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The Parsha Podcast by 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. Towards the end of most weeks, a second episode that focuses on one idea, theme, or comment on the parsha will be released. Please send comments or questions to rab ...
 
In the late 1990s Rabbi Dunner presented his own daily 2-hour radio show on London’s multiethnic station, Spectrum Radio. Tens of thousands of listeners – Jews and non-Jews alike – tuned in every day to hear Rabbi Dunner’s take on current events. In 2011 Rabbi Dunner relocated to the US and became the senior Rabbi at Beverly Hills Synagogue. Weekly the Rabbi holds a parsha shiur that delves deeper into the Parsha of the week.
 
Is it permitted to play paintball? Does a child have to pay for kibud av v’aim?These and other timely topics were featured in our popular Bais HaVaad on the Parsha series. Now in its ninth year, this series has covered hundreds of topics since its inception, enriching the lives of listeners, as well as providing interesting discussions for the Shabbos table on the weekly parsha. of topics since its inception, enriching the lives of listeners.
 
Do you have questions about Judaism? The Thinking Jew Podcast discusses thought provoking insights on topics of Judaism and Torah. Join Rabbi Moshe as he explores the parsha, holidays, Jewish law and philosophy and you're sure to gain a deeper Torah perspective for the modern world. thethinkingjew.com For question, comments or future topic requests, email me at thethinkingjewpodcast@gmail.com
 
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Parsha Pearls

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Parsha Pearls

Rabbi Jonathan Altman

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Parsha Pearls - insights into the weekly parsha by Rabbi Jonathan Altman brought to you by the Beit Mordechai Campus Kollel This podcast is brought to you in loving memory of Joshua Yitzchak Swartz יהושע יצחק בן שאול ראובן הלוי May his Neshama have an Aliyah from these words of Torah
 
Parsha Themes is for inspired people like you who are looking for engaging and relevant parsha and moadim thoughts. Our weekly discussions focus on uplifting thoughts and actionable ideas that will upgrade your avodas Hashem and enhance your Shabbos and yom tov table. I’m your host Rabbi Yosef Tropper and it’s an honor to have you here with me today.
 
“We are raising a generation of young people who are very observant but not very religious.” (HaRav A. Feldman shlit”a) For many of us, young and old, the disconnect is palpable. We have access to vast amounts of Torah knowledge, and the technicalities of Mitzvah observance are easier than ever before. Yet there is a haunting sense of "been there, done that" and somehow we lack vision, and a sense of mission. These podcasts are designed to add a depth of understanding, a healthy does of real ...
 
Each day we learn the Chumash of the day, completing the Parsha each week. We do this with Rashi's insights, often with the Lubavitcher Rebbe's illuminating perspectives into Rashi's meaning, and other commentaries as well. Staying true to the literal - peshat of the words. Then we move on to the rest of Tanach where we study it with various commentaries Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rabbi-levi-avtzon/support
 
In this new parsha series, women scholars will deliver a weekly ten- to fifteen-minute shiur on the weekly parsha. Shiurim are geared toward learners of all levels. Five female scholars will deliver the weekly shiurim, sharing insights on the unfolding narratives. Visit the OU Women's Initiative to register for additional content!
 
Shnayim Mikra provides a verse-by-verse review of the parsha in seven weekly installments, corresponding to the seven aliyos. Insights and commentary are provided by master educators familiar from the OU's Nach Yomi, including Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Rabbi Menachen Leibtag, Rabbi Yitzchak Etshalom, Rabbi Dr. Gidon Rothstein, and others.
 
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The Shmuz

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The Shmuz

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Welcome to The Shmuz Podcast! Here’s your chance to infuse an inspiring dose of ruchnius, encouragement and positivity into your day. But don’t just stop here. Go to TheShmuz.com and gain access to hundreds of motivational Shmuzin that are guaranteed to accelerate your spiritual growth
 
We all need some powerful inspiration to fuel our Shabbos. What better place to find it than the Parsha itself? In Parsha POP we will explore 2 powerful takeaways from the Parsha every Thursday evening to uplift our weekend. These takeaways will be practical, inspirational, and ideas worth sharing at your Shabbos table.
 
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The curious phenomenon of Lot's wife turning into a pillar of salt is matched by the equally curious pair of blessings one is directed to say upon seeing that pillar. Intriguingly, the location of the pillar of salt is disputed -- but were we to know its location, why are there two blessings to say, not one? Rabbi Dunner presents a compelling answe…
 
For the third time in the Torah, we read about destruction. Previously, the Flood destroyed the world save Noah and family, and the Dispersal ended the universal civilization, and in our parsha we read about the overturning of Sodom and Gomorrah. The timing of Sodom’s destruction is really interesting. Our Sages said that it happened on Passover on…
 
Akeidas Yitzchak. An event that continues to shape the Jewish People, giving us endless zechuyos and molding our collective character for all time. What sets the Akeidah apart from, l’havdil, some of the death cults of our enemies? What was the purpose of the test? Why was Avraham’s response so mind blowing? And why is it not considered Yitzchak’s …
 
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