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Broadcasting from Camp Ramah in the Berkshires. We are the soundtrack for each summer! Our air is filled with shows produced by and for the campers!

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Broadcasting from Camp Ramah in the Berkshires. We are the soundtrack for each summer! Our air is filled with shows produced by and for the campers!

LISTEN LIVE: http://KolRamah.us

    Parsha Talk Rosh Hashannah 2020

    Parsha Talk Rosh Hashannah 2020

    As 5780 winds to a close and we begin to usher in 5781, I wanted to express my gratitude to my chaveirim, Rabbis Eliot Malomet and Jeremy Kalmanofsky. For the last 6 months we have met once a week on Zoom to reprise our camp radio show Parashah Talk. For me personally, the opportunity to connect to my good buddies in the non-camp season has been one of the decided pluses of covid19. While I often study Torah alone, Torah study is actually a team sport, and I am thankful that I am part of a team that continues to meet and talk Torah. I hope this augurs well for the coming year!
    To all who observe, please accept my wishes for a Shabbat Shalom and a Shanah Tovah U-m'tukah, a good and sweet year. To everyone else, a great weekend! Rabbi Barry Chesler

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    Parsha Talk Nitzavim Vayelekh

    Parsha Talk Nitzavim Vayelekh

    This week is a double parashah, Nitzavim/Va-yelekh [Deuteronomy 29:9-31:30], but we didn't quite make it into Va-yelekh! We spent a fair amount of time on the opening verses of Nitzavim [29:9-14], especially verse 14, in considering who the people who were not standing with the Israelites on the east side of the Jordan were. We touched upon the classic verse Lo bashamayim hee [30:12] with nary a mention of the famous story about the Oven of Akhnai, which may be a first for us, or for rabbis anywhere!. And, we concluded with remarks about Rabbi Eliot Malomet's favorite verse in the Torah [30:19], where the Israelites have set before them the blessing and the curse, and are instructed to choose life, Together with Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky and Rabbi Barry Chesler this is this week's Parashah Talk. Give a listen!

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    Parsha Talk KiTavo 2020

    Parsha Talk KiTavo 2020

    Parashah Talk for Ki Tavo [Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8], featuring Rabbis Eliot Malomet and Jeremy Kalmanofsky and Barry Chesler in conversation about the weekly Torah reading, is now available. Give a listen as they discuss the range of meaning in the ritual of the first fruits [26:1-11], connecting it with God's promise to the Israelites in Exodus 6:6-8 and the cups of wine at the seder. We explore the nexus between storytelling and redemption and provide commentary on some verses of particular importance to us.
    Finally, we touch upon the blessings and the curses, and compare them to their appearance in Leviticus [chapter 26], attempting to wrest meaning for modern day Jews.

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    Parsha Talk Ki Tetzei 2020

    Parsha Talk Ki Tetzei 2020

    Parashat Ki Tetze [Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19] is known for its mitzvah density. 74 of the 613 commandments the rabbis located in the Torah [12%, for the mathematically inclined] are found in these few chapters. There are laws for all occasions. Give a listen as Rabbis Eliot Malomet, Jeremy Kalmonofky and Barry Chesler discuss some of them. Among those discussed are the ben sorer u-moreh (the stubborn and rebellious son) [21:18-21], levirate marriage [25:5-10], and the command to destroy Amalek [25:17-19]. Shabbat Shalom!

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    Parsha Talk Shoftim

    Parsha Talk Shoftim

    Our great show! The audio edition. Lots going on in the Parasha Talk this week for Parashat Shoftim. Join Rabbi Eliot Malomet, Rabbi Jeremy Kalmanofsky, and Rabbi Barry Chesler for an amazing talk. Dedicated to Yaakov Malomet and Gabi Wachs who are getting married this Sunday! Mazel Tov!

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    Parsha Talk Re'eh

    Parsha Talk Re'eh

    The latest edition of Parashah Talk, for Re'eh [Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17] is now available! Rabbis Eliot Malomet and Jeremy Kalmanofsky join Rabbi Barry Chesler in lively conversation about the choice between a blessing and a curse, the meaning of the metaphor of us as God's children. the Deuteronomic addition to the laws of the sabbatical year and how it might effect public policy, and the holiday calendar. Give a listen!

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