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My minyan will likely want to keep broadcasting on Zoom after the pandemic is over and we are back in person. As someone who doesn’t use technology on Shabbat, what does that mean for me? Should I decline to lead or read Torah or have an aliyah knowing that it is being broadcast? JewishPublicMedia · […] The post How Will We Return to Running Minyan…
 
This month we’re talking with Dr. Rachel B. Gross about her new book, Beyond the Synagogue: Jewish nostalgia as religious practice. And for our second segment we’re talking about Shiva Baby, a new film written and directed by Emma Seligman. Beyond the Synagogue We’re joined by Dr. Rachel B. Gross to talk about her new […] The post Beyond the Synago…
 
This month we're interviewing Rabbi Minna Bromberg about Fat Torah and their work in fat activism and ending weight stigma in the Jewish community. And for our second segment we're talking about fake food--by which we mean pareve foods like fake meat, fake cheese, fake ice cream--inspired in part by the passing of David Mintz, the founder of Tofutt…
 
In this episode, we discuss the complexities of desire in a sexual relationship, the varying views Judaism has taken on the innate desires of different sexes, and what individuals can do to improve their sex lives. Then, we interview our very own Dr. Bat Sheva Marcus about her new book “Sex Points: Reclaim Your Sex Life with the […] The post Sex an…
 
This month we’re talking about Crossing Delancey, a film that’s new to us, as we honor the memory of Joan Micklin Silver, the director, who recently died. And for our second segment we’re talking about the recent conspiracy theory exposed by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green, that California forest fires were started by space lasers financed […] The post …
 
In this episode, we explore a fascinating text that states that the greater the person (in Torah), the greater his yetzer (lust). What is the correlation here, and how might the cloistered experience of rabbis be a factor? The post The Yetzer of “Great Men” (Sukkah 52a) appeared first on Jewish Public Media.…
 
The rollout of a vaccine involves trying to answer impossible questions about prioritizing one life over another. What Jewish values are in play when thinking about this? What is my personal responsibility once the vaccine was offered to me, even if I don’t think it’s strictly necessary for me to take it? Tune in to […] The post I’ve Been Offered t…
 
This month we’re making some predictions. How will the Jewish community, and Jewish communal life, change in this year as we (hopefully) transition out of covid-isolation. And for our second segment we’re talking about the prayer for our country. As politics and violence rage around us, how do we pray for our country, and what […] The post Jewish L…
 
In this episode, we discuss the complexities, both halachic and interpersonal, of sexual fantasies. We ask: Are they good or bad for a relationship? Are they halakhically permitted or forbidden? Should they be shared with one’s partner, or kept to oneself? Then, we sit down with Noa Fleischacker and Hannah Barg to talk about their podcast […] The p…
 
This week on Responsa Radio: Can the essence of obligation to visit the sick and comfort mourners really be fulfilled over Zoom? How are we to fulfill our (interpersonal) obligations while keeping ourselves safe and without making this pandemic worse? Tune in to learn from Rabbi Ethan Tucker and Rabbi Avi Killip as they dive […] The post Can the es…
 
This month we’re talking about The Gett: A Young Wife’s Tale, a new play written by Liba Vaynberg and directed by Daniella Topol, available on Youtube. And for our second segment we’re talking about Jewish gift giving practices. The Gett The Gett: A Young Wife’s Tale Gift Giving Mimi Stadler Pottery The Dream of Scipio […] The post “The Gett: A You…
 
In this episode, we reflect on the complexities of long term relationships, as we examine three stories about Talmudic couples experiencing timeless challenges. The post Peas, Lentils, and the Complications of Long Term Relationships (Yevamot 63a-b) appeared first on Jewish Public Media.Por Jewish Public Media (All Feeds)
 
How should parents and educators talk about sex to teens and young adults? What is the role of halakha in these conversations, and how do we deal with cases when one’s sexual ethics are in conflict with halakha? Then, we chat with popular instagrammer “Holy__Shid” about her innovative matchmaking technique on social media, discuss her take […] The …
 
