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The Rabbinic Journey Podcast is an exploration of my Rabbinate from the inside out. From reflections and sermons to interviews and discussions, I'm going to cover it all. Why? Because there is so much to explore!

Rabbinic Journey Podcast Rabbi Jeremy Markiz

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The Rabbinic Journey Podcast is an exploration of my Rabbinate from the inside out. From reflections and sermons to interviews and discussions, I'm going to cover it all. Why? Because there is so much to explore!

    2.24 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 4:3

    2.24 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 4:3

    Welcome back to the Rabbinic Journey Podcast
    This is the next episode in the #MondayMishnah series!
    Thank you for listening!
    Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/Take_Me_Higher_1626
    Text: Mishnah Brachot 4:3
    Rabban Gamliel says: Every day a person must pray eighteen [blessings of Shemoneh Esrei]. Rabbi Yehoshua says: [One may say] an abbreviated [form of the] eighteen [blessings]. Rabbi Akiva says: If his prayer is fluent in his mouth, he must say eighteen; and if it is not -- an abbreviated eighteen.

    • 3 min
    2.23 - Rambam's Mishneh Torah, Laws of Teshuvah Chapter 1

    2.23 - Rambam's Mishneh Torah, Laws of Teshuvah Chapter 1

    Welcome back to the Rabbinic Journey Podcast
    In this Facebook Live class, we study the first chapter of Rambam's Mishneh Torah, Hilchot Teshuvah (repentance). Beginning to explore this complex idea before the High Holy Days.
    Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FenSQ6LjF1k
    Thank you for listening!
    Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/Take_Me_Higher_1626
    Text: Mishneh Torah, Hilchot Teshuvah
    https://www.sefaria.org/Mishneh_Torah,_Repentance.1?lang=bi

    • 32 min
    2.22 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 4:2

    2.22 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 4:2

    Welcome back to the Rabbinic Journey Podcast
    This is the next episode in the #MondayMishnah series!
    Thank you for listening!
    Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/Take_Me_Higher_1626
    Text: Mishnah Brachot 4:2
    Rabbi Nechunya ben HaKanah would offer a brief prayer when he entered the study hall and when he left. They said to him: What is the nature of this prayer? He told them: Upon my entrance, I pray that no mishaps should occur because of me; and upon my departure, I offer thanksgiving for my portion.

    • 2 min
    2.21 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 4:1

    2.21 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 4:1

    Welcome back to the Rabbinic Journey Podcast
    This is the next episode in the #MondayMishnah series!
    Thank you for listening!
    Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/Take_Me_Higher_1626
    Text: Mishnah Brachot 4:1
    Shacharit [can be said] until midday. Rabbi Yehudah says until four hours into the day. Minchah [can be said] until the evening. Rabbi Yehudah says until the middle of the afternoon. Ma'ariv has no set time and Musaf can be said all day. Rabbi Yehudah says until seven hours into the day.

    • 3 min
    2.20 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 3:6

    2.20 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 3:6

    Welcome back to the Rabbinic Journey Podcast
    This is the next episode in the #MondayMishnah series!
    Thank you for listening!
    Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/Take_Me_Higher_1626
    Text: Mishnah Brachot 3:6
    A Zav [someone subject to a certain form of ritual impurity] who saw a seminal emission, and a Niddah [someone subject to a different form of ritual impurity] who discharged semen from sexual relations, and a woman having sexual relations who saw menstrual blood, require [ritual] immersion. And Rabbi Yehudah exempts them.

    • 2 min
    2.19 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 3:4

    2.19 - #MondayMishnah Brachot 3:4

    Welcome back to the Rabbinic Journey Podcast
    This is the next episode in the #MondayMishnah series!
    Thank you for listening!
    Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishes_Like_Old-Mans_Wishes/Take_Me_Higher_1626
    Text: Mishnah Brachot 3:4
    A Ba'al Keri [someone subject to a certain form of ritual impurity] should recite Shema in his mind and should not bless [its blessings whatsoever], not before and not after it. And on food he should bless after it and not bless before it. Rabbi Yehudah says: He should bless before and after them [Shema and food].

    • 2 min

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Jeremy is extremely engaging, his discussions on Judaism will appeal even to those that aren't that religious. Can't wait for more!

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