Meaningful People

Meaningful Minute

Ben Shapiro | Outspoken With Conviction

Conservative columnist and podcaster Ben Shapiro is a best-selling author, syndicated columnist, and Harvard Law School graduate. He is a committed Orthodox Jew, an avid baseball fan, and a loving husband and father. He has become famous for his razor-sharp intellect and uncompromising political values. Ben is editor-in-chief of The Daily Wire and host of "The Ben Shapiro Show," the top conservative podcast in the nation. His work has been profiled in nearly every major American publication. ______________________________________________________ This episode is brought to you by Touro University! To learn more about how you can excel at Touro University, Visit _______________________________________________________ This episode is also brought to you by Bridge Credit Solutions! If you’re looking for a reputable credit repair company that can clean your credit within 6-60 days or your money back, Bridge Credit S


Tablet Magazine

Stage Hand: Ep. 322

This week on Unorthodox, bubbe or buh-bye? 

Our Jew of the Week is Zachary Noah Piser, the new star of Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen. He joins us to talk about his experience taking over the title role in the show—which ends its Broadway run this fall—and his Jewish-Asian identity. 

We hear from friend of the show Abigail Pogrebin about her new Tablet project, The Minyan, a series of roundtable discussions about the state of the Jewish community in America from a variety of perspectives. She shares a bit of audio from her first installment, a discussion with LGBTQ Jews. 

We also check in with former guest Jonathan Ornstein, director of the Krakow JCC, who tells us about the work they are doing to help Ukrainian refugees. 

We love to hear from you! Send us your emails and voice memos at, or leave a voicemail at our listener line: (914) 570-4869. Remember to tell us who you are and where you

Good Faith Effort


Matthew Potter - Prayer Entrepreneur Ep. 72

What will it take to build a dynamic future for our society? We talk a lot about infrastructure, manufacturing, supply chains, defense, biotech. But what about restoring a sense of mission, purpose, community and shared values? A truly bright future needs a new Great Awakening—it needs faith.
But how do we build that in the world of digital media and tech?
To unpack all this, Rabbi Ari brought on Matthew Potter, co-founder of, the #1 daily prayer app on the entire planet. They spoke about building out of tragedy; what differentiates faith from other group activities; how faith fits in Silicon Valley; single-player vs. multi-player prayer; what makes a company worth building; the future of faith in Gen Z; and much more!
Good Faith Effort is a production of Bnai Zion and SoulShop.

Inspiration for the Nation with Yaakov Langer

Living Lchaim

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.



1.06 Ancient Magic 8 Ball

Rabbi Shira and Joshua welcome ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt to the show, to discuss antisemitism in general, and Whoopi Goldberg’s comments on the Holocaust in particular. Also, we talk about what we’re wearing, who we’re wearing, and why we’re wearing. And…our hosts welcome their spouses to the show!

Episode Timecodes:

(05:40) Melissa Merwin (Joshua’s wife & costumer) Interview on the performative nature of wearing clothing

(29:41) Jonathan Greenblatt Interview

(45:57) Russell Shaw (Shira’s husband) defines the Hebrew & Yiddish terms used in the episode

(48:40) Rabbi’s Shira’s Guided Meditation

The Weekly Squeeze With Chanale


When Chanale is not making music and busy being a super mom of her Israeli kids she is diving deep into Jewish pop culture. If it’s happening in the Jewish music world you’re gonna hear about it here first. Chanale will keep you updated on all the comings and goings of Jewish “celebs” while she shares insider information about what’s going on in the professional lives of all the movers and shakers that keep the Jewish entertainment world turning round. Heavy on humor, light on sarcasm, always interesting, The Weekly Squeeze is served fresh once a week and will keep your Jewish kup in the know.

18Forty Podcast


Dr. Moshe Koppel: Halacha as a Language [Halacha 2/4]

In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Moshe Koppel, professor of computer science at Bar-Ilan University to discuss some of the ideas in his books Judaism Straight Up and Meta-Halakhah. We discuss how to conceptualize the halachic system and explore how Halacha's development can be seen through the prism of language and what that means for our halachic commitment today.How should halacha be legislated?What does it mean that halacha is like language?What can halacha as language teach us about the development and legislation of halacha?Tune in to hear this fascinating conversation about halacha's development.For more, visit begins at 26:58Dr. Moshe Koppel is a computer scientist, Talmud scholar, and political activist. Moshe is a professor of computer science at Bar-Ilan University, and a prolific author of academic articles and books on Jewish thought, computer science, economics, polit

Into the Verse - A Parsha Podcast

Aleph Beta

Into the Verse is dedicated to bringing you Torah that is timely and relevant to your life. Using the parsha and the Jewish calendar as inspiration, this podcast is filled with rich and uplifting insights based on analysis of the Hebrew text itself. Take a listen and enjoy! Into the Verse 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

Kosher Money

Living Lchaim

Financial Advisor to Millionaires Reveals Investing Strategies (with Naftali Horowitz)

Rabbi Naftali Horowitz advises millionaires and billionaires in the world of investing and he stopped into the Kosher Money studio again to share more insights with you. Enjoy!Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more awesome content! SPONSOR LINKSNeed a Mortgage? They're Great - Support Israel’s Neediest - STAMPS0:01 Intro1:48 Welcome Back2:05 Is The Stock Market Gambling?3:54 Should I Invest in Stocks? Index Funds?11:37 Disclaimer: These are Not Endorsements12:30 Smart People Pick Stocks This Way15:35 The Psychology of Investing17:54 Sponsor19:13 Do People Ask You for Stock Picks?22:40 Stock Picking at Start of Russian-Ukrainian War25:43 Controlling Emotions During Turbulent Times31:20 Behavioral Finance and Biases To Be Aware Of37:18 Meet Steve & More Biases48:55 Sponsor50:21 Berkshire Hathaw

That's An Issue

Living Lchaim

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.

Take One Daf Yomi

Tablet Magazine

Take One: Yevamot 109 and 110

Today’s Talmud pages, Yevamot 109 and 110, teach us that even a life of studying Torah non-stop is meaningless unless one also commits oneself to the mitzvot, or righteous deeds. Rabbi Mordechai Lightstone joins us to talk about Judaism's attitude to the relationship between body and soul, and explain why real sanctity is impossible unless it's embodied in deed as well as spirit. Why did the High Priest in the ancient Temple had to be married to serve in his exalted role? Listen and find out.
Like the show? Send us a note at Follow us on Twitter at @takeonedafyomi and join the conversation in the Take One Facebook group.
Take One is a Tablet Studios production. The show is hosted by Liel Leibovitz, and is produced and edited by Darone Ruskay and Quinn Waller. Our team also includes Stephanie Butnick, Josh Kross, Mark Oppenheimer, Sara Fredman Aeder, Robert Scaramuccia, and Tanya Singer. 
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Unpacking Israeli History


The Power Of...Love

Have you ever been heartbroken? How has love transformed you? Why is it so challenging to be vulnerable? In our final episode, Noam and Meir take a deep dive into relationships, loneliness, and their own love languages.   Meir Kay is a filmmaker, motivational speaker, author, and a social good activist best known for his social media content which has amassed over a billion views and impacting millions of people around the world.

The Tikvah Podcast

The Tikvah Fund

Yossi Shain on the Israeli Century

The reestablishment of Jewish sovereignty in the land of Israel changed the Jewish people, giving them a place to live in their historic home, if they wanted it. But what about the Jews who remained and remain in the Diaspora: did Israel change their condition, and, if so, how? Yossi Shain, a professor of political science at Tel Aviv University and a member of Knesset, is the author of the new book The Israeli Century: How the Zionist Revolution Changed History and Reinvented Judaism. In conversation here with Mosaic editor Jonathan Silver, he argues that Israel is now the most important point of reference in the consciousness of the Jewish people, no matter where they live Musical selections in this podcast are drawn from the Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, op. 31a, composed by Paul Ben-Haim and performed by the ARC Ensemble.

Judaism Unbound

Institute for the Next Jewish Future

Episode 331: Safety and Unsafety at Summer Camp - Rena Yehuda Newman, Julia Hegele

New Voices Magazine, a Jewish and justice-focused magazine by and for Jews ages 18-24, recently published an investigation -- written by Julia Hegele -- entitled "How Jewish Summer Camps Are Damaging LGBTQ+ Youth." The investigation, which you can read here, shines a light on the experiences of LGBTQ+ campers -- now LGBTQ+ camp alumni -- who have for decades faced exclusion, emotional conflict, pressure, and trauma at their Jewish summer camps. It includes voices from a wide range of Jewish camps -- different geographic regions, Jewish denominations, and affiliations -- and also offers up potential strategies for reparative work moving forward.In this episode of Judaism Unbound, Hegele -- along with New Voices' editor-in-chief, Rena Yehuda Newman -- join Dan and Lex to discuss this investigation.To access full shownotes for this episode, click here. If you're enjoying Judaism Unbound

The Jewish History Podcast - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe


Ep. 79: The History and Development of Oral Torah (Part 3: Roman Rule and Rabbinic Reconciliation)

The final century of the Second Temple and the one that followed its destruction were pivotal ones of Jewish history. It was an era replete with absolute Torah giants – Hillel the Elder, Rabban Yochanan Ben Zakkai, Rabban Gamliel of Yavneh and his colleagues, Rabbi Eliezer and Rabbi Yehoshua, Rabbi Akiva and his students, among […]

Unholy: Two Jews on the news


The Escape Artist - with special guest Jonathan Freedland!

This week's guest is someone Unholy listeners are quite familiar with - our very own co-host (and bestselling author) Jonathan Freedland! In this episode, Yonit gives him the tried and tested interviewee treatment as they discuss his new book, The Escape Artist, which details the all but unknown story of Rudolf Vrba. Vrba is one of only four Jews to escape Auschwitz, and is credited with publishing a detailed report on the atrocities being perpetrated behind barbed wire, a report which led to halting the deportations of Hungarian Jews, ultimately saving tens of thousands of lives.