Ever wanted to know the answer to some deep and challenging questions in halakhah (Jewish Law)? Join Rabbis Ethan Tucker, Avi Killip, with questions sent in by you on all sorts of details of Jewish law. This is a joint project between the Center for Jewish Law and Values and Jewish Public Media. In This […] The post Responsa Radio #71: Can I staff …
 
This month we’re talking about a new online training to become a mikveh guide from Mayyim Hayyim. For that segment we’ll be joined by Jessica Rosenberg, the director of the Rising Tide Open Waters Mikveh Network from Mayyim Hayyim. And for our second segment we’ll be reflecting on the life and legacy of Justice Ruth […] The post Mayyim Hayyim and R…
 
In this episode, we discuss how parents should talk with their young children around issues that relate to sex, body parts, physical touch, and more – what language and tone one should use, at what age should certain topics be raised, and how do we balance these conversations with our values and with concerns for […] The post Sex Education, Part 1 …
 
This month we’re talking about An American Pickle, and for our second segment we’re talking about politics in shul. How and how much, if at all, should politics show up in our prayer communities? Endorsements Mimi endorses Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, and Tinyletter.com/Pome, and Things to Do In the Belly of the Whale […] The post An American …
 
In this bonus episode, our hosts reflect on wrapping up their fifth season of the Joy of Text, reminisce about some of their favorite episodes, and look forward to next season. Thank you to all of our longtime listeners for sticking with us, and thank you to all of our new listeners for joining us […] The post BONUS EPISODE: Reflections on Five Yea…
 
This month we’re talking about creative ways different jewish communities are and should celebrate the High Holidays, with the spectre of covid-19 making many traditional services too dangerous. And for our second segment we’re talking about our favorite representations of Judaism on TV. Endorsements Mimi endorses Campfires and Color Wars Jewish Ge…
 
This month we’re talking about the Resource Generation with Kate Poole and Jessica Rosenberg for our first segment. And for our second segment we’re talking about different sources around giving tzedakah as we think about our own giving philosophies. Resource Generation Resource Generation describes itself as “a multiracial membership community of …
 
We now have the potential to control the sizes of our families more than ever before. In this episode, we discuss family planning and ask what exercising this control says about our approaches to family life and sex, and how this freedom can be balanced with our halachic obligations to have children and raise a […] The post The Family Planning Epis…
 
This month we’re talking to Tema Smith about the current Black Lives Matter protests, and how the Jewish community has been and should be working for racial justice. And for our second segment we’re talking with Nissa Mai-Rose about a recent uproar around determining how many Jewish people are also People of Color. Tema Smith […] The post Black Liv…
 
This month we’re talking to Philissa Cramer, the new editor in chief of JTA. For our second segment we’re talking about a short film called Broken Bird. Show Notes JTA JTA.org Broken Bird Broken Bird is a moving coming of age film about a black jewish teen by Ariella Kaplan in alma Rachel Harrison Gordon […] The post Philissa Cramer & Broken Bird a…
 
In this episode, we sit down with award-winning producer, filmmaker and actor, Michal Birnbaum, who most recently played the Kallah teacher on the Netflix hit series, Unorthodox. We talk about her portrayal of the character, how she prepared for the role of a Kallah teacher in an Ultra-Orthodox community, and much more! The post BONUS EPISODE: Inte…
 
In this episode, we discuss the complexities of changes in our sex lives through different life stages. We look at how couples can spice up their private life when youthful signals like Mikveh night fade away, and when different aspects of life might get in the way of intimacy. Then, we sit down with Bracha Bard-Wigder, […] The post Sexuality Throu…
 
This month we’re talking to Hila Ratzabi, a writer and editor based in Israel, about Etty Hillesum, a Jewish writer, academic and diarist who lived in Amsterdam during World War II, and was killed in a concentration camp. For our second segment we’re talking about cleaning for Passover. So for our first topic we’re joined […] The post Hila Ratzabi …
 
