Category: Jewish History

Jewish History Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Podcasts Politics Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

Jewish History Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Podcasts Politics of Exclusion in Judaism

Jewish History Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Lectures Podcasts Politics of Exclusion in Judaism Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

Jewish History Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Podcasts Random Acts of Scholarship Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah Who's Who in the Talmud

Jewish History Podcasts Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah Who's Who in the Talmud

Jewish History Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Podcasts Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah Who's Who in the Talmud

Jewish History Jewish Law / Halakha Judaism Podcasts Politics of Exclusion in Judaism Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

Jewish History Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Podcasts Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah Who's Who in the Talmud

Jewish History Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Podcasts Politics of Exclusion in Judaism Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah

By popular request I started recording my classes. While I’m currently in the middle of a series called The Politics of Exclusion in Judaism where we define Who is a Jew by who doesn’t make the cut. We started months ago with Biblical Sources, followed up by Rabbinic sources, and we’re currently in the middle of going through Rambam’s Hilkhot Teshuva. Today’s class covered Hilkhot Teshuva 3:9, discussing Maimonides’ two types of “Rebels” which would cause a person to lose their share in the World to Come.

Jewish History Jewish Law / Halakha Jewish Thought, Theology, and Machshava Judaism Podcasts Politics of Exclusion in Judaism Sermons, Lectures, and Divrei Torah