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Pardes Live and Mini Series podcast is a collection of evening lectures and live recorded classes from the Pardes institute of Jewish Studies. It is also the home of the Pardes mini-series offerings including podcasts on parenting, women and halakha and repentance plus lots more.

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Pardes Live and Mini Series podcast is a collection of evening lectures and live recorded classes from the Pardes institute of Jewish Studies. It is also the home of the Pardes mini-series offerings including podcasts on parenting, women and halakha and repentance plus lots more.

    Conflict Intimacy and Shlom Bayit

    Conflict Intimacy and Shlom Bayit

    We are proud that Pardes's efforts to build a new facility in Jerusalem continue to move forward despite the challenges of the current moment. While most of us remain confined to our homes, a new home for our Torah, for our students and alumni, and for the vision of Jewish life we are promoting is coming to fruition, one day at a time.



    In this vein, we are excited to share Home is where the Torah is, the podcast recorded in our homes, and sent directly to yours. In this series, you will hear from six of our incredible teachers as they consider the various components that make up the concept of home and what makes a true home from a Jewish perspective. Rabbi Leon Morris will also have the opportunity to engage in conversation with the gifted architect of our new building Matti Rosenshine, as we think about the ways in which our new building will become our new collective home.



    Conflict Intimacy and Shlom Bayit Episode Description (28m 03s):

    Ironically, we sometimes grow the most from conflict in our relationships! (00:58) Eruptions of anger or argumentation may – if we treat them well – help us to reveal our needs, or the needs of our partner, which have been suppressed or expressed only partially, due to fear of fallout. One evocative and disturbing midrash provides a springboard for two psychologically proven ways we can use the inevitable conflicts between us and our partners – in a normative good-willed relationship – to bring us to richer, more intimate, more loving connections. Following the podcast (19:55) Leon and Matti discuss the exterior of the building and how it fosters connections between people.



    Production Credits:

    Rabbi Leon Morris - Introduction and Interview

    Tovah Leah Nachmani - Podcast Host

    Matti Rosenshine - Podcast Guest

    Rabbi Michael Emerson - Creative Producer

    Rabbi Adam Titcher - Executive Producer

    • 28 Min.
    The Tent of Rivka – Considering the Connection Between the Temple and the Home

    The Tent of Rivka – Considering the Connection Between the Temple and the Home

    We are proud that Pardes's efforts to build a new facility in Jerusalem continue to move forward despite the challenges of the current moment. While most of us remain confined to our homes, a new home for our Torah, for our students and alumni, and for the vision of Jewish life we are promoting is coming to fruition, one day at a time.



    In this vein, we are excited to share Home is where the Torah is, the podcast recorded in our homes, and sent directly to yours. In this series, you will hear from six of our incredible teachers as they consider the various components that make up the concept of home and what makes a true home from a Jewish perspective. Rabbi Leon Morris will also have the opportunity to engage in conversation with the gifted architect of our new building Matti Rosenshine, as we think about the ways in which our new building will become our new collective home.



    The Tent of Rivka Episode Description (25m 53s):

    According to the Torah’s account, when our matriarch Sarah died her legacy was continued by her daughter-in-law Rivka. We will consider the elements (1:00) associated with Sarah’s proverbial tent, as they are described by the Midrash. Along the way, we will discover that to follow Sarah’s example is to transform our own homes into the most potent expression of God’s healing presence in the world. After the podcast (19:41), Rabbi Leon Morris and Matti Rosenshine discuss welcoming guests as a core value of the institution and new building.



    Production Credits:

    Rabbi Leon Morris - Introduction and Interview

    Rabbi Michael Hattin - Podcast Host

    Matti Rosenshine - Podcast Guest

    Rabbi Michael Emerson - Creative Producer

    Rabbi Adam Titcher - Executive Producer

    • 25 Min.
    The Home and the Marketplace

    The Home and the Marketplace

    We are proud that Pardes's efforts to build a new facility in Jerusalem continue to move forward despite the challenges of the current moment. While most of us remain confined to our homes, a new home for our Torah, for our students and alumni, and for the vision of Jewish life we are promoting is coming to fruition, one day at a time.



    In this vein, we are excited to share Home is where the Torah is, the podcast recorded in our homes, and sent directly to yours. In this series, you will hear from six of our incredible teachers as they consider the various components that make up the concept of home and what makes a true home from a Jewish perspective. Rabbi Leon Morris will also have the opportunity to engage in conversation with the gifted architect of our new building Matti Rosenshine, as we think about the ways in which our new building will become our new collective home.



    The Home and the Marketplace Episode Description (26m 41s):

    In the Talmud there is a disagreement between two rabbinic figures whether or not it is permitted to teach Torah in the marketplace. In this podcast, Leah Rosenthal dives into this dispute and helps bring its understanding into our modern world. (0:56). After the lecture, (18:50) Rabbi Leon Morris and Matti Rosenshine discuss the challenges of transitioning between inside and outside spaces, and orientation.



