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Pardes from Jerusalem features a weekly discussion using Torah, Talmud and other Jewish texts to explain themes from the weekly Torah portion. The Pardes faculty is featured each week. For more information about all Pardes programs and events visit www.pardes.org.il.

Pardes from Jerusale‪m‬ Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies

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Pardes from Jerusalem features a weekly discussion using Torah, Talmud and other Jewish texts to explain themes from the weekly Torah portion. The Pardes faculty is featured each week. For more information about all Pardes programs and events visit www.pardes.org.il.

    Yom HaZikaron/Yom HaAtzmaut 5781: Recognizing, Honoring and Cultivating Israel’s “Radical Otheness.”

    Yom HaZikaron/Yom HaAtzmaut 5781: Recognizing, Honoring and Cultivating Israel’s “Radical Otheness.”

    A teaching from Rabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo addressing Israel's uniqueness among the global community. He shares his thoughts on the paradox of Israel’s reality: as long as it insists on its vocation of uniqueness, it will enjoy security and undoubtedly be victorious.

    This podcast is sponsored by Zara 4.5, Jules Scarlett 2.5, and their parents Sacha Litman and Rochelle Behrens in memory of their grandfather, Jack T. Litman, z”l on his 11th Yahrzeit. His only regret was to not have had the opportunity to meet his grandchildren.

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    Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write to us at elmad@pardes.org.il. We appreciate you leaving us a review with 5-stars if you enjoy these podcasts.



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    Credits

    Yiscah Smith - Faculty and Host for Pardes from Jerusalem

    Rabbi Adam Titcher – Lead Consultant and Producer

    Arlene Harel – Faculty Coordinator

    • 19 Min.
    Tazria Metzora 5781 – the Messiness of Life

    Tazria Metzora 5781 – the Messiness of Life

    The book of Vayikra introduces us to a whole new lexicon of terms for our spiritual life. This podcast introduces the ideas of tumah and taharah - purity and impurity - and illuminates some of their aspects through two examples from Tazria-Metzora.

    Sponsored by Emily Simon

    in honor of the loving memory of her mother, Devorah Baila bat Herschel v'Chasha Gittel











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    Credits

    Rav Mike Feuer - Faculty and Host for Pardes from Jerusalem

    Rabbi Adam Titcher – Lead Consultant and Producer

    Arlene Harel – Faculty Coordinator



















     

    Shemini 5781 – Vayidom Aharon: Learning to Live With the Unimaginable

    Shemini 5781 – Vayidom Aharon: Learning to Live With the Unimaginable

    Aharon's sons, Nadav and Avihu, make a tragic mistake during the inauguration of the mishkan and it costs them their lives. When Moshe attempts to console Aharon, the Torah reports that Aharon was silent. How do we interpret this reaction? What was contained within this silence?

    Sources: Vayikra 10:3, Vayikra 10:16-20, Shemot 4:14-17, Breishit 18:25, Breishit 37:35, Shemot 32:11, Yechezkel 24:17



    Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write to us at elmad@pardes.org.il. We appreciate you leaving us a review with 5-stars if you enjoy these podcasts.



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    Credits

    Rabbi Michael Emerson - Faculty and Host for Pardes from Jerusalem

    Rabbi Adam Titcher – Lead Consultant and Producer

    Arlene Harel – Faculty Coordinator

    • 21 Min.
    Passover 5781: How The Rabbis Saved Passover

    Passover 5781: How The Rabbis Saved Passover

    A look at the enormous challenges presented in the post Temple era in reformulating a Temple based holiday into something of meaning and why there is an unfinished passage in the Haggada.

    Sources: Mishna Pesachim Chapter 10, 1-5, 8-9 / Tosefta Pesachim Chapter 10, 1, 4, 5 / Deuteronomy 26:5-8



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    Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write to us at elmad@pardes.org.il. We appreciate you leaving us a review with 5-stars if you enjoy these podcasts.



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    Credits

    Rabbanit Nechama Goldman Barash - Faculty and Host for Pardes from Jerusalem

    Rabbi Adam Titcher – Lead Consultant and Producer

    Arlene Harel – Faculty Coordinator

    • 25 Min.
    Tzav 5781 – Shabbat HaGadol – Freedom and Letting Go of Control

    Tzav 5781 – Shabbat HaGadol – Freedom and Letting Go of Control

    What does Freedom look like? When does a transforming process of freedom involve the pursuit of more control in our lives and the tightening of the reins of our grasp on our existence? And when does the pursuit of real freedom depend on seeking less control?

    Seven insights from the Haggada and meaningful questions to ponder for seder night mirror the movement from slavery to freedom in our individual and international lives today.

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    Finish strong with the Passover Challenge and download the Pardes Daily App today!



    Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write to us at elmad@pardes.org.il. We appreciate you leaving us a review with 5-stars if you enjoy these podcasts.



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    Credits

    Tovah Leah Nachmani - Faculty and Host for Pardes from Jerusalem

    Rabbi Adam Titcher – Lead Consultant and Producer

    Arlene Harel – Faculty Coordinator

    • 24 Min.
    Vayikra 5781: Because I Want to: The Semi-Regimented Spiritual Models of Olot, Menachot and Zevach Shelamim

    Vayikra 5781: Because I Want to: The Semi-Regimented Spiritual Models of Olot, Menachot and Zevach Shelamim

    The rabbis tended to focus on the communal daily Tamid sacrifice as a spiritual model for prayer, but Vayikra puts the individual voluntary sacrifices front and center. By doing so, the Torah emphasizes the importance of choice and volunteerism in Jewish spiritual practice.

    Sources: Vayikra 1, Vayikra 2, Vayikra 3, Dvarim 16:16-17, Brachot 26a,  Hagiga 1:2, Hagiga 1:5



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    Get started with the Passover Challenge and download the Pardes Daily App today!



    Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write to us at elmad@pardes.org.il. We appreciate you leaving us a review with 5-stars if you enjoy these podcasts.



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    Credits

    Rabbi Dr. Meesh Hammer-Kossoy - Faculty and Host for Pardes from Jerusalem

    Rabbi Adam Titcher – Lead Consultant and Producer

    Arlene Harel – Faculty Coordinator

    • 20 Min.

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