy Club, works on panels shows including Mock the Week and Taskmaster and has been featured on BBC R2 and BBC 3CR, as well as acting in TV sitcoms such as My Family. Rachel Creeger WINNER Most Audience Recommended Show Camden Fringe 2012 WINNER Best Comedy Award Greater Manchester Fringe 2017 Rachel is the only practising orthodox Jewish woman on the UK comedy circuit and has attracted a big following outside of her community who are interested in a unique, accessible voice from an unlikely source. Her debut solo show ‘It’s No Job For A Nice Jewish Girl’ had a sell-out Edinburgh run in 2017, followed by tours of the UK and Israel. She's now meant to be touring her 5* show, ‘Hinayni! but, you know, the 'rona’. Rachel is the host of Central London's spectacular annual event Chanukah in the Square and resident MC of comedy club Upstairs at the Adam & Eve. As heard on BBC Radio London (regular guest) BBC R2, BBC Ouch and BBC 3CR. She is also an award winning director and critically acclaimed playwright. Subscribe and join us each week for brand new episodes. Keep up to date with all our news via our website www.jewtalkintome.com Follow us on social media: Facebook: @JewTalkin Twitter: @JewTalkin Instagram: @JewTalkin Get bonus content on the Jew Talkin' To Me? Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
83.Days in Chabad history - Rabbi Chaim Wolosow
History of Chabad based on the book Yemei Chabad
84.Harford Chabad - Klein Jewish Academy
Snippets from Torah classes which making ancient teachings of Judaism relevant in a modern world.. Recording are from classes that were taught at the Harford Chabad in Harford County (Bel Air) Maryland
85.Tanya, Chumash, Hayom Yom, Rambam,Shulchan Aruch & A Moshiach Thought
Daily Lessons in Tanya, (Chabad’s life manual) , Chumash (five books of Moses,) "Hayom Yom," (the Rebbes daily sayings,) Sefer Hamitzvot (Maimonides count of the 613 Mitzvot), Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, (Condensed Code of Jewish Law) & themes relating to Moshiach- from the teachings of our SagesVisit our website at chabadcamarillo.com for more info.
Jewsweek is an exciting new podcast focusing exclusively on the Jewish world and highlighting Jews making headlines. Jewsweek is a bi-monthly podcast hosted by Zvika Klein, an award-winning journalist and The Jerusalem Post's Jewish World Analyst, with extensive experience covering the Diaspora. Each episode features Klein interviewing Jewish leaders and delving into significant issues that impact Jews worldwide.
Welcome to J-TV Podcasts! We feature weekly segments on Jewish wisdom, Current Affairs and entertainment! Click "Subscribe" now to stay updated! Please consider supporting us so we can continue to grow - http://paypal.me/JTVChannel
Welcome to Jewish Magic, the go-to place when you don’t know where to go to find magic in Judaism. Michele Lefler of Living Moon Meditation is your Jewitch Extraordinaire, bringing several years and oodles of places of magical Jewish study to one central location to help you on your crafty path. Weekly episodes provide quick, bite-sized informational pieces on ancient, earth-based practices, the rise of Kabbalah, medieval rituals and amulets, and modern feminist practices. Follow her on Instagram @LivingMoonMeditation and join the Facebook Group, Love Notes from the Universe.
89.The Joy of Text: Where Real Sex Meets Jewish Law
A show about Judaism and sexuality with certified sex therapist Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus and Rabbi Dov LInzer, President and Rosh HaYeshiva of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah. Moderated by Sara Rozner Lawrence. Founded by Jewish Public Media. Produced by Billy Procida.
90.Down The Rabbi Hole
Deep dives into forgotten corners of Jewish culture and social, material, and intellectual history.
91.Park Avenue Synagogue Podcast
Hear sermons, conversations, and select programs from Rabbi Cosgrove and the entire Park Avenue Synagogue clergy team to help round out your day. Don’t forget to subscribe to get a notification for our next episode. Listen to live recorded sessions and feel like you’re there at PAS! Find more information at www.pasyn.org or follow us @parkavenuesyn.
92.Short Machshava On The Daf by Rabbi Yechezkel Hartman
A short Machshava on the Daf Yomi. Each Daf in Shas has Machshava depth to it, in some it's easy to find - the Agadata of the Shas, but in some it takes some research. Short Machshava shiur aims to discover, discuss in short, and attempt to give somewhat of an understanding of parts of the Machshava of each Daf. Given by Rabbi Yechezkel Hartman, a Talmid of Rabbi Moshe Shapiro zt"l. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yechezkel-hartman/support
93.The Forgotten Exodus
The world has overlooked an important episode in modern history: the 800,000 Jews who left or were driven from their homes in Arab nations and Iran in the mid-20th century to forge new lives for themselves and future generations. The Forgotten Exodus, a new limited podcast series brought to you by American Jewish Committee (AJC), explores the lessons we can learn from this pivotal moment of Jewish history. The series delves into the rich, yet little-known heritage of Jews from Arab nations, as some of those countries normalize relations with Israel, and the moving stories of courage, resilience, and reconciliation that illustrate how Jews in the Middle East and North Africa overcame tremendous challenges.
94.The Nissim Black Show
Join Nissim Black and his guests as they embark on a thought-provoking discussion about faith, culture, and personal growth. In partnership with TYH Nation, Season 1 of The Nissim Black Show includes fascinating guests like House of Lev, Aleeza Ben Shalom, Rabbi YY Jacobson, Uncle Moishy, and many more.
95.Ordinary People, Extraordinary Stories
Join Chana Weisberg as she interviews interesting guests with inspiring and enlightening stories.
96.Committing High Reason
Join scholar, international speaker, and author Rabbi Yaakov Shapiro for cutting-edge discourse on important issues such as morals, free will, religion, politics, mathematics, critical thinking, and science. Learn to recognize propaganda, and make more logical and better-informed decisions.
97.Study With Me: Zohar
Join me as we explore different topics from the Zohar (Kabbalah) elucidated by Great Chassidic masters. In this podcast series, we'll dive deep into the mystical world of Jewish mysticism and uncover the wisdom and insights of the Zohar. Each episode will focus on a specific theme or topic, with teachings and interpretations from some of the most renowned Chassidic masters. Through this journey, we'll discover the spiritual depth and relevance of the Zohar's teachings, and how they can apply to our daily lives. Whether you're new to the study of Kabbalah or a seasoned student, this podcast will offer valuable insights and inspiration. Don't forget to subscribe to our podcast for more. "With this Book we will go out of Exile". - Zohar, 124b, Ra'aya Meheimna
98.Voices of Women at Wartime
From battlefield to bomb shelter, from home front to hospital, from volunteer rosters to victims’ lists—women experience war in distinctive, gendered ways. These are their stories. These are their voices. Voices of Women at Wartime is an Israeli podcast that examines how women affect war and how war affects women. These are the unique perspectives and testimonies of women in their own words—a candid conversation that is sometimes hopeful, sometimes heartbreaking, and always essential as Israel navigates wartime. Hosted by Rachel Stomel and Rivkah Lubitch of the Center for Women’s Justice.
Sermons, talks, classes, and more from IKAR Rabbis and the IKAR community.
100.Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcast Collection
The Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts Collection gives you the opportunity to listen and enjoy to all the Torah & Insights from Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe in one feed. The The Parsha Podcast, Jewish History Podcast, The Mitzvah Podcast, This Jewish Life, TORAH 101 and The Ethics Podcast in one convenient place. Enjoy!