    Production Credits:

    Rabbi Leon Morris - Introduction and Interview

    Leah Rosenthal - Podcast Host

    Matti Rosenshine - Podcast Guest

    Rabbi Michael Emerson - Creative Producer

    Rabbi Adam Titcher - Executive Producer

    • 26 Min.
    Mezuza – Our Best Selves at the Doorway

    Mezuza – Our Best Selves at the Doorway

    We are proud that Pardes's efforts to build a new facility in Jerusalem continue to move forward despite the challenges of the current moment. While most of us remain confined to our homes, a new home for our Torah, for our students and alumni, and for the vision of Jewish life we are promoting is coming to fruition, one day at a time.



    In this vein, we are excited to share Home is where the Torah is, the podcast recorded in our homes, and sent directly to yours. In this series, you will hear from six of our incredible teachers as they consider the various components that make up the concept of home and what makes a true home from a Jewish perspective. Rabbi Leon Morris will also have the opportunity to engage in conversation with the gifted architect of our new building Matti Rosenshine, as we think about the ways in which our new building will become our new collective home.



    Mezuza - Our Best Selves at the Doorway Episode Description (38m 21s):

    Together we will explore classical sources that offer insight into the nature of this mitzvah (1:00). What is it trying to teach us and how can the mezuza be a simple but critical tool to help become our best selves. After the lecture, (26:38) Rabbi Leon Morris and Matti Rosenshine discuss the concept of beauty in architecture and connection between spaces.



    Production Credits:

    Rabbi Leon Morris - Introduction and Interview

    Rabbi Zvi Hirschfied - Podcast Host

    Matti Rosenshine - Podcast Guest

    Rabbi Michael Emerson - Creative Producer

    Rabbi Adam Titcher - Executive Producer

    • 38 Min.
    The Windows of the Beit Midrash

    The Windows of the Beit Midrash

    We are proud that Pardes's efforts to build a new facility in Jerusalem continue to move forward despite the challenges of the current moment. While most of us remain confined to our homes, a new home for our Torah, for our students and alumni, and for the vision of Jewish life we are promoting is coming to fruition, one day at a time.



    In this vein, we are excited to share Home is where the Torah is, the podcast recorded in our homes, and sent directly to yours. In this series, you will hear from six of our incredible teachers as they consider the various components that make up the concept of home and what makes a true home from a Jewish perspective. Rabbi Leon Morris will also have the opportunity to engage in conversation with the gifted architect of our new building Matti Rosenshine, as we think about the ways in which our new building will become our new collective home.



    The Windows of the Beit Midrash Episode Description (31m 09s):

    "כי באור פניך נתת לנו תורת חיים"

    “By the Light of Your Face, You have given us Living Torah”

    Light and windows impact our experience so profoundly that they blur the boundaries between symbol and reality. (1:00)  The windows of the Temple serve as a prod to help us explore the kinds of windows we want to build in our homes and our holy communal spaces. Following the podcast, (24:10) Rabbi Leon Morris asks Matti Rosenshine about the importance of light in a building, and how an architect balances intimacy of space with transparency, and what the architect must do to properly include light in all intimate spaces.

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    Production Credits:

    Rabbi Leon Morris - Introduction and Interview

    Rabbi Dr. Meesh Hammer-Kossoy - Podcast Host

    Matti Rosenshine - Podcast Guest

    Rabbi Michael Emerson - Creative Producer

    Rabbi Adam Titcher - Executive Producer

    • 31 Min.
    Makom Kavuah, Choosing a Place for Prayer

    Makom Kavuah, Choosing a Place for Prayer

    We are proud that Pardes's efforts to build a new facility in Jerusalem continue to move forward despite the challenges of the current moment. While most of us remain confined to our homes, a new home for our Torah, for our students and alumni, and for the vision of Jewish life we are promoting is coming to fruition, one day at a time.



    In this vein, we are excited to share Home is where the Torah is, the podcast recorded in our homes, and sent directly to yours. In this series, you will hear from six of our incredible teachers as they consider the various components that make up the concept of home and what makes a true home from a Jewish perspective. Rabbi Leon Morris will also have the opportunity to engage in conversation with the gifted architect of our new building Matti Rosenshine, as we think about the ways in which our new building will become our new collective home.



    Makom Kavuah – Choosing a Place for Prayer. Episode Description (27m 58s):

    The Talmud states that a person should have a designated place for prayer. In this podcast, Levi Cooper explores different possibilities for understanding the notion of a set place, a makom kavuah, for prayer (1:02). The Maggid of Melbourne considers this directive from the unique angle of our times when our synagogues shuttered and we find ourselves forced to pray at home. After the lecture, (22:10) Rabbi Leon Morris and Matti Rosenshine discuss sacred space.



    Production Credits:

    Rabbi Leon Morris - Introduction and Interview

    Rabbi Dr. Levi Cooper - Podcast Host

    Matti Rosenshine - Podcast Guest

    Rabbi Michael Emerson - Creative Producer

    Rabbi Adam Titcher - Executive Producer

    • 27 Min.

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