Rabbi Josh Yuter presents his framework for understanding the controversial topic of Egalitarianism in Judaism, using Biblical and Rabbinic Laws to define the parameters of the Torah’s ethical imperatives.
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Rabbi Yuter’s class series leaves for a summer hiatus with a discussion on Privacy in Judaism.
In this podcast Rabbi Yuter