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The Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts Collection gives you the opportunity to listen and enjoy to all the Torah & Insights from Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe in one feed. The The Parsha Podcast, Jewish History Podcast, The Mitzvah Podcast, This Jewish Life, TORAH 101 and The Ethics Podcast in one convenient place. Enjoy!

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The Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts Collection gives you the opportunity to listen and enjoy to all the Torah & Insights from Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe in one feed. The The Parsha Podcast, Jewish History Podcast, The Mitzvah Podcast, This Jewish Life, TORAH 101 and The Ethics Podcast in one convenient place. Enjoy!

    Parsha: Behar - The Jubilant 50's (5782)

    Parsha: Behar - The Jubilant 50's (5782)

    Being a farmer in antiquity was a hard job. Without any mechanized tools and plows, farming demanded a great deal of sweat and toil. But what choice did you have? If you want to feed your family, you need to work the land. Then comes the Shemitah. Every 7th year, the farmers in the Land are barred from working the field. For one year, the Land must lay fallow. Adhering to this mitzvah demands a great deal of faith and spiritual fortitude. But there is more: every 50th year is the Yovel where for the second year in a row, working the Land was prohibited. In this special edition of the Parsha Podcast, we take a deep dive into the fascinating and the mysterious subject of Yovel. Buckle up, because this podcast will plow (sic) your mind!
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    TORAH 101: The Timeline of Resurrection

    TORAH 101: The Timeline of Resurrection

    It is hard enough for us to keep track of what happens to us in our lifetime; what happens after we die is truly a mystery. But there are timelines that are even murkier: what happens after Messiah? How does the Resurrection unfold? Is Resurrection a one-time thing or are there many different resurrections? What happens to this world when the clock hits the year 6000? Our Sages just tell us that this world can only endure for 6,000 years. That is the endpoint. What happens next? In this very interesting podcast we explore the timeline of Resurrection: we learn about how the era of Messiah leads to the era of Resurrection, we discover the idea of the Great and Awesome day of judgment, and we venture a little bit into the mysterious notion of the seventh millennium, and the 8th, and the 9th, and the 10th.
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    • 49 min
    Parshas Behar (Rebroadcast)

    Parshas Behar (Rebroadcast)

    At Mount Sinai, the Almighty instructed Moshe to convey a series of laws to the Jewish people. The first is the mitzvah of Shemittah, the prohibition of engaging in any agricultural work every seven years. What is the lesson inherent in this mitzvah and what are the consequences of transgressing it?
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    • 58 min
    Parsha: Emor - Simulated Martyrdom

    Parsha: Emor - Simulated Martyrdom

    Humans have a very important role to play in God's world. The Almighty created a world in which He is obfuscated. It is possible to live a whole life without acknowledging the one, singular reality of existence: God. The world was designed with the capacity for that reality being ignored. But we are here to change that. Our national mission is to sanctify the name of God - to publicize His existence and Dominion. That is the mission that Abraham embarked upon and that is what we have been dedicated towards ever since. This requirement - to sanctify the Name of God and not to, Heaven forbid, desecrate it - is featured in our Parsha and is a central element of our religion. But how exactly do we sanctify God's name? What can we do practically to publicize the name of God, to change the trajectory of the world? In this parsha, and in this this very fascinating (if lengthy) Parsha podcast, we discover some very interesting and powerful answers.
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    This podcast is dedicated in loving memory and leilui nishmas Shmuel Rephael Ben Refael, Sam Mizraji, of blessed memory. 
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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Parsha: Emor - Spiritual Fingerprint (5782)

    Parsha: Emor - Spiritual Fingerprint (5782)

    The Kohanic family is the most prestigious and sanctified family in our nation. Direct descendants of the legendary Aaron, this family was consecrated as the priests of our nation. They oversee the temple and its operations, they do the service of the Temple, they process the sacrifices - they are the spiritual leaders of our people. Given their stature, they are bound by laws that apply to no other people. Our Parsha begins with two of those laws, namely the laws governing who they can and cannot marry, and the laws governing to which deceased people they can and cannot become impure. There is one very rare and unique scenario that seems totally inexplicable: the requirement for the Kohein, and even the Kohein Gadol, to render themselves impure by burying an unattended corpse. When we scrutinize this law we find something really interesting.
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    The Infinity of Torah

    The Infinity of Torah

    The Torah is effectively infinite. It is longer than the land and broader than the seas. God is infinite and unfathomable; He gave us His Torah in order for us to connect with Him. Torah is, in fact, accessible to us, but we never arrive at the end point of Torah. It's infinite. Moreover, the deeper someone immerses themselves into the vast seas of Torah, the deeper they discover it to be. In this very special podcast, we explore some striking examples of the infinity of the Torah.
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    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

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68 Ratings

68 Ratings

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Over the last several years I have been learning Torah and all aspects of Jewish life through Rabbi Wolbe’s podcasts. He is clear, concise and intuitive. I wish his podcasts were available when I was in Hebrew school many years ago. He has taught me more about who we are, how we were made as a people and what it really means to be Jewish in a few years than any amount of Jewish education available when I was growing up. Thanks Rabbi for what you do and hope you continue to teach more Jews around the world.

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Thank you so much Rabbi

Thank you so much for this podcast Rabbi Wolbe - you are a great man and bring a light to those of us who are far away and on the go. Can’t begin to express how important this is to me- your delivery and your message are exceptional! May gods blessing be with you, your family, Torch and the community as a whole!

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