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Jewish Identity Crisis

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Jewish Identity Crisis

Isaac de Castro and Julia Jassey

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If you ask Isaac or Julia where they’re from, make sure you have have a few hours... As ‘mixed’ Jews, they live the experience of multi-cultural, diasporic Judaism, extending as far as Jewish History does—from the Middle East, to Iberia, to Eastern Europe, to the United States, to Latin America. But Julia and Isaac’s unique perspectives go farther than their ethnicity. As young and loud Jewish activists in a changing world, these two college students aim to find their place in society. Suppo ...
 
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Identity/Crisis

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Identity/Crisis

Shalom Hartman Institute

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In a frenzied media cycle, Identity/Crisis delves into the big ideas behind the news from a uniquely Jewish perspective. From the Shalom Hartman Institute, host Yehuda Kurtzer invites leading thinkers to unpack current events effecting Jewish communities in North America, Israel, and around the world, revealing the core Jewish values underlying the issues that matter to you.
 
If you're fascinated by creativity in a Jewish context, join Elad Nehorai as he talks to some of the Jewish world's most fascinating creative Jews about their work, their lives, and their relationship to their religion. Rather than an interview format, these are freewheeling, intimate discussions about anything and everything. An official Hevria podcast. Our home is at http://hevria.com
 
Do you have unanswered questions about Judaism, sexuality and intimacy? Do you want your children to get a better sex education than you received, but lack the language or tools to provide it? Do you want to improve and enhance intimacy in your marriage, but aren’t sure how to go about it? Do you wonder about how Judaism views various aspects of sexuality? Do you have questions or issues that you would like to address – either in Jewish law or regarding sexuality – but there is no one you fe ...
 
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Yiddish in Sydney

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Yiddish in Sydney

Plus61JMedia and the Jewish Museum of Australia

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2020 has signalled a new dawn for Yiddish. Hit Netflix series Unorthodox has beamed the language into millions of loungerooms for the first time. Video conferencing platforms have connected Yiddish speakers – from beginners to advanced –living in lockdown. A Yiddish translation of Harry Potter sold out in days.But in Sydney – the city that hosted Australia’s first ever Yiddish theatrical performances and was once home to the much-loved Yiddish Entertainment Group – the language has been on a ...
 
The Newish Jewish provides thoughtful banter on intersectionality and modern social causes in an evolving religious and political landscape. Each episode includes interviews or discussions with this generations leading educators, artists, humanitarians and activists. Feel free to subscribe, review, share as you wish. Follow on Instagram @thenewishjewish #thenewishjewish
 
JLE is proud to present a brand new podcast "History for the Curious" with Rabbi Aubrey Hersh hosted by Rabbi Mena Reisner. Join us as we cross continents and sail through the centuries tracing lives, uncovering events and following epic journeys to reveal the untold stories and the mysteries that have impacted our history and shaped us into who we are today. Be in touch via podcasts@jle.org.uk with your questions and comments!
 
The Orthonomics Podcast explores issues of importance to the Orthodox Jewish community, through the dual lenses of data – drawn from a wide range of sources – and informed conversations with knowledgeable and often opinionated experts. Each episode also includes a segment titled “What do you want to know about the Orthodox community?” In which our guest, as well as our listeners, get to pose their questions on issues that intrigue them, and we answer your questions.
 
Join Sarah each week as she talks with a new guest on Introducing Me, a podcast where people of many different backgrounds share their stories. With a focus on inclusion and diversity, Sarah’s guests talk about culture, advocacy, race, ability, gender and sexual identities, or whatever else they want heard.
 
Theatre Schmooze is a new monthly podcast from Alliance for Jewish Theatre where we chat with Jewish theatre makers from around the world about their art, Judaism, and vision for theater’s future. Hosted by Danielle Levsky, Theatre Schmooze will feature one-on-one conversations with artists that will illuminate the heart, soul, and diversity of contemporary Jewish theatre. Theatre Schmooze is an Alliance for Jewish Theatre program, produced by Jeremy Aluma, Danny Debner, and Danielle Levsky. ...
 
The relationship between Jews and Christians is critical to Jewish identity and self understanding since Jewish life has been both negatively and positively impacted by Christianity. This podcast explores this topic by looking into the past with the hope of forging a positive understanding in the future. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/juan-marcos-gutierrez0/support
 
Politics on the Couch looks at the way our minds respond to politics and the way politicians mess with our minds. In each episode award-winning political columnist Rafael Behr is joined by a distinguished expert drawn from the world of politics, psychology or philosophy. The show will appeal to any listener interested in taking a deep dive into how psychology drives everyone's political thought and behaviour.
 