In other matters - is an Unholy episode ever complete without Israeli political drama? We continue to follow the slow-motion train wreck that is the Bennett coalition - who might not hold on to the reigns long enough to greet President Joe Biden when he arrives in Israel in less than a month. Plus, these two prime ministers have

Rabbi Daniel Lapin's podcast

Rabbi Daniel Lapin

Rabbi Daniel Lapin, known world-wide as America's Rabbi, is a noted rabbinic scholar, best-selling author and host of the Rabbi Daniel Lapin podcast. He reveals how the world REALLY works and reminds us that the more things change, the more we need to depend upon those things that never change. Rabbi Daniel Lapin is one of America’s most eloquent speakers and his ability to extract life principles from the Bible and transmit them in an entertaining manner has brought countless numbers of Jews and Christians closer to their respective faiths.

The Office of Rabbi Sacks

Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

Fire: Holy and Unholy - Rabbi Sacks on Shemini, Covenant & Conversation

Welcome to Rabbi Sacks' commentary on the weekly Torah portion. This series of Covenant & Conversation essays examines the ethics we can derive from the Torah, week-by-week, parsha by parsha.

You can find the full written article on Shemini available to read, print, and share, by visiting:

For more articles, videos, and other material from Rabbi Sacks, please visit and follow @RabbiSacks.

The Rabbi Sacks Legacy Trust continues to share weekly inspiration from Rabbi Sacks. This piece was originally written and recorded by Rabbi Sacks in 2015.

Covenant & Conversation on Ethics is kindly supported by the Maurice Wohl Charitable Foundation in memory of Maurice and Vivienne Wohl z”l.

Behind the Bima

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

Special Guest - Saul Blinkoff, Animator

Our Guest: Saul ( began his career as an animator for the WALT DISNEY STUDIOS working on the hit films Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mulan, & Tarzan. He made his directorial debut with the hip action-adventure series Spy Groove for MTV. Shortly thereafter, he re-joined DISNEY, directing the films Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo & Kronk's New Groove- starring Eartha Kitt & David Spade. Notes: •IMBD Parent Guide can be helpful to find out how appropriate a movie is •VidAngel ( Skip or mute what you don’t want to see or hear with VidAngel. 00:00 - Intro 10:55 - Interview 1:22:54 - Outro Connect with Rabbi Efrem Goldberg: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Rabbi Efrem Goldberg: Rabbi, Boca Raton Synagogue (BRS). Rabbi Philip Moskowitz: Associate Rabbi, BRS. Rabbi Josh Broide:

The Parsha Podcast - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe


Ki Sisa – Counting and Duking the Nation & Annual Fundraiser (

Please support The Parsha Podcast and the annual TORCH fundraiser at Every donation will be TRIPLED Show your support for TORCH and the Parsha Podcast and donate to the annual fundraiser at – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – The […]


Shalom Hartman Institute

Jews, Gun Violence, and The Second Amendment

Jews in America are deeply affected by gun violence, sometimes as direct and specific targets and sometimes as other Americans who find themselves victims in the wrong place at the wrong time. Author Jay Michaelson, a regular contributor to New York, Rolling Stone, The Daily Beast, joins Yehuda Kurtzer to discuss, gun control, the Second Amendment and what it means for American Jews to participate in a political culture that cannot seem to make its citizens safe.

Jewish History Soundbites

Yehuda Geberer

From World War to Revolution: Iranian Jewry Part II

Iranian Jewry in the 20th century saw much upheaval. The rise of the Pahlavi dynasty brought much hope to the Persian Jewish community. Iran served as a center of some important events of World War II with the Anglo-Soviet invasion of the country, as host of the Teheran Conference, the exit of the Polish Anders Army through Iran and many Jewish refugees arriving there including the famous ‘Yaldei Teheran’. 

Another period of relative stability was interrupted towards the end of the 1970’s with the Revolution and the subsequent Iran-Iraq war. Much emigration occurred around this time. Rabbi Herman Neuberger and other activists engaged in the rescue of many Iranian Jews, and this sparked a renaissance of Iranian Jewish life in the United States. Many immigrated to Israel as well. Rabbi Neuberger arranged their attendance of Ner Israel - tuition free - and many emerged as leaders of the Iranian Jewish community.

For Heaven's Sake

Shalom Hartman Institute

Thoughtful debate elevates us all. In For Heaven’s Sake, Donniel Hartman, Yossi Klein Halevi, and Elana Stein Hain revive the Jewish art of constructive discussion on topics related to political and social trends in Israel, Israel-Diaspora relations, and the collective consciousness of being Jewish.


Sinai Temple Events

Shalom! Listen to guest speakers, special programs, and more from Sinai Temple, Los Angeles' largest conservative synagogue.

People of the Pod

American Jewish Committee (AJC)

AJC CEO David Harris on Putin, Babyn Yar, and “Denazification"

American Jewish Committee CEO David Harris joins us to discuss the tragedy unfolding in Ukraine. Harris takes on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s claim about the need to “denazify” Ukraine, shares what everyone, especially the Jewish community, needs to know about Babyn Yar, Ukraine’s Holocaust memorial which was partially damaged by Russian forces, and issues a warning that Putin’s tactics are drawn from Hitler’s playbook. Then, Manya Brachear Pashman sits down with AJC Philadelphia Director Marcia Bronstein to talk about her personal connection to Ukraine and the rallies she has attended in support of the country over the past week. ____ Episode Lineup: (0:41) David Harris (19:02) Manya Brachear Pashman and Marcia Bronstein ____ Show Notes: AJC’s Emergency #StandWithUkraine Fund Urge Congress to stand with Ukraine Listen to our latest episode: Live from Kyiv: The Future of Ukraine and its Large Jewish

Human & Holy

Tonia Chazanow

Jewish Femininity with Elana Kornfeld, Rochel Deitsch, Chayale Tzukernik, and Rochel Flikshtein

What is Jewish femininity? What does it mean to be leaders of our homes, and of the world? This episode explores these questions in a live panel hosted for the Young Women's Kinus. Rochel Flikshtein, Chayale Tzukernik, Rochel Deitsch, and Elana Kornfeld share how they each experience their Jewish femininity and power. || To become a paying subscriber of the podcast, please visit To sponsor an episode, please email us at

Modern Jewish Girl

Jenna Maio

Soulmate Clarity with Aleeza Ben Shalom

Jenna speaks with Aleeza Ben Shalom about achieving soulmate clarity. Aleeza explains the concept of a soulmate from a Jewish perspective and shares guidance on how to actually find your soulmate. A bit more about Aleeza: Aleeza Ben Shalom is a professional dating coach, sought-after speaker, expert, author, and founder of the company Marriage Minded Mentor. Aleeza and her team guide singles through the steps to become engaged—regardless of age, affiliation, or stage in life (they work with everyone- Jewish or not). Aleeza's relationship advice has appeared in many places, from the BBC World News, to NPR to She trains dating coaches and matchmakers and has helped hundreds of singles manifest their soulmate. Aleeza is a dedicated wife and loving mother of 5 children, now living in Israel. Click here for all things Modern Jewish GirlReferences:Marriage Minded Mentor

Daily Chumash with Rashi (Audio) - by Yehoshua B. Gordon Yehoshua B. Gordon

Rabbi Gordon - Shemini: 3rd Portion

Not Your Typical Podcast with Charlene Aminoff

Living Lchaim

3. Jewish Marriage Do's & Dont's (with Jonathan Aminoff)

We know so much about Charlene Aminoff. But how much do we know about her husband, Jonathan Aminoff?   Listen in on some of their favorite stories and their words of wisdom on what it means to build a bayis neman b'yisroel (a Jewish home)   Find out more about the top Jewish Kosher Supermarket: Aron's Kissena Farms.   In memory of: Miriam Sarah bas R' Yaakov Moshe Lchaim   Lchaim   Watch this episode here:

Derher for Kids

A Chassidisher Derher

Welcome to Derher for Kids! Sit back and relax as we experience life with the Rebbe in 770, stories of Chassidim, and see how the Rebbe continues to find a way to connect to us and help every yid.

Jew Oughta Know

Jason Harris

From ancient history to current events, take yourself on a journey through the story of the Jewish People, from someone who has led hundreds of Jewish young professionals on trips throughout Israel. From the beginning of creation to modern Israel, each short episode is geared to appeal both to someone looking for the Jewish 101, as well as to those looking to go a bit beyond the basic story they already know. Check out the website at Enjoy!

Seven Minute Torah

Rabbi Micah Streiffer

Ki Tisa: Judaism is Not (Just) For Kids

This week's Torah portion speaks about a census in the wilderness. We'll explore why they only counted the Israelites from age 20 and up, and what it has to do with our own Judaism.

