In the Eighteenth episode of The JCast Journey, host Darone Ruskay talks about the question of what is a podcasts “point of view” and how to make sure that all of his hosts have their own distinct points of view. Darone discusses the question of how to respond to people who approach him and want […]
In the fifth episode of Verse Per Verse, Amichai explores Chayei Sarah, Genesis Chapter 24 Verse 63. What do you think “lasuach” means? This is the only time in the torah that the word is used, and there is a great debate in the translation as to its meaning. Could it be to meditate? To Have a conversation? To Bow Down? Hear what Amichai thinks, and then explore your feeling about the word.
In the Sixth episode of Rega Shel Ivrit (A Moment of Hebrew), host and Master teacher Michal Nachmany continues to explore “Alef” words. Among others, Michal teaches the words: •Avak•Avak Sraifa •Agadah•Egrof What do they mean? Well, listen to the podcast to find out. We hope that you will join us again for future episodes. If there are […]
In the fourth episode of Verse Per Verse, Amichai continues his exploration of Genesis and the stories in Vayera. This week Amichai explores the translations of the words Eden & Edna. We hope you will get pleasure listening to this podcast, and wonder if it will be of the earthly or orgasmic kind.
In Episode Sixteen of The Tisch Rabbi Michael Rose Knopf invites us to join him in his weekly tisch at Har Zion Temple in Penn Valley, PA. According to Rabbi Moses Cordovero, God looks for the goodness in all of us, even (and especially) when we appear not to demonstrate it. God focuses on the good […]
In the Seventeenth episode of The JCast Journey, host Darone Ruskay shares a conversation he had with a Rabbi who has a blog on a blogging platform other then JCast Network. Darone discusses the benefits of being on a network rather then amidst the hidden blogs of a standing blogging platform, his changing thoughts about […]
In the third episode of Verse Per Verse, Amichai reads into chapter 15 of Genesis at the story of Lech Lecha. Amichai explores how Avram (translated as Great Father) had such trouble becoming a Father at all. Amichai then explores the word in verse 13 Ger, which is translated in many ways including Stranger, Alien, Servant. Would you have agreed to allow your children be Gerim for 400 years if that was the cost to have a family?