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Study the Torah portion in an interesting and engaging way. Each week Rabbi Micah Streiffer discusses the weekly parashah in about 7 to 10 minutes - weaving together philosophy, spirituality and tradition, and deriving meaning for today‘s life from our ancient texts. Longer episodes include a bonus interview with leading rabbis and Jewish thought leaders.
 
Getting Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky's shiurim (Torah classes) is easier than ever! This feed hosts Rabbi Orlofsky’s shiurim on the weekly parasha, pulled directly from rabbiorlofsky.com. Shiurim are added when they appear on the website. There’s no set schedule, but expect bursts of multiple shiurim every once in a while! Enjoy!
 
These 100 podcast episodes represent the archive versions of the complete 54 Parashat HaShavua (Weekly Torah Portions) as produced by Torah Teacher Ariel. You are encouraged to visit (www.GraftedIn.com/weekly-torah-portions) for information about new and upcoming versions of the Weekly Torah Portions. While you are there, we invite you to fill in your name and email address to subscribe to Ariel’s Weekly Messianic Newsletter to receive the written commentaries delivered to you by email, and ...
 
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Shlomo Katz is the founder and author of Hamaayan / The Torah Spring, a weekly compilation of Divrei Torah on the Parashah, Haftarah and Jewish holidays. First published in 5747/1987, Hamaayan was one of the earliest Torah publications on the Internet. Mr. Katz, who works professionally as a lawyer, teaches classes in Gemara, Halachah and Machshavah and oversees the Kemp Mill-White Oak Eruv in Silver Spring, Maryland.
 
Torah to the Tribes is not only a podcast covering the Bible, Biblical prophecy and current events but also hosts a broadcast and community center, as well as hosting the Three Annual Pilgrimage Feasts—Passover, Pentecost and the Feast of Tabernacles. Learn more at https://torahtothetribes.com
 
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Yitro is about the Torah portion about Mount Sinai. I am joined by Rabbi Oren Hayon to discuss the Ten Commandments, and why they represent a unique, dialogue-based framework for encountering God and encountering fellow human beings. We also reflect on the events in Colleyville, Texas, and the heroic acts of Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker.…
 
The 3 keys to a final Exodus are: 1. Passover and how we approach the master’s table 2. YHWH’s altar and His fiery judgement over the worlds system Know, to some were created for destruction and some for glory, it all depends on whether you are being abated and transformed in heart or left to be strengthened, buttressed in heart! 3. Finally, we all…
 
This is Torah Talk for the week of December 26th, 2021 Exodus 6:4 I also established My covenant with them, to give them the land of Canaan, the land in which they lived as sojourners [‏אֶ֥רֶץ מְגֻרֵיהֶ֖ם אֲשֶׁר־גָּ֥רוּ בָֽהּ]. In Hebrew, you can “live” using lots of different verbs. Translations often obscure the difference between settling […]…
 
- MOSHE – drawn from water, a bush and fire - The virgin birth - The tale of the sandals - The signature of יהוה vs the Live Life Claim to יהוה - the True Name of יהוה (clearing up the confusion) - The 3 promises YHWH made to Israel Download the 2021-2022 Eighth Edition Torah To The Tribes ParashahBy Matthew Nolan
 
The opening of the book is Exodus is the origin story of Moses...but it's also the story of the women in his life. In this episode I am joined by Rabbi Sally Priesand, North America's first woman rabbi, to discuss the women who make Moses's story possible - and to celebrate 50 years of women's rabbinical ordination.…
 
The "Melo ha-goyim" prophecy is being fulfilled in our hearing - the “fullness of the gentiles.” Ephraim’s seed later collected in the ten tribes of the northern kingdom is today producing the “fullness of the gentiles” as true biblical Israel - all twelve tribes scattered abroad are awakening out of slumber to their true identify! Download the 202…
 
How much distance is too far, how close is too close? How can we work on getting closer with Joseph (Moshiach Ben Joseph), is there too close? Can we get too close in our own imaginations with ideas about Joseph, can we get too close in our own doctrines and ideas about Joseph? The first time Judah came close it melted Joseph's reserves and his mer…
 
This is Torah Talk for the week of December 5th, 2021 Gen. 47:1 Then Joseph came … 2 And selecting a few of his brothers [וּמִקְצֵ֣ה אֶחָ֔יו לָקַ֖ח חֲמִשָּׁ֣ה אֲנָשִׁ֑ים], he presented them to Pharaoh. “A few” is literally five (it’s an Egyptian thing). But why does he select them from the end of his brothers? (That’s what קצה literally means.) […]…
 
A new podcast that helps busy families make quality time for learning the weekly parashah together. Every week, Miriam-Simma and her daughter, Adira, set aside some “Torah Time” for reading and talking about the weekly Torah portion. Now, you’re invited to learn along with them! “Torah Time” is designed for kids ages 6+ to listen to independently o…
 
VA YESHEV - The life of Joseph! Ben Joseph is the age old midrash, an ancient Jewish expectation that Israel’s Messiah will likely come in two appearances! First, as Messiah Ben Joseph of Ephraim based upon the record of Torah Parsha VA YESHEV and second as Messiah Ben David based upon 2nd Samuel 7:12 Download the 2021-2022 Eighth Edition Torah To …
 
Esau meets Jacob after 22 years. A distinction is made between Jacob’s trouble and the Great Tribulation. What happens when overwhelming terror seizes the world? Is that the sign of Jacobs trouble? Jeremiah 30:7 For that day is great, so that none is like it: it is even the time of Jacob’s Trouble. Download the 2021-2022 Eighth Edition Torah To The…
 
This is Torah Talk for the week of November 21st, 2021 Gen. 37:2 This, then, is the line [אֵ֣לֶּה ׀ תֹּלְד֣וֹת] of Jacob. What does תֹּלְד֣וֹת mean, and why does Rashi’s grandson wait until this verse to explain his methods? This week’s handout: 09 Vayeshev 5782 Learn Biblical Hebrew! Donate via Paypal! Click here for more links or to contact me.…
 
This is Torah Talk for the week of November 14th, 2021 Gen. 35:18 But as Rachel breathed her last—for she was dying—she named her baby Ben-oni [בֶּן־אוֹנִ֑י]; but his father called him Benjamin [בִנְיָמִֽין]. What do these names mean, and what does Benjamin’s name imply? This week’s handout: 08 Vayishlach 5782 Learn Biblical Hebrew! Donate via Payp…
 
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