This Jewish Life - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe


Six Questions for Shavuos

The Festival of Shavuos marks the anniversary of the greatest event in all of human history: the Revelation at Sinai. This momentous event never happened before history and was never replicated. God spoke to an entire nation. They heard His voice and lived to tell the tale. In our liturgy, this festival is known as […]

Daf Yomi for Women - Hadran

Michelle Cohen Farber

Yevamot 108 - June 23, 24 Sivan

Presentation in PDF format What is the text that they put in a mi'un document? Why was the original text shortened? The refusal of a minor can be done in many different ways - even if the girls somehow indicates that she is not interested in being married to him, without saying it directly, she is free from her marriage. several different examples of this are brought. According to Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira if she went ahead and married someone else, that would be an indication that she did mi'un. What about betrothal to another? Do the rabbis disagree with him? Would Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira permit this kind of 'weak' refusal only if she was betrothed to the first husband or even if she was married to him? The Gemara raises all these questions. In the end, they rule like Rabbi Yehuda ben Beteira even in the case where she was married to the first husband. Rabbi Eliezer doesn't consider marriage to the first husband valid at all, however, he do

Deep Meaningful Conversations

Meaningful Minute

S2 Ep.2 | Creative Frum Women

In this episode of Deep Meaningful Conversations, we talk all about utilizing our creativity as frum women. We all have creative streaks that express themselves in different ways, but the key is how we make sure we’re expressing our creativity in the context of our lives so we feel whole as human beings. In this episode, we speak with two creative frum women, Bracha Goetz and Devora Rhodes. Bracha has written 40 children’s books as well as a memoir for adults about overcoming food addictions and becoming observant. Devorah is a talented painter who has her own art business, Devora Rhodes Collection. By the end of today’s episode, we hope you will have gotten a glimpse into the blessings and challenges of being a creative in the frum world, and maybe even a spark of inspiration to pursue your own creative endeavors.We’d love to hear from you. You can find us on social media, or email us at Show Notes:Bracha

The Pursuit of Awesome with Charlie Harary


Making Our Goals Valuable

In a world where spirituality is hard to find, we settle for chasing materialistic entities that we put our desires into. But how can we make our goals valuable enough to achieve meaning?

Go to and sign up for our newsletter for more motivation and inspiration. 


IKAR Podcasts


BEST BOOK EVER In the Face of it All - Parshat Ki Tisa

Moses has just come back down from speaking with God. And he's glowing.

The Q & A with Rabbi Breitowitz Podcast

Rabbi Dr Yitzchak Breitowitz

R' Yishmael’s 13 Middos of Interpretation- 1

Video available here Would you like to sponsor an episode? A series? We'd love to hear from you : Visit us @    Produced by: Cedar Media Studios

Rebbe Letters

Rabbi Shais Taub

Experience the wisdom and compassion of the Rebbe's personal correspondences with real people as they navigate the challenges of life.

Adventures with Dead Jews

Tablet Magazine

Bonus Jews

Dara gets us in the Halloween spirit with a reading of “The Dead Town” by Yiddish writer I.L. Peretz. (Translated by Helen Frank and Hillel Halkin, abridged and adapted by Dara Horn.)

Your Jewish Life Your Way with Karen Cinnamon

Karen Cinnamon

Living Your Most Authentic Jewish Life with Tony Westbrook (@frumjewishblackboy)

“Why be a second-rate version of someone else when you can be a first-rate version of yourself?” That’s just one of the brilliant soundbites from Karen’s conversation with Tony Westbrook, aka @frumjewishblackboy. Tony is so full of enthusiasm for joyful, non-judgmental Judaism, and his discussion with Karen about what it’s like being an Orthodox queer Black Jewish person, how he lives his most authentic Jewish life, and why the only constant in Judaism is change is one you won’t want to miss.   You’ll find out:   - How Tony became an accidental TikTok star - What the next generation of Jews are looking for in communal life - Why the butts-in-seats model of Jewish communal engagement is out of date  - How he uses social media as a way to channel his lighthearted side despite spending most of his time dealing with serious Jewish communal issues on the job - Why it’s important to brin

Pardes from Jerusalem

Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

Crises & Kings Episode 39: David’s Exile from Jerusalem

The Book of Samuel II
Episode 39: David’s Exile from Jerusalem
Podcast Overview: Avshalom rebels against his father David and the kingdom threatens to unravel. (Samuel II 15:1-37)
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Torah Time

Hadar Institute

Every week, Miriam-Simma and Adira set aside quality time for learning the weekly parashah together. They call it “Torah Time” -- and you’re invited to learn along with them!

The Rabbi Manis Friedman Podcast

Rabbi Manis Friedman

Why Does Elijah The Prophet Come To You?

Get access to weekly conversations with Rabbi Friedman: See for privacy and opt-out information.

TORAH 101 - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe


#55: The Transposition of the Soul

How did the soul end up here? What transpired to the soul before it got here? These are fascinating questions that on the surface seem to be quite theoretical. What difference does studying the history and the backstory of the Soul make for us who are already living? A lot, it turns out. By understanding […]

Living with Emunah

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

Part 140: Because You Gotta Have Faith

Daily Tanya (Audio) - by Yehoshua B. Gordon Yehoshua B. Gordon

Tanya: Chapter 30 - Part 1

Shaar HaBitachon- SoulWords

Rabbi Shais Taub

Shaar HaBitachon: Lesson 1

In this first lesson, we begin to study the author's preface to his work and examine the definition of trust as well as the difference between trust and belief. Among the points discussed is that by choosing to believe in a ‘caretaker’ other than G-d, we cause ourselves to feel like we are actually dependent […]

Daily Jewish Thought (Rabbi Yisroel Bernath)

Parshat Pekudei | The Journeys of our Lives

Rabbi Yisroel Bernath, named “La Rabbin de Lamour” by the La Presse daily and “Montreal’s Hipster Rabbi” by VICELAND’s Matty Matheson, is director at Chabad of NDG and the Jewish Chaplain at Concordia University in Montreal.  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 several dozen matches 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".Contact Rabbi Bernath via http://www.theloverabbi.comDonate and support Rabbi Bernath’s work

Jewish Wisdom - Only The Good Stuff -

David Greenberg

The 7 Wonders of Jewish History

Rabbi Moty Berger

The Book of Life: Weekly Wisdom with Ruchi Koval


How to Face Hate

Fight antisemitism with this threefold strategy rooted in Jewish wisdom. Ruchi Koval shows us how.

Israel Story

Israel Story

What Stories Do For Me

Have a say in what stories we produce next! See for privacy and opt-out information.

In These Times with Rabbi Ammi Hirsch

Stephen Wise Free Synagogue

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.

Torah Means Teacher: Lessons from the First Five Books of the Bible: Dr. Nahum Roman Footnick ~ Inspired by Dennis Prager and

Dr. Nahum Roman Footnick, Philosopher and Seeker of Truth, Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding

TMT 201 Genesis 9:1 – 9:17

Genesis 9 1And God blessed Noah and his sons and said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth. 2The fear and dread of you will fall on every living creature on the earth, every bird of the air, every creature that crawls on the ground, and all the fish of the sea. […]

5-Minute Daf Yomi with Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld

Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld

Yevamos 103: The Snake’s Poison

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Daf Yomi Shiur by Rabbi Shalom Rosner

Chagiga 8

Ten Minute Halacha

Rabbi Aryeh Lebowitz

Should We Buy a Tree in Israel for Shemitah

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The Spirit of the Song

Living Lchaim

Inside 'Gam Ki Eilech' by Meir Levine of Waterbury

Composed by Meir Levine, Waterbury Yeshiva Fitting the right words into a song can be a difficult feat, especially when you have powerful words like Gam Ki Eilech. But Meir Levine of Waterbury wrote a song at a time of fear that shines a light on how Hakadosh Baruch Hu is with us even in the darkest times.   The depth of this song actually comes from its simplicity. Take this song with you and listen to it in good times and dark ones.   Lchaim.   Lyrics: גם כי אלך בגיא צלמות, לא אירא רע כי אתה עמדי, שבטך ומשענתך המה ינחמני.   Translation: Though I walk in the valley overshadowed by death, I will fear no evil, for You are with me. Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.

The Future of Jewish

JOOL – The Future of Jewish

Join host Joshua Hoffman, author of the book "The Future of Jewish," as he interviews guests about the future of Judaism, Jewish life, Jewish Peoplehood, and Israel.

Two Cents

Meaningful Minute

S2 Ep.6 - There's Nothing Like Shabbos

In this week’s episode of the Two Cents Podcast, R' Ari and R' Yossi Bensoussan discuss how to connect to Hashem through the genius halachos of Shabbos, ‘Pajama Shabbos’, why Shabbos is the gift that keeps on giving, & the difference between Friday night and day meal guestsThis podcast is sponsored in part by Yad L'achim. Help them continue their life saving work by visiting Saveaworld.orgTwo Cents Podcast is powered by Meaningful Minute

Gedolei Torah

Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky


Visit for more shiurim, live shiurim, seforim and more.For questions, comments, or for sponsorship opportunities email us at 

Off the Pulpit with Rabbi David Wolpe

Sinai Temple

Naso - I did it and I'm sorry.

Rabbi David Wolpe's weekly sermon from 6/11 for Parashat Naso.

MyLife: Chassidus Applied

Rabbi Simon Jacobson

Ep. 405: Is It Appropriate for Schools to Have Their Children Solicit Their Families for a Fundraising Campaign?

Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics:

Chassidus Applied to Post ShavuosHow do we maintain inspiration after the initial spark dissipates?
If G-d gave every Jew the Torah for free, why are yeshiva tuitions so expensive?
What positive changes can I expect now that I have finally counted Sefira all 49 days with a brocha?
What do we learn from the seven days of tashlumin?

Chassidus Applied to BehaalotechaWhat do we learn from lighting the Menorah in a way that the “flames rise on their own”?
Why were the Levites commanded to shave off all their hair? How about their beards?
Why did the Jews complain about the manna – the perfect food?
Who were Eldad and Medad?
Why was Miriam punished for criticizing Moshe?
Is there a connection between Miriam waiting seven days and the mikveh?