This month we talked to Rabbanit Dasi Fruchter, the leader of a new Modern Orthodox shul in Philadelphia called The South Philadelphia Shtiebel. And for our second topic we’re talking about Debbie Friedman, her impact on Jewish music, and on us personally, on the occasion of her ninth yahrzeit. Dasi Fruchter South Philly’s historic Jewish […] The p…
 
In this episode we look at a passage from the Zohar which seems to put the woman in charge of the sexual relationship, and we ask the question: what does sleeping on rocks, flattery and apes have to do with all this? The post Whispering Sweet Nothings? (Zohar I:49a-b) appeared first on Jewish Public Media.…
 
This week on Responsa Radio: Why do rabbis “turn converts away three times”? As a non-rabbi, and in our day and age, what can and should I do as I interact with non-Jews who are deepening their interest in Judaism? Tune in to learn from Rabbi Ethan Tucker and Rabbi Avi Killip. The post Why Don’t Jews Proselytize? …Can They? appeared first on Jewish…
 
This episode is a re-release, and was originally recorded at Limmud NY in 2016. In this episode, Dr. Marcus and Rabbi Linzer tackle female masturbation and interview Miryam Kabakov about Eshel, a group for LGBT Orthodox Jews. In the Q&A: is it permissible to talk “dirty”? The post (Re-Release) Does Sexting Lead to Mixed Dancing? appeared first on J…
 
This week on Responsa Radio: I’m learning Hebrew, and loving it. But I’m stuck when it comes to praying from the siddur–it takes forever! Which is more important: reading the prayers in their original language, or reading them in a language I actually understand? Tune in to learn from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan […] The post If I can pronounce…
 
This month our first topic is Covered Up, a documentary about wearing a wig by director Rachel Elitzur. For our second segment we’re talking about a recent episode of This American Life that featured a segment about the Chabad community in Crown Heights in a not so flattering way. Covered Up Covered Up trailer: The […] The post Talking in Shul Ep. …
 
Kissing as a spiritual experience? In this episode, we explore a cryptic text of the Zohar about the deeper meaning of a kiss. If you would like to learn it yourself, check out Zohar 2:124B. The post Kissing as a Spiritual Experience (Zohar 2:124B) appeared first on Jewish Public Media.Por Kissing as a Spiritual Experience (Zohar 2:124B)
 
What are the halakhic and emotional issues associated with infertility and the Jewish community? In this episode, we explore the question of fertility treatments and the mitzvah to procreate, and what allowances halakha makes for undergoing such treatments on Shabbat and the halakhic category that applies in this case (is the person sick? Are they …
 
Meeting your Bashert (Soulmate) on Yom Kipper? We are kicking off the first mini-text episode of the season with a Mishnah in Taanit, which sheds some light on the nature of Yom Kipper with an interesting ancient custom that young, single, Jewish women performed in the times of the Gemara. To learn the text yourself, […] The post Meeting Your Bashe…
 
This month our first topic is The Spy, a new show starring Sacha Baron Cohen on Netflix. And our second topic is Psalms, or tehillim. How do we approach this mainstay of women’s prayer? Further reading The Spy The real story behind ‘The Spy,’ Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Netflix series by Josefin Dolsten in JTAThe […] The post The Spy and Psalms appeare…
 
With the High Holidays quickly approaching it is time for us to take stock of our year. How should we approach teshuva, repentance, when the misdeeds are complicated and we cannot be confident we will change our future behavior? Is Teshuvah out of the question? Is there a more nuanced way for us to approach […] The post The Teshuvah and Guilt Episo…
 
This month our first topic is apologies. We’re joined by Miriam Steinberg-Egeth, a Jewish advice columnist in Philadelphia to discuss what makes a good apology? What makes a bad apology? As we approach the High Holidays, how are we reflecting on the public and private apologies we want to make and are seeing around us? […] The post Apologies and Go…
 
We’re back with more from Responsa Radio, this time asking the question: How do we use space during Yom Kippur services? Tune in to find out more from Rabbi Avi Killip and Rabbi Ethan Tucker. The post How Do We Use Space During Yom Kippur Services? appeared first on Jewish Public Media.Por Jewish Public Media (All Feeds)
 
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