116 episodes

Welcome to A Dash of Drash, a weekly podcast reflection on our world through the lens of Torah with Rabbi Marc Soloway and special guests.
Produced by Sari Levy. Open and closing music from "Nishmat" by Joey Weisenberg

Marc Soloway has been the Rabbi of Bonai Shalom Synagogue in Boulder, Colorado since 2004. Marc is a native of London, England where he was an actor and practitioner of complimentary medicine before training as a rabbi in London, Jerusalem and Los Angeles. He loves skiing, mountain biking, sacred music and milking goats.

Dash of Drash Rabbi Marc Soloway

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 16 Ratings

Welcome to A Dash of Drash, a weekly podcast reflection on our world through the lens of Torah with Rabbi Marc Soloway and special guests.
Produced by Sari Levy. Open and closing music from "Nishmat" by Joey Weisenberg

Marc Soloway has been the Rabbi of Bonai Shalom Synagogue in Boulder, Colorado since 2004. Marc is a native of London, England where he was an actor and practitioner of complimentary medicine before training as a rabbi in London, Jerusalem and Los Angeles. He loves skiing, mountain biking, sacred music and milking goats.

    For Episode 116: For the Living - From Auschwitz To Krakow

    For Episode 116: For the Living - From Auschwitz To Krakow

    Live from Krakow - Rabbi Greg Alexander from Cape Town, SA joins his old friend and study partner Rabbi Marc as they reflect on an extraordinary few days of riding and reconnecting following the 60 mile ride from Auschwitz to Krakow, Shabbat in Krakow, Ruah - the Jewish Cultural Festival and so much more!

    • 26 min
    Episode 115: The Violin Of Your Songs - A Poem for Jerusalem Day

    Episode 115: The Violin Of Your Songs - A Poem for Jerusalem Day

    Recorded on Yom Yerushalayim, Jerusalem Day - a complicated day politically, celebrating the capture of Jerusalem in 1967 from Jordan. Inspired by the chorus of Naomi Shemer's song Yerushalayim shel Zahav (Jerusalem of Gold), I wrote a poem called "I am a Violin for all your Songs," read here. May we see peace in Jerusalem in our lifetime!

    • 3 min
    Episode 114: Creativity #4 - Animals, especially dogs!

    Episode 114: Creativity #4 - Animals, especially dogs!

    Rev Pedro and Rabbi Marc continue their 7 part exploration of creation and creativity in this episode about animals, especially dogs and all that they bring us.

    • 26 min
    Episode 113: Creativity #3 - Cloak Of Shadows with Rev Pedro and Rabbi Marc

    Episode 113: Creativity #3 - Cloak Of Shadows with Rev Pedro and Rabbi Marc

    In this third episode on creation with Pedro and Marc, we reflect on the theme of darkness and shadow and how it plays into the creative process.

    • 20 min
    Episode 112: Creativity #2 - Poetry with Rev Pedro and Rabbi Marc

    Episode 112: Creativity #2 - Poetry with Rev Pedro and Rabbi Marc

    Pedro and Marc delve deeper into creativity focusing on the power of poetry. They each share one of their own poems and someone else's and discuss the rich world of words.

    • 28 min
    Episode 111: Creativity #1 with Rev Pedro and Rabbi Marc

    Episode 111: Creativity #1 with Rev Pedro and Rabbi Marc

    Pedro, a Black pastor, and Marc, a white rabbi are embarking on a creative adventure together, based on their friendship and musings on art, religion, justice and love inspired by the relationship between Rev Martin Luther King Junior and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel. As they work on developing a performance piece together, they reflect on the process in 7 episodes, mirroring the 7 days of creation

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Noah Goldstein ,

Uplifting and Meaningful

Rabbi Marc Soloway is an incredible person with a huge heart, keen mind, and delightful voice. This podcast offers thoughtful exploration of pertinent issues with deep Jewish insights.

S-Paul-Finn ,

A dose of wisdom and meaning

Listening to Rabbi Marc is like listening to a wise and humble sage in a village of old. He speaks from his heart and offers his teachings from a place of pure offering, drawing from the depths of traditional Judaism while making it relevant and accessible to our modern souls in modern times.

BoisePodcastQueen ,

Drash: A gentle soul and sharp mind

Most podcasts raise my blood pressure, but even when the topics are serious the Rabbi's calming voice and rational approach leave me soothed as well as better informed/more thoughtful. Thanks for taking the time to produce this podcast!

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