Reconstructing Judaism

S4 Ep. 6: Being an Ally with Empathy, Humility and Courage

There’s an increasing focus in popular discourse on allyship, particularly when it comes to people of color and other marginalized groups. What does it mean to be an ally, both to individuals and to groups? How can one begin to do that work in a way that is meaningful and is about helping others and not about assisting one’s ego or placing oneself at the center of the story? In this episode, Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D. and Rabbi Sandra Lawson – longtime friends and now colleagues – discuss these questions using examples from their own lives. Noting the importance of relationships and context, they delve into the difficulty of saying and doing the right thing at the right time, citing examples of which they were proud and where they might have done better. In the discussion, Rabbi Sandra stresses that white people who aim to be allies to people of color should, “be humble and be curious, and be open to learning, inst

The Parsha In My Life - By Rabbi Reuven Wolf - Maayon Yisroel

Rabbi Reuven Wolf

Draw everyday inspiration from the depths of the Parsha as Rabbi Reuven Wolf weaves mystical interpretation with chassidic teachings into a strong and powerful message that enriches and inspires.

The Jewish Lives Podcast

Jewish Lives


Join us and explore the story of the prophet Elijah’s evolution from fierce zealot to compassionate hero and cherished figure in Jewish tradition.
Hear from National Jewish Book Award winner Daniel C. Matt, author of the new Jewish Lives biography Becoming Elijah: Prophet of Transformation.

Music in this episode:

Hazzan Brian Baruch Shamash - arrangement of Eliahu Hanavi

Daily Tanya (Audio) - by Manis Friedman Manis Friedman

Chabad Chassidus is an all-embracing world outlook and way of life which sees the Jew's central purpose as a unifying link between the Creator and His world. Written by the Alter Rebbe, the founder of Chabad, Tanya is the central text of Chabad Chassidus. It shows the reader a path to realizing their purpose and developing a deeper relationship with G-d. Choose from one of the two formats available: through Lessons in Tanya - a profound and clear explanation of the Alter Rebbe's writings, or through an audio class.

Central Synagogue Podcast

Central Synagogue

SERMON: Rabbi Dan Ross- "Parashat B’haalot’cha: The Torah of Travel"

Sermon by Rabbi Dan Ross, “Parashat B’haalot’cha: The Torah of Travel” June 10, 2022

On the Other Hand: Ten Minutes of Torah

L’hitraot, for Now...

After four years of bringing you a new episode nearly every week, this podcast is taking a little break. Listen to this episode to learn more about our hiatus and where to find us in the meantime.

Torat Imecha Nach Yomi

Shoftim 13

Rabbi Shalom Rosner on The Parsha

Ki Tisa 5782



With R' Yaakov Yosef Reinman (AKA Avner Gold) discussing his historical fiction book series ("The Strasbourg saga")

#147With R' Yaakov Yosef Reinman (AKA Avner Gold) discussing his historical fiction book series ("The Strasbourg saga") We discussed why his pseudonym is "Avner Gold", why he wrote the series, how he got into historical fiction, Sabbetai Zevi, The Inquisition, and more

The Franciska Show


What Does A Successful Divorce Look Like? - With Charna Goldsmith

Join the discussion group:   Charna is blunt and honest about expectations and hard realities both parties have to face when ending a marriage that involved kids. This episode offers solutions, even if they are difficult to accept and live with. About Our Guest: Charna Goldsmith is the founder and creator of CG Wigs Inc. Which provides free custom human hair wigs to cancer patients through the Jewish organization sharsheret. She is also a volunteer emt in nyc, and was formally involved with the all women's organization ezras nashim. As a frum women's advocate across many platforms and experiences, her goal is to achieve unity and understanding In all aspects of the female Jewish life while helping others achieve a defined and confident sense of self through her company. Instagram: Goldsmithhair  Youtube: If you'd like to book a consu



Nissim Black Episode 11

This week, Justin sits down with recording artist and podcast host Nissim Black to discuss his unique upbringing, the impact Christianity had on him, and how he found his way home to Judaism.
On Thirty-Six, Justin Hayet, a self-proclaimed pessimistic millennial attempts to find the thirty-six righteous people on whose merit the world stands.
If you are enjoying Thirty-Six, we want to hear from you! Shoot us your thoughts at
Thirty-Six is a production of SoulShop and Bnai Zion.

The Mitzvah Podcast - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe


Kindling the Menorah (#98)

The Menorah is the vessel of the Temple that we are most familiar with. The seven-branched candelabra, engraved with intricate embellishments, was lit each night in the Temple. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – Sponsorship: Please consider sponsoring a podcast […]

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast

Taya Mâ

Episode 2.15: Ancestral Reclamation and the Art of Apology with Jericho Vincent and Rami Avraham Efal

Jericho Vincent, in conversation with Rami Avraham Efal, speaks on the practice of holding ancestors in both gratitude and accountability. Jericho shares of their journey from an ultra-Orthodox rabbinic home through multiple traditions before returning to Judaism, and ways their non-binary identity impacts how they relate to gendered aspects of Jewish tradition.

Throwing Sheyd

Miriam and Alan

Episode 48: Live at the Jewish New Media Festival!

Thanks to the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia for hosting the festival and having us out! (Some wonky audio, apologies.) Enjoy the episode and our innocent intellectual exercise. ?

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts


Parsha: Ki Sisa – Counting and Duking the Nation & Annual Fundraiser (

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Parsha Perspectives

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

Integrity = Integer = Whole: The Mishkan and its Measurements

Rav Gershon Ribner

Rav Gershon Ribner

Share your wealth with your children

Living Breslov Shiurim

Living Breslov

Living Breslov is making Rebbe Nachman's way of life accessible to english speakers. Join us in learning Torahs from Likutei Moharan from our Mashpi’im. We have 4 different chauburos learning at their own pace each meeting once a week with a recorded audio and video of the shiur. R' Ezriel Boim: 1, 5, 9, 13... R' Justin Wexler: 2, 6, 10, 14... R' Judah Klein: 3, 7, 11, 15... R' Yoeli Klein: 4, 8, 12, 16... Feel free to contact us at with any questions.

The Shema Podcast for the Perplexed

TORCH Podcasts

Building Multi-Generational Wealth with Rabbi Yissachar Granitsky

Often in our endeavors to grow as Jews, we sometimes can’t see beyond the challenge directly in front of us and we forget that we are building something much bigger than ourselves. In this inspiring episode, I interviewed Rabbi Yissachar Granitsky. He tells an incredible story of his life as a non-Jew, the event’s G-d […]

New Books in Jewish Studies

Marshall Poe

Marc David Baer, "German, Jew, Muslim, Gay: The Life and Times of Hugo Marcus" (Columbia UP, 2020)

Hugo Marcus (1880–1966) was a man of many names and many identities. Born a German Jew, he converted to Islam and took the name Hamid, becoming one of the most prominent Muslims in Germany prior to World War II. He was renamed Israel by the Nazis and sent to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp before escaping to Switzerland. He was a gay man who never called himself gay but fought for homosexual rights and wrote queer fiction under the pen name Hans Alienus during his decades of exile.
In German, Jew, Muslim, Gay: The Life and Times of Hugo Marcus (Columbia University Press, 2020), Marc David Baer uses Marcus’s life and work to shed new light on a striking range of subjects, including German Jewish history and anti-Semitism, Islam in Europe, Muslim-Jewish relations, and the history of the gay rights struggle. Baer explores how Marcus created a unique synthesis o

Unboxing Judaism


Discussions that help clarify fundamental ideas in Judaism that are commonly misunderstood, Unboxing Judaism is a podcast with Rabbi Yaakov Nagel and Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe. You can watch this Podcast on Video ... On YouTube: On Rumble: This podcast series is presented by TORCH in Houston, Texas. For the full listing of podcasts please visit

Torat Imecha Parsha

OU Women's Initatives

In this new parsha series, women scholars will deliver a weekly ten- to fifteen-minute shiur on the weekly parsha.

6 Minute Siddur Snippets

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

#10: Birchas Ha’Torah (Part 1)

Da Mah Shetashiv

Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky

The Purpose of Creation

Visit for more shiurim, live shiurim, seforim and more.For questions, comments, or for sponsorship opportunities email us at

Nice Jewish Girls


Dr. Sheila Nazarian:

This week, Julia sits down with Emmy nominated and Board Certified Plastic Surgeon behind the hit Netflix show Skin Decision, Dr. Sheila Nazarian. The two discuss hope and Jewish survival.

SAPIR Conversations

SAPIR: A Journal of Jewish Conversations

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

The Torah Podcast

Michael Brooke

Need a Dvar Torah this week? Looking for a short Dvar Torah on this weeks parsha? Do you just enjoy Divrei Torah? Look no further than the Torah podcast. Join us every week as we dive deep into this weeks parsha.

Jewish Stories to Inspire: Motivational & Spiritual Stories Based on the Torah's Ethics, Values and Wisdom

Stories to Inspire

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.

A Torah State Of Mind

Rabbi Shlomo Farhi

Ki Tisa - How much is a Life Worth?

Latest episode of the podcast. Please consider sponsoring a class online in someones merit, memory or refuah shelemah. You can donate here in the app or send us an email at with the dedication you want to make. Thanks!


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Rabbi Yaron Reuven

Rabbi Yaron Reuven

Saving Souls by Bringing Them Back to HaShem and His Holy Torah through Inspiring Jewish teachings

Let’s Talk Kashrus

The Kashrus Awareness Project is committed to bringing attention to various Kashrus issues, to make kashrus part of the conversation in our community, and to lay the groundwork for consumers to make informed decisions. Join a Let’s Talk Kashrus WhatsApp Group for educational content and kashrus updates. Watch all our episodes on our website

Rambam - 3 Chapters a Day (Audio) - by Yehoshua B. Gordon Yehoshua B. Gordon

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Motivation Congregation Podcast

Michael Brooke

Looking for a short Dvar Torah on this weeks Parsha? Do you just enjoy Divrei Torah? Want to level up in your ruchniyus? Join the Motivation Congregation! Wake up everyday and crush it! Dominate your Yetzer Harah and Motivate yourself with Torah Videos that make you want to run thru a brick wall!