The Mystic-Skeptic Radio Show/Podcast broadcast on Radio Free Nashville asks the tough questions and explores different alternatives to today’s pressing issues, theories or enigmas. The podcast is devoted to the exploration of all things mystical, philosophical, scientific, political conspiratorial, and cosmic. Join us in an exploration of the mystic-skeptic mind-spaceYou can visit our Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Mystic-and-the-Skeptic/1509946599296195?ref=hlor watch our ...
 
David Lev is a prolific writer with extensive experience in media productions. He is founder of Aliyah Magazine and the Jewish TV Channel, with a focus on connecting Jews to Israel. David is an avid explorer of biblical sites; he is also a serving non-commissioned officer with Israeli security forces, which welcomes potential volunteers. Dr. Sam Minskoff, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Jerusalem providing psychological services to the English speaking community, in particular t ...
 
Some of My Best Friends Are… is a podcast hosted by Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Ben Austen, two best friends who grew up together on the South Side of Chicago in the 1980s. Today a Harvard professor and an award-winning journalist, Khalil and Ben still go to each other to talk about their experiences with the absurdities and intricacies of race in America. In Some of My Best Friends Are..., they invite listeners into their unfiltered conversations about growing up together in a deeply-divided ...
 
Over four days in June 2012, our speakers – philosophers and theologians, historians and writers, believers and non-believers – will consider what it can mean to be religious, and what role the voice of faith may legitimately have in the conversations of citizens in a multicultural, democratic state and in the community of nations.
 
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This FRDH podcast originally broadcast on the BBC World Service looks at the story of Jewish Emancipation and how it changed Jewish identity through attempts at assimilation. This is done through conversations with three prominent Jews each representing a very different strand of post-war Jewish experience ... plus lots of music. A podcast that has…
 
Something to nosh on as we go inside the world of Jewish food influencers. Kosher food influencers can often create a platform where niche religious content has an appeal beyond its immediate circle. Has social media brought Jewish food to the mainstream? Shayna Weiss, Associate Director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis Univ…
 
For 500 years the Jews of Europe were kept apart, legally segregated in ghettos. Then at the dawn of the 19th Century Jews were emancipated and overnight what it meant to be a Jew in the world changed. Michael Goldfarb looks at how this historic event changed Jewish identity and the world in which Jews lived.In interviews with prominent members of …
 
BBC Faith and Ethics reporter Claire Jones has been granted exclusive access on board British warship HMS Northumberland while on deployment to the North Sea. As Russian troops continue to invade Ukraine, Claire explores faith on a warship, and whether armed forces personnel can ‘find their faith’ in times of trouble or unrest.The military chaplain…
 
Olga Bertelsen’s timely book, In the Labyrinth of the KGB: Ukraine’s Intelligentsia in the 1960s-1970s (Lexington Books, 2022), focuses on the generation of the sixties and seventies in Kharkiv, Soviet Ukraine—a milieu of writers who lived through the Thaw and the processes of de-Stalinization and re-Stalinization. Special attention is paid to KGB …
 
The weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but sometimes they should include humor. Or at least satire, lampooning, or even ridicule. The level of Evil now manifest is so ‘beyond comprehension’ to most of us that, once we realize just how bad it truly is – the struggle is to avoid anger. Or worse. There is, and almost certainly will be, a time for …
 
Dr. Marc Dollinger at Uri L’Tzedek on 1619, 1654, 2022: Jews, Race, & U.S. History EVENT DESCRIPTION With our national reckoning on race, so many American Jews are reflecting on systemic racism and ways we may be able to help. This is a candid, and probably difficult, journey through American Jewish history as we explore historical documents about …
 
In today's message (delayed from 05/14/22), Zac Williams starts with the Torah portion (Genesis 32:3-33 to 33:17) and goes on to consider some of the miracles recorded in the Bible, and shows that sometimes the blessings that God wants to pour out are limited, not because of sin, and not because of God's will, but rather by our own capacity to rece…
 
Love your enemies. Treat everyone with the same lovingkindness God has shown you. Both Scriptural commandments and very good advice, but how many find these harder to actually live out in your everyday life? In this episode, we talk about a new way to expand our understandings of these foundational, Godly qualities.…
 
Charters Wynn's book The Moderate Bolshevik: Mikhail Tomsky from the Factory to the Kremlin, 1880-1936 (Brill, 2022)is English-language biography of Mikhail Tomsky. It reveals Tomsky's central role in all the key developments in early Soviet history, including the stormy debates over the role of unions in the self-proclaimed workers’ state. Charter…
 
