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Rabbi Dovid Katz, PhD is lauded for his extensive knowledge of Jewish History, his engaging and insightful lecture series, and eye opening historical international tours.
Follow him weekly. New content released each week, including Personalities in Jewish History, Insights into Tefillah and Perspectives on the Haftarah and Parshah. Sponsorships of podcasts are available. He can be reached at the following email: email@example.com.
Isaiah and the curse of toxic discourse
How were Isaiah's lips טָמֵא?
The History of Jewish Political (Coercive) Communities: The 150 year Hiatus and its consequences
Can fair coercive structures be established in our times in the frum world? Should they?
Is unity more important than mitzvah-observance?
Was the Torah originally supposed to be given on the Egyptian border?
Tefilin: Its Historical Context and Why it’s Integral to Tefilah?
What does it mean that Tefilin represents יחודו ואחדותו?
The Water Problem in the Desert: Why Didn’t HaShem Just Make it Rain Every Day Over the Jewish camp?
Was it a well? Or was it a "river" generated by the rock G-d "stood on"? A difficult story.
Was Deborah a Member of the Sanhedrin? Or a Sought-After Arbitrator? (Haftarah Beshalach)
Was Yael forbidden to her husband after her involvement with Sisera?
One of a kind!
The Rabbi has a tremendous breadth of both Torah and History and he is interesting to listen to!!!
Fantastic broad knowledge in history
I am always amazed by the broad knowledge of history which Rabbi Katz shares with us. He has unique knowledge and a unique way of conveying it to his listeners.
Most Engaging Jewish History Lecturer of Our Time
Rabbi Katz is simply the best Jewish History speaker today. His breadth, depth, illustrative examples, and insights are unmatched. Can you really say you understand Jewish history if you haven’t heard Rabbi Katz?
I had the good fortune of learning Jewish History under Rabbi Katz in high school, and was floored by our luck at having a world class lecturer coming every week to our class of 15 students to teach us about Tanach. I am very pleased to be able to continue hearing his message several times weekly, and I am pleased it is being shared with an even broader audience thanks to the Podcast medium.