Daily Study: Hayom Yom (Audio) - by Moshe Steiner Moshe Steiner

Reflections on "Hayom Yom": Nissan 25

SAPIR Conversations

SAPIR: A Journal of Jewish Conversations

S4E3: A Conversation with Reuel Marc Gerecht and Bret Stephens

In this especially timely discussion, Reuel Marc Gerecht, a former Iranian-targets officer in the Central Intelligence Agency and a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies discusses his contribution to SAPIR, which examines how Iran’s path toward nuclear weapons might ultimately be stopped (and whether Israeli military action may be necessary). Follow SAPIR Conversations so you'll never miss new episodes! You can also visit the "Conversations" page on our website to register for upcoming events and sign up for our email newsletter.

The Shmuz

 Welcome to The Shmuz Podcast! Here’s your chance toinfuse an inspiring dose of ruchnius, encouragement and positivity into yourday. But don’t just stop here. Go to and gain access to hundredsof motivational Shmuzin that are guaranteed to accelerate your spiritualgrowth

The Ethics Podcast - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe


Super-Fusion (6:1) & TORCH Fundraiser (

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How to Glow

Kayla Levin

Ep. 139 - Real Requests Are Like Offers

This week I'm offering you a tool to help you get more clear on what you want from your marriage. 
So much of the time, we "hint" at what we want and really believe we've been clear.
There are a few tools I teach to help you do a self-check of whether your communication was clear enough and what to do about the vulnerability we feel when we make a real, authentic request from our husband.
Ready to take this work further?

Understanding Sin and Evil

Miryam Brand

Dr. Miryam Brand on Bible, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Ancient World

The Quick Daf

R' Zecharia Resnik

The Quick Daf has revolutionized Daf Yomi the way we know it. Unlike any shiur of its kind, The Quick Daf caters to all learning styles as every word and pasuk is translated and explained and the basic background of the Gemara/Sugya is clarified. Furthermore, it is easy to follow The Quick Daf as the Gemara is depicted and expounded upon in our unique trademark fashion: quick, clear and concise. Our high-quality recordings provide a pleasant listening experience and the quick pace enables you to be up-to-date on the Daf with ease. The Quick Daf has quickly become the choice shiur for people in over 2700 cities throughout the world spanning 70 countries. For more info, comments or feedback, feel free to reach out to us at

The Dating & Marriage Series

Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky

"He Said - She Said": The Keys to a Happy Home

"He Said - She Said": The Keys to a Happy Home


Reconstructing Judaism

Coming soon...

Coming in late September, this new podcast brings Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations ( to life. In this preview trailer, Rabbi Jacob Staub, Ph.D., and Bryan Schwartzman, an award-winning journalist, offer a taste of what’s to come. How does Judaism continue to evolve?
Be part of the conversation: Visit our home on the web, Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations:
Theme song, “Ilu Finu” by Rabbi Miriam Margles. Her album This is the Day is available for purchase at CDBaby:
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Kiddush Club - News for Jews

It‘s that special time between Daf Yomi shiur and Shabbos cholent. It‘s that weekly get together to shmooze, talk news, Jewish music, tech, Torah, and food. And now, it‘s a Podcast! Welcome to the most entertaining Jewish podcast: Kiddush Club - The Podcast. Join us while we recreate the KC experience while we explore topics ranging from Islay Whiskey to Kosher Starburst, to interviews with some of the most interesting Jewish people, from Modi, to Nissim Black. All in the comfort of your home or car and without getting the Rabbi upset, or missing a word of davening.

The Koren Podcast

Aryeh Grossman & Alex Drucker - The Koren Podcast Network

Inviting you into the conversation with leading educators, scholars, leaders, and us to discuss the issues facing Judaism today. This is not a podcast about books, but what's happening off the page.

The Rabbi Berel Wein Podcast

Parshat Ki Tisa - Rabbi Berel Wein - February 18, 2022

For more lectures from Rabbi Wein please visit: 

Best Book Ever

Rabbi David Kasher

In the Face of it All - Parshat Ki Tisa

Moses has just come back down from speaking with God. And he's glowing.

OMfG podcast: jewish wisdom for unprecedented times

Rabbi Jen Gubitz and Rabbi Jodie Gordon

The Anniversary Episode

Our baby is 1 year old, and you’re invited to celebrate without the smash cake or obligation to bring a present. Join us for a look back at 1 year of OMfG!

Intentional Living with Nili Couzens

Momentum Unlimited

Learn from yesterday, make better choices for tomorrow, and build a life that’s worthy of you, with Nili Couzens’ empowering Jewish lessons as a guide.

Stories of Tzadikim

TYH Nation

Hold on to Shabbos with Stories of Tzadkim with Rav Yossie Zakutinsky

Contact Chai

Mishkan Chicago

Shabbat Replay: Love Languages

What is God's love language? Here's a hint: it isn't receiving gifts — at least, not according to  Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. Rabbi Deena explores how God's clear instructions for building the sanctuary can inspire us to ask for the love we need. This episode is a drash given at Mishkan's Saturday morning  service on February 5th. For full recordings of Friday services, click here. For upcoming Shabbat services and programs, check our event calendar, and see our Accessibility & Inclusion page for information about our venues. Learn more about Mishkan Chicago. Follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook.Produced by Mishkan Chicago. Music composed, produced, and performed by Kalman Strauss.Transcript

The Wildescast

Manhattan Jewish Experience

A Conversation with Naomi Nachman

In this episode Rabbi Wildes speaks with Naomi Nachman. As cooking has always been her passion, in 2004, Naomi started her own kosher personal chef business, The Aussie Gourmet, to pursue cater weekly and Shabbat/Yom Tov meals for families and individuals within The Five Towns and neighboring communities and beyond — including Alaska and Israel. Naomi is often sought after to give cooking demonstrations and produce kosher Chopped competitions throughout the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan as well as across the country, where she shares her immense enthusiasm for food.

Naomi has her own cooking show on called Sunny Side Up. Naomi also hosts her own weekly show, “Table for Two with Naomi Nachman” on The Nachum Segal Network – which covers all food-related topics. In addition, Naomi writes a monthly column for the Mishpacha magazine covering food trends, and is also a contributing editor to The Jewish Home newspaper dist

YUTORAH: R' Hershel Schachter -- Recent Shiurim

Schachter, Rabbi Hershel

YUTORAH: R' Hershel Schachter -- Recent Shiurim

Torah Truths with Rabbi Tovia Singer

Noahide Nations Torah Network

Rabbi Tovia Singer responds directly to the issues raised by missionaries and cults, by exploring Judaism in contradistinction to fundamentalist Christianity and helps us to sort through the maze and mystery of all the confusion in the world today on who is worshiping the One True Creator of all things.

Podcasts Archives - Jewish Sacred Aging

Rabbi Richard Address-Jewish Sacred Aging

Seekers of Meaning 12/10/2021: Rabbi Richard Agler on Life-Changing Loss and his book, “The Tragedy Test”

On this week's episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Richard Agler discusses experiencing the life-changing loss of his daughter's death, and his book, The Tragedy Test: Making Sense of Life-changing Loss: A Rabbi's Journey. [Read more...]
The post Seekers of Meaning 12/10/2021: Rabbi Richard Agler on Life-Changing Loss and his book, “The Tragedy Test” appeared first on Jewish Sacred Aging.

For the Love of Judaism

Rabbi Michael Pont

Ahm Yisrael Chai!

For decades, the Jewish National Fund has been creating connections between Jews and the land of Israel. In these challenging times, when Israel is under more pressure to justify is existence than ever before, JNF is changing the conversation and making a massive impact on the next 100 years of Jewish and non-Jewish life in Israel.In this episode, Rabbi Pont is joined by Russell Robinson, CEO of JNF USA, whose infectious passion for Israel will inspire all of us to get involved.

Torah from Temple of Aaron

Marcus Rubenstein

Sermons, Divrei Torah and teachings will be placed on our podcast feed for you to enjoy at your leisure whether you are able to come to Temple of Aaron in person or not. Enjoy!

Book of Joshua with David LeBlanc

David LeBlanc

Book of Joshua #11 Conclusion

Book of Joshua #11 Conclusion Mayim Chayim Beit Midrash. Diving deep into Jewish sources, we find some amazing aspects of Joshua's role, mission, and parallels with David LeBlanc.

Kabbalah & Physics

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Rabbi Moshe Weinberger

Aish Kodesh

The Bilvavi On Mesilas Yesharim (24)

Chassidus - A Path Towards Coming Closer To Hashem

Sruly on the Parsha

Moshe Bienenfeld

Excerpts from the Lakewood Daf Yomi by Sruly Bornstein

Derher Audio

A Chassidisher Derher Audio

Didan Notzach - The Story of Hei Teves

In honor of the Yom Tov of Hei Teves—Didan Notzach—celebrated this month, we present the complete story of this Yom Tov in chronological order.
From this month's Derher.
To get your copy, visit
Listen to the new Derher for Kids Audio at
Including a special kids story of Hey Teves!

Guided Jewish Meditations

Guided Jewish Meditations

57. Ahava [Advanced]

According to the mystical wisdom of the Torah, the ancient letters of the Aleph Beis are the vessels for the Divine Wisdom of the Infinite Source of All. The Hebrew word for love, Ahava, is made up of four letters that carry within them an intensely holy Divine meditation. This meditation guides the listener through a spiritual visualization of these letters, revealing some of their secrets, and culminating in a deep experience of Divine love and unity with the Creator of All.
Please note that this advanced meditation builds and expands upon an earlier one in this channel: [29] Dodi: A Meditation on My Beloved. It is recommended that you first complete this meditation.
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Cliffdiver - The Gift of Nothing - https://youtu.b

Yesod Blocks: Foundational Torah


Big questions. Clear answers. Understand yourself, your life, and Hashem.

Messianic Jewish Teachings: David Levine

David Levine

Being God Pleasers - Yom Shabbat/Saturday - Adar 9, 5775/February 28, 2014

Please enjoy this special encore message from Rabbi David Levine.

Parshat Tetzaveh – You shall command

Exodus 27:20–30:10

Haftarah: Ezekiel 43:10 – 27

B’rit haChadasha:  Hebrews 13:10-17

Inward with Rabbi Joey Rosenfeld

Shefa Podcast Network

BONUS: Rebbe Nachman's Tale of Trust pt. 8

Reb Joey continues his explanation of the Rebbe's ma'aseh. 

Two Charleston Rabbis

Rabbi Scott Hoberman & Rabbi Sholom Mimran

Rabbi Hoberman and Rabbi Mimran explore contemporary issues Featuring fascinating guests from across the community

Jewish Inspiration Podcast · Rabbi Aryeh Wolbe


This Jewish Inspiration Podcast is dedicated to learning, understanding and appreciating the greatness of Torah Judaism. One of the methods used is the study of Mussar. Enhancing our G-d given soul traits, character and ultimately the channel to our innermost being. You don't have to reach perfection, but one should never stop trying. Mussar will give us many of those tools. A better you is a better world. This podcast series is presented by TORCH in Houston, Texas. For the full listing of podcasts please visit

Judaism's response to Christian Missionaries with Rabbi Tovia Singer

Tovia Singer

Rabbi Tovia Singer is a well-known speaker. He lectures over 200 times each year around the globe -- in North America, South America, Europe and Israel. Rabbi Tovia Singer has vast knowledge of topics such as anti-semitism, holocaust revisionism, Jewish and Christian History, and Christian Missionaries. At only 41 years old, he has managed to become the top counter-missionary in the world, teaching and educating thousands, bringing many back to their Judaism. He is a dynamic educator who has been interviewed on radio and television hundreds of times over the years.

Mesivta of Waterbury

Mesivta of Waterbury

L’Zechus Refuah Shelaima דוד יוסף אלימלך בן אלישבע הינדא Rabbi Kalish's Shiurim and other shiurim from Mesivta of Waterbury

The Chassidic and Jewish Approach to Intimacy - A Shiur for Men by Rabbi A.H. Levin

Rabbi Avraham H. Levin, popular Chosson teacher based in Morristown, NJ, teaches the Chassidic and Jewish Approach to Intimacy as the way to bring Hashem into our marriage.  This class for men has been reviewed by a Rav prior to its release.   For feedback or to sponsor future episodes for men, please reach out to 


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Adventures in Jewish Studies Podcast

Association for Jewish Studies

5782: A Shmita Year

We are currently in a sabbath, or shmita year, a biblically-mandated year of rest where fields lay fallow and debts are forgiven. From nearly the beginning, however, shmita has been more of an ideal, rather than a fully-observed year, and any practice was limited to Israel. In this episode, guest scholars Adrienne Krone and Hava Tirosh-Samuelson consider the shmita's history and how this aspirational practice is being reinterpreted for the modern era with an emphasis on Jewish environmental consciousness across the diaspora.

Meaningful Life Skills with Rabbi Simon Jacobson

Rabbi Simon Jacobson

The Secret To Empowering Others

Over the course of your life, are you being taught WHAT to think, or are you learning HOW to think? And what is the difference between the what and the how?

Almost everyone is familiar with one of the most popular best-selling self help books titled, How to Make Friends and Influence People. Let's focus on the word influence. We can influence people, inspire people, teach people and even educate people - but above all we can EMPOWER people. Empowerment is in a league of its own. Empowering is learning how to think, with a methodology and proper tools. Empowering is the how to solve problems; not just being given answers but learning how to find the answers yourself.

Please join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for this vital conversation on the secret to empowering your friends, family and colleagues and learn how to navigate whatever comes your way. "Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and y

Take 2 - Mishpacha

Mishpacha Media

Take 2 with Shloimi Steinmetz

The History of Judaism: The History and Story of the Jews

Yossi Silverman

17. Ezekiel in Tel Aviv

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 continuation of both a Biblical, Archaeological and Historical podcast about Judaism and the History of the Jews.
This Podcast was only possible through donations.
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Visit my Ko-Fi page to contribute:

View my new Youtube channel: ScoutIsrael

History and Story of the Jews according to an educated religious Jewish perspective, the theme music is under a collective co

Shnayim Mikra

Orthodox Union

Ki Tisa - Chamishi

Talking Tachlis Podcast

Talking Tachlis Podcast

Join us as we discuss the most pressing and interesting issues of the day, relating to Jewish life, and life in general.

The David Suissa Podcast

David Suissa

Each week, a Boomer and a Millennial let the sparks fly on the hottest issues of the day. A must-hear!

What is Judaism?

The Average Rabbi

The fully comprehensive series on all the elements of Judaism: the religion. The Average Rabbi teaches the complete framework to Joe, a real, new student of Judaism. Join Joe on his journey as he explores the ancient path for the first time. Whether you are a fresh beginner like Joe, or raised in the orthodox faith, this series will provide you with the knowledge to answer the questions, "What's the Jewish take on...?", "Do Jews believe in...?" and ultimately, "What is Judaism?" This series is based on the 300 yr. old text The Way of God written by scholar/mystic, the Ramchal.

Torah to the People

TI Memphis

Find sermons, music from the greatest TI talent, 1:1 conversations between clergy and special guests, and select Temple Israel University (TIU) classes – easily accessible to you through our podcast, Torah to the People. - - Temple Israel-Memphis is a sanctuary for prayer and inspiration, a vibrant center for Jewish learning, and a congregational home for living Torah. We are a source of strength and a force for good for Reform Jews, the greater community, and the world. Learn more about us at

49 Days to Stretch My Soul

Tablet Magazine

Episode 9: Elul No More

And so, it's now Tishrei, and Kylie's month-long experiment in fixing her soul comes to an end. Did she succeed? And what has she learned about soul-searching? Tune in for the final installment of the journey and hear Kylie share her tips, tricks, and to-dos for anyone interested in some spiritual growth.

Torah Talk

Michael Carasik

Ki Tisa 5782

This is Torah Talk for the week of February 13th, 2022 Exodus 34:14  You must not worship any other god, because the Lord, whose name is Impassioned [קַנָּ֣א שְׁמ֔וֹ], is an impassioned God [אֵ֥ל קַנָּ֖א הֽוּא]. Or, as others translate, a jealous God.  But what does it mean to say that God’s name is Jealous? This week’s […]

Gate of Trust Podcast with Matt & Felix

Matt Trusch

Join Hosts Matt Trusch and Felix Frydberg’s heart-to-heart conversations with artists, entrepreneurs, scholars and laymen: who, by strengthening their Trust-in-G-d, despite all odds, experience outright miracles! Profound yet practical; inspiring and heart-wrenching; moving, true stories of triumph against adversity!

YUTORAH: R' Efrem Goldberg -- Recent Shiurim

Goldberg, Rabbi Efrem

YUTORAH: R' Efrem Goldberg -- Recent Shiurim

The Rabbi Stark Podcast

Rabbi Stark

Tired of the mundane? Ready to inject some spirituality into your life? Welcome to The Rabbi Stark Podcast. The Mashgiach of Aderes Hatorah is sure to inspire you with his weekly "schmoozim" on topical subjects which will both enlighten your mind and invigorate your soul. Uploaded weekly. For questions, comments, and concerns email To access additional series and the archives visit

The Ḥabura

The Ḥabura

Can Decrees of an Earlier Bet Din be Nullified? בטל טעם בטל גזירה - Rabbi Yitzhak Berdugo

We are an online and global Bet Midrash with international students, striving to know God by embracing the world through the lens of Torah. Web: WhatsApp: @TheHabura Facebook: The Habura A project of the Senior Rabbi's Office (, S&P Sephardi Community of the UK, Montefiore Endowment, and Dangoor Education.#torah #talmud #yeshiva #betmidrash #sephardi #sepharadi #sephardic #sefardi #sefardic #rambam See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Mordy Shteibel's Podcast (Rabbi Binyomin Weinrib)


A podcast with all the recordings of Shuirim given at the Shtebiel

Parsha in Progress

Tablet Magazine

Why Torah is Like the Rain (Ha'azinu): Ep. 54

This week, we conclude the full cycle of parshas with a candid reflection on the end of the podcast, and a consideration of what makes poetry a powerful vehicle for divine messages.
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Jewish Bedtime Stories

R' Chanina ben Dosa's Donkey


Rifky & Devorah

✨ -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

YUTORAH: R' Dr. Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff -- Recent Shiurim

Rakeffet-Rothkoff, Rabbi Dr. Aaron

YUTORAH: R' Dr. Aaron Rakeffet-Rothkoff -- Recent Shiurim

Rabbi Allouche

Rabbi Allouche

Rabbi Pinchas Allouche is an international spiritual leader, respected author of numerous literary works, and a gifted public speaker who has enlightened and inspired audiences throughout the United States, Europe, Israel, and South Africa. Rabbi Allouche is also the founding Rabbi of Congregation Beth Tefillah of Scottsdale, which is among the most vibrant and fastest growing synagogues in the State of Arizona. Aside from being dedicated to leading and growing his synagogue and empowering his local community in Scottsdale, Rabbi Allouche also seeks to bring healing to an increasingly troubled and divisive world through making himself available to deliver powerful and uplifting motivational speeches, both to religious and non-religious audiences. Having lived in five countries on four different continents and being fluent in English, Hebrew, French, and Italian, Rabbi Allouche is able to form lasting connections with people from many different backgrounds. Rabbi Allouche also uses his unique expertise and interpersonal communication skills to offer consulting, mentoring, and counseling services to groups of various sizes and to individuals from every walk of life. Rabbi Allouche lives in Paradise Valley, AZ with his Venezuelan-born wife, Esther, and the couple’s nine children. Rabbi Allouche strongly believes in and promotes the sanctity of marriage and creation of strong families, both of which are Jewish values that can benefit people of all faiths and religious backgrounds. Rabbi Allouche is passionate about being a source of goodness and inspiration to people from every walk of life through promoting Jewish values for the betterment of our society and our world. A man of infinite wisdom, Rabbi Allouche’s mission is to be a source of light not only for the Jewish people, but also for the entire world, as it is through the Jewish values that are deeply ingrained within him that he sees good in all people. Further, Rabbi Allouche also advocates for Jewish people to live not in seclusion and surrounded by those of their own faith, but as a part of mainstream culture. After all, Jewish values are universal to all of humanity and humanity can both benefit and prosper from values that are inherently Jewish. By embracing his own Jewish values and the sacred, ancient principles of Judaism, Rabbi Allouche hopes to bring healing to a world that is very much broken. He hopes to help corporate executives reach their potential as influential leaders. He hopes to put marriages back on track by teaching couples to rediscover their passion and appreciation for one another. He hopes to strengthen families by teaching people to communicate, have fun together, and to better manage conflict. Finally, he hopes to enliven the souls and spirits of all people by inspiring them to rediscover their G-d given talents, passions, and to simply enjoy and appreciate the beauty of life itself. Judaism places great importance on community engagement and giving back to one’s community. Rabbi Allouche is dedicated to outreach and to helping those who are struggling in life, as it is a Jewish value to be responsible to the community we live in and to the world as a whole. Judaism teaches that to be a good person, avoiding wrongdoing is simply not enough. Rabbi Allouche is abundantly grateful and humbled by the kindness and gratitude of those who have supported and endorsed his mission and his work.

Tradition Podcast

Tradition Online

Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought is a quarterly Orthodox Jewish peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Rabbinical Council of America. It covers a range of topics including philosophy and theology, history, law, and ethics.

The Thinking Jew Podcast

Moshe Segal

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. For question, comments or future topic requests, email me at

Wilshire POV

Wilshire Boulevard Temple

Listen to our weekly Wilshire Boulevard Temple Shabbat Message. In about five minutes or less, our clergy offer personal perspectives on such topics as Jewish holidays, the weekly Torah portion, liturgy, customs and traditions, and sometimes current events through the lens of Jewish learning and understanding.

Sicha Women’s Shiur

Project Likkutei Sichos

This is a shiur on the entire Sicha taught by women, for women.

Hebrew School

Tablet Magazine

Season 2, Episode 12: Charlotte

Your favorite Jewish kids quiz show podcast is back in session! Hosts Frank and Sabrina are joined by this week's contestant, Charlotte, for a series of fun games about all things Jewish—from history to religion to pop culture.

Hebrew School is hosted by Frank Spiro and Sabrina Marielle Friedman. The show is produced by Josh Kross, Sara Fredman Aeder, and Robert Scaramuccia. Songs for the “Say My Name” game were composed and performed by Sabrina Marielle Friedman.

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Islam FAQ: Clear Reliable Answers to Common Questions

141 – What Does It Mean to Trust in Allah? – Islam FAQ – Shaykh Faraz Rabbani

“The cure for confusion is simply to ask,” said the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). In the Islam FAQ, Shaykh Faraz Rabbani and other SeekersGuidance scholars give clear, reliable answers to common questions that people ask about Islam–on faith, worship, spirituality, social issues, halal and haram, and a wide range of practical issues […]
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The Yishai Fleisher Israel Podcast

Yishai Fleisher

A Convert Wedding and a Biblical Highway

Season 2022 Episdode 12: Yishai and Malkah attend an amazing wedding - and bring you along! This was a small but powerful consolation for the heinous terror attack which rocked Israel the day before. Then, Yishai talks about the Route 60 Israel Biblical Highway project on Fox Radio - come for a drive!Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors:SPONSOR LINKS:The Israel Bible Pickle Fund Jewish Press INFO: Podcast website: Apple Podcasts: Spotify: RSS: YouTube: SUPPORT & CONNECT:Check out the sponsors above, it’s the best way to support this podcastSupport on Givecloud: https:

Emuna Beams

Lazer Brody

Emuna and body-soul harmony with author, spiritual guide and health coach Rabbi Lazer Brody

שיעורי תורה אורן


הרב חיים רבי: תפילה כהלכתה השקפה ומוסר

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Time for the Soul

Time for the Soul

In anticipation of the Yale University Chaplaincy’s 95th anniversary in 2022 we thought that creating a podcast would be a terrific way to get a wide variety of voices out to present the depth and breadth of chaplaincy work. We have witnessed a true hunger for content that is reflective and calming. This podcast, called “Time for the Soul” aims to do just that amplifying these voices by introducing the listener to the loving hearts and minds of chaplains. Throughout the Covid-19 global pandemic we have found ourselves treading water in a sea of grief, bearing loss of many kinds and facing a relentless streak of uncertainty that continues to test our souls every day. The invasion of Ukraine, intense broader global unrest and upset have presented deep challenges to our collective souls. And yet chaplains have been here through it all and are even managing to bring moments of joy and peace in the midst of so much darkness. For 95 years Yale chaplains along with other religious and spiritual professionals have been nurturing the souls of countless students, faculty and staff during times of celebration and of sorrow. This podcast is but a glimpse into this poignant, tender work.

KMTT - the Torah Podcast

Ezra Bick

Parashat Korach with Rav Dovid Gottlieb

Parashat Korach with Rav Dovid Gottlieb #1 - Classical Commentators - "Va'Yikach Korach" - What Did He Take? #2 - Contemporary Commentators - "The Common Sense Rebellion" - R. Soloveitchik's Timeless Message #3 - Sparks of Mussar - Korach's Lust for Power: A Penetrating Insight from the Steipler #4 - Machshava / Jewish Thought - Rejecting "Cancel Culture": The Torah's Approach to Machlokes #5 - Halacha from the Parsha - "Oy L'Rasha Oy L'Shecheino" - What's the Problem With Having a Wicked Neighbor? #6 - Sparks of Chassidus - Ideas Must be "Clothed" in Action - The Kedushas Levi's Explanation of Korach's Mistake

Rabbi Rosner on Nach

Rabbi Rosner on Nach

The Torah Sparks Podcast

R' Ori Strum

Inspiration, meaning, and holiness can be found everywhere. It's up to us to find these sparks of spiritual light and bring more of a G-dly awareness to ourselves, our families, our communities, and the world at large. In The Torah Sparks Podcast, you will hear insightful, meaningful, humorous, deep and relatable ideas gleaned from lessons within the holy Torah.

“Jewish Meditation”


22: Meditation Terms

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Inspirational Thoughts on the Parsha

Avrohom Piekarski

Inspirational thoughts on the weekly Parsha in under 3 minutes with practical take away, made easy to share at a family or friends Shabbat meal

Ari Goldwag's Jewish Music Podcast

Ari Goldwag

Ari Goldwag's Jewish music podcast will introduce you to some great music, and give you previews and information about music he is involved with, as well as albums he is aware of - from the inside and behind the scenes. It will also feature special interviews with established names in the business, as well as up and coming talent. - Daily Torah Study

Daily Tanya Class for February 19, 2022 - Adar I 18, 5782

עושים תנ"ך עם יותם שטיינמן Osim Tanach

רשת עושים היסטוריה

שאול המלך הראשון לשמו (ד"ר בעז סתוי) [עושים תנ"ך]

שאול בן קיש המלך הראשון לשמו, הראשון שמלך על פי הטקסט המקראי על ממלכת ישראל המאוחדת. על מנת להבין את פועלו של שאול המלך עלינו לחזור אחורה. ממש אחורה, עוד לפני שהוא בא לעולם. רובנו מכירים את סיפור חייו של שאול- שאול המלך הראשון אשר הגיע לאחר תקופת השופטים, נער אשר יצא לחפש את האתונות שאבדו לאביו, אבל בסופו של יום מצא מלוכה, נכון? אבל כדי להבין את דמותו של שאול לעומק עלינו לחזור כאמור הרבה זמן אחורה ולעמוד על דמותו של הנמסיס הגדול שלו- שמואל. אחר כך נוכל גם לבחון את ימי נעוריו של שאול וסיפור ההכתרה (הראשון) של שאול הצעיר למלך. מה ניתן ללמוד מסיפור ילדותו של שמואל דווקא, על אודות שאול? מדוע חטאיו של עלי הזקן, המנטור של שמואל קשורים להבנת הסיפור המקראי אודות שאול המלך? מה הקשר בין פועלם של שמואל ובניו לסוף תקופת השופטים ותחילת המלוכה בישראל? מדוע נראה כי אלוהים מסכים עם שמואל המתנגד למלוכה אך באותה נשימה אומר לו להסכים לבקשת העם למלך? מהו מדרש השם המשונה של שאול? על כך ועוד בפרק זו בו מתארח ד"ר בעז סתוי.האזנה נעימה

Shabbat Table Bootcamp with Rabbi Shalom Baum


Featuring Rabbi Baum's weekly Shabbat Table Bootcamp

Rabbi YYY Hecht on Rogatchover Gaon

Chabad of Forest Hills North

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.

Geshmaka Stories With the Bochurim

The Bochurim

Geshmaka Chassidishe short stories by the bochurim about Rebbeim and Chassidim and much more!!

Talking Talmud

Yardaena Osband & Anne Gordon

Chagigah 23: The Shoe-Bomber and Ritual Impurity

More on the purity/impurity stringencies... Trying to make sense of the list of them, by their numbers. One who carries something that has impurity because of the way it came in contact with someone who was impure can also carry terumah, but not kodshim. This stringency is based on a one-time occurrence of things going wrong. Also, another stringency focuses again on the possibility that an am ha-aretz would render a chaver's vessels impure - including the very unlikely case. Plus, the final stringency of the daf, that has support in a biblical verse, unusually here.

The MoPod

Evan Harris

The MoPod is a Modern Orthodox podcast brought to you by MoDate. Hosted by Evan Harris, the founder of MoDate, the MoPod dives into all topics surrounding Modern Orthodoxy with a focus on dating. Disclaimer: The views expressed on this podcast are not universally held by those who consider themselves Modern Orthodox and we are not trying to impose values upon others. Support this podcast:

JTS Torah Commentary


How Should One Shine One’s Light? Beha’alotekha 5782

The JTS Commentary for Beha’alotekha by Rabbi Luciana Pajecki Lederman (RS ’05, KGS ’21), Adjunct Instructor, JTSMusic provided by JJReinhold / Pond5.

Moreh Nevuchim

Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky

The Rambam's Moreh Nevuchim is famously difficult to learn and understand. Now you can listen in as Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky goes through the sefer word by word, learning it, explaining it, and making it relevant to us today. This shiur is ongoing and given weekly, so be sure to subscribe to get the latest shiurim as soon as they are available.

Ten Minutes of Meaning

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

(Part 7): Conquering YOUR World

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Rambam: Keilim, Chapter 19

Featured Shiurim

Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky

Achieving Stability

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YUTORAH: R' Aryeh Lebowitz -- Recent Shiurim

Lebowitz, Rabbi Aryeh

YUTORAH: R' Aryeh Lebowitz -- Recent Shiurim

jewish, judaism, spirituality, torah,

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Earn a Place in the Next World


Daily Halacha Podcast - Daily Halacha By Rabbi Eli J. Mansour

Rabbi Eli J. Mansour

Shinui Makom - If a Person Left During a Meal Eaten With Other People

In an earlier edition of Daily Halacha, it was mentioned that if a person was eating food that requires "Boreh Nefashot," such as fruit, and before reciting "Boreh Nefashot" he leaves, he must recite a new Beracha of "Ha’etz" when he resumes eating. The Rama (Rabbi Moshe Isserles of Cracow, 1525-1572), however, in Siman 178, qualifies this Halacha. He writes that if a person was eating with other people, and they remained behind when he left, then they establish a connection to the original location, such that he does not have to recite a new Beracha when he resumes eating. Maran does not follow this opinion, as in his view it is only regarding bread that Halacha distinguishes between one who was eating alone and one who was eating with other people. However, given the different opinions that exist, we apply the famous rule of "Safek Berachot Le’hakel" – we do no

Judaism From Within

Rabbi Simi Lerner

Mitzvah #32 Shofer - Inner Shattering & Transformation

Mitzvah #32  Shofer - Inner Shattering & Transformation
Rav Hirsch Horeb

Yiddish and Chill

Rebecca Hadfield

Bupkis - Ancestry Interview with Ed - Episode 18

In this jam-packed episode, Blanche and Rebecca dive into their family tree with Ed. Ed gives tips specific to Jewish genealogy for those researching their ancestry. Blanche gives Ed a few Yiddish words he can use playing pickleball. We also discuss the root of the word Bupkis. 
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Kabbalah for Everyone

Rabbi Yisroel Bernath

Kabbalah for Everyone | S6 E2 | The Animal Soul

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Jews Shmooze

Jews Shmooze

"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.


Lubavitch International

Stories From Chabad Emissaries On The Jewish Frontier. Narrated By: Gary Waleik

The Jewish Story

Rav Mike

The Jewish Story Season 5, Interlude: Crowning the King

Sometimes a simple question sparks the deepest thoughts. This episode is in answer to a simple question – what is the story of Rosh Hashanah. It explores the nature of kingship and the crown in Jewish tradition, and offers some … Read the rest
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Jews You Should Know

Rabbi Ari Koretzky: Podcaster, Campus Rabbi and Curious Jew

Episode 176 - The "Kosher Cop": A Conversation with Steve Riback

ABOUT THIS EPISODE Steve Riback, a.k.a. the “Kosher Cop,” is a lieutenant in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Follow his journey, as his career path evolves from studying to be an educator, to working in a variety of different roles in a 24-year tenure in the police department. While his professional future came into focus, Steve also found the yearning to deepen his Jewish roots.  He and Ari discuss the challenges of bringing the face of Orthodox Judaism to a highly visible role in the community, as a public servant and protector of the peace. It’s a fascinating discussion of how to strike a balance between one’s personal faith and one’s profession in the modern world. -------------------- EPISODE TIME STAMPS  2:52  Introduction – Steve’s formative years, growing up in Los Angeles  5:49  Steve’s early desires to study elementary education, then changes course  8:35  Steve explains to his

The Daily Sicha - השיחה היומית

The Daily Sicha

יום ה' פ' כי תשא, ט"ז אדר א'

סיום חמשה חומשי תורה הוא בענין שבירת הלוחות [שבשלישי דפ' עקב] ע"י משה, וכפרש"י עה"פ "לעיני כל ישראל" שהסכים הקב"ה לדעתו ואמר לו "יישר כחך ששברת". וצ"ל: אמנם מבואר שע"י שבירת הלוחות התכוון משה להקל עונשם וכו', אבל האם בזה צריכה התורה להסתיים וא"ז מזכירים כשחוגגים בשמח"ת את סיום התורה?! והביאור: דוקא ע"י הענין דשבירת הלוחות נפעל ענין נפלא ביותר שלא הי' בלוחות הראשונות שגם "שברי לוחות מונחין בארון" שבקודש הקדשים! ובעבודה: יהודי שיש לו מניעות ועיכובים ללימוד תורה ולקיום המצוות צריך לדעת, שיכול להיות שה' רוצה את ה"שברת" ויש לו מזה נחת רוח יותר מהענין ד"לוחות הראשונות"!, ועצם ה"קרעכץ" וה"שברת" על שאין לו היכולת ללמוד תורה ולקיים מצוות כדבעי, זה עצמו פועל שיהי' "כפליים לתושי'" כמעלת לוחות האחרונות על הראשונות! ובזה מסתיימת התורה!משיחת כ' מנחם-אב ה'תשכ"ה

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What Gives? The Jewish Philanthropy Podcast

Jewish Funders Network

Danny Hakim: Sports for Social Change

In Episode 27 of "What Gives?", Danny Hakim, a board member of the Azrieli Foundation talks about the power of sports to solve social problems and bring disparate groups together. The founder of Budo for Peace (now called One Team – Sports for Social Change), Danny recently launched the Sports for Social Change Coalition, a growing movement of sports for peace stakeholders in Israel.

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The Joy of Text: Where Real Sex Meets Jewish Law

The Joy of Text

Married to Israel (Isaiah 62:4-5)

Isaiah 62:4-5 No longer will they call you Deserted,     or name your land Desolate. But you will be called Hephzibah,     and your land Beulah; for the Lord will take delight in you,     and your land will be married. As a young man marries a young woman,     so will your Builder marry you; as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride,     so will your God rejoice over you. Follow Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus! Facebook fan page Instagram: @drbatsheva Book: Sex Points Follow Rabbi Linzer! Rabbi Linzer’s other podcasts YCT Facebook community Instagram: @YCTorah Have a question for Rabbi Linzer and Bat Sheva Marcus? Click to submit yours! Moderated by Sara Rozner Lawrence. Produced by Billy Procida.

Remember What's Next

JFI Remember Whats Next

Exploring the past to understand our future. This podcast looks are current issues through the lens of Jewish history with author, reseacher and lecturer Rabbi Ken Spiro and JFI Director Ellie Bass. Each week we will explore a current topic in the news or the world and use history to understand it's deeper implications for the Jewish world and beyond.

K'hal Mevakshei Hashem

K'hal Mevakshei Hashem

Renowned for his unique ability to teach lofty Chassidic concepts in a down-to-earth way makes Rabbi Yussie Zakutinsky a highly sought after lecturer. Rabbi Zakutinsky learned in Yeshivas Shaar HaTorah where he received semicha from the Rosh Yeshiva, Rav Kalman Epstein shlita. Rabbi Zakutinsky is the author of Sefer Yam HaTefila as well as Sefer Mei Moed. He is the Mora D’asra of K’hal Mevakshei Hashem in Lawrence, NY. He is a Maggid Shiur in Kollel Emek HaMelech in Woodmere and the Mashpia Ruchani at Edison Home Health Care. Rabbi Zakutinsky lives with his wife and children in Lawrence, NY and can be reached at To subscribe to receive the source material for a shiur, please contact For more information about Rabbi Zakutinsky’s shul, K’hal Mevakshei Hashem, contact

KOLOT with Rabbi Hillel Kapenstein

A Congresswoman’s Half Full Glass

Congresswoman Joyce Beatty joins KOLOT to discuss how she handles setbacks and turn them into victories. Coming from a modest background, Congresswoman Beatty shares the journey from a little black girl growing up in a village to a powerful position in Congress and Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. 
Following her story, we discuss her bipartisan work and the type of civil discourse she tried to promote and champion. 
And before the show is over, the Congresswoman makes it clear where she stands with the Jewish people and the state of Israel and the importance of religious freedom for all faiths and ethnicities.
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Remnant of Israel Shabbat Messages

Remnant of Israel Messianic Synagogue

Our weekly Messianic Jewish Shabbat message is shared on this podcast.

Q&A With Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

A Question and Answer (Q&A) on Instagram live with R. Efrem Goldberg, hosted by Meaningful Minute).