Lamb TV’s Chelle Wagner Walks the Talk Part One Join Laura Lee as she and her guest Chelle Wagner of Heart of the Tribes breaks down the 12 steps of recovery and shares parts of their testimony of what it was like, what happened and what it’s like now living clean from drugs and alcohol. https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/hebrewnation/wp-content/up…
 
Organized philanthropy has become the most powerful force in American Jewish communal life. As the culture of philanthropy has transformed, so has the allocation of power in the community. Felicia Herman, Chief Operating Officer of Maimonides Fund, joins Yehuda Kurtzer to discuss how the history of charitable giving has changed since the creation o…
 
Larry is a writer, physician, health advocate, and opera lover. He was the first to write about AIDS in the press and has published 5 books. These include an anthology, We Must Love One Another or Die: The Life and Legacies of Larry Kramer; a memoir, Confessions of a Jewish Wagnerite: Being Gay and Jewish in America, and its sequel On the Future of…
 
The ethics of changemaking and peacebuilding may appear straightforward: advance dignity, promote well-being, minimize suffering. Sounds simple, right? Actually acting ethically when it really matters is rarely straightforward. If someone engaged in change-oriented work sets out to "do good," how should we prioritize and evaluate whose good counts?…
 
Last month, Orthodox Jewish journalist Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt published an article in The Atlantic highlighting the popularity of Laura Doyle’s 2001 New York Times bestseller, ‘The Surrendered Wife,’ among Orthodox Jewish women. Doyle’s book provides a practical guide to marital bliss and harmony, suggesting that women stop being critical and d…
 
Not what most people think or have been taught… Watch the full video here. Gog is likely another name for the Anti-Christ (Anti-Messiah) and his cohorts. He is from the tribe of Reuben and is also the Daniel 11 King of the North as he will enter Israel coming down from the far north (northern Europe). Ezekiel 38 and 39 are 2 separate Gog battles… E…
 
In part 10, the final part of Discovering Your Identity, Rabbi Steve Berkson moves us from Isaiah chapter 11 to Romans chapter 11 traversing between the TaNaK and the Brit Chadasha. You will learn through the writings of the apostles that they knew and understood the restoration of the two houses. Is favor, or grace, merited or unmerited since it’s…
 
To many the city might seem simply a large urban area to live within, but it actually forms an important political concept and community that has been influential throughout European history. From the polis of Ancient Greece, to the Roman Republic, to the city-states of the Italian Renaissance, and down to the present day. Modern concepts of democr…
 
Over the past few episodes we looked at correlations between the sharp sickles of Passover, specifically the First Fruits of the Barley, and the sharp sickles of Revelation Fourteen. Within that passage of Revelation, we read a very specific prophecy:And another angel came out of the temple which is in heaven, and he also had a sharp sickle. Then a…
 
In a world that seems to be spinning out of control, it is important to remember where we can turn to for a constant source of wisdom and life. Our Heavenly Father has promised – made a covenant with us – that if we will walk in His instructions (Torah) and follow his teachings, He will make sure we are blessed and have life abundant. If we choose …
 
Join Mark Call of Shabbat Shalom Mesa fellowship for a two-part look at Torah parsha is “Emor,” (Leviticus chapters 21 through 24) and, THIS week, what it means for the ‘cohenim’ or priesthood, to “be holy” — no, “set apart”, or qadosh — because He is. And it is, indeed, a higher standard. The Erev Shabbat reading and outline of the parsha includes…
 
This week, it’s time for some Brainstorming. “The nations were angry, and Your wrath has come…the time You should…reward your servants… …and destroy those who destroy the earth.” – Revelation 11:18 But it appears that such a prophecy is still a ways off. Meanwhile, those with ‘eyes to see’ can also see the fruit. “They” really DO intend to: …contin…
 
The collapse of the Soviet Union forced Russia to engage in a process of nation building. This involved a reassessment of the past, both historical and cultural, and how it should be remembered. The publication of previously barely known underground and émigré literary works presented an opportunity to reappraise "official" Soviet literature and re…
 
Victoria A. Malko's book The Ukrainian Intelligentsia and Genocide: The Struggle for History, Language, and Culture in the 1920s and 1930s (Lexington Books, 2021) focuses on the first group targeted in the genocide known as the Holodomor: Ukrainian intelligentsia, the "brain of the nation," using the words of Raphael Lemkin, who coined the term gen…
 
In traditional Maasai culture one of the central figures of the community is the laibon. A laibon is a person who has been gifted with the power to see the future. They are not really a fortune teller and they are certainly not a witch doctor. They are more like a seer, but some also have the power to cure illnesses. A laibon is the one who advises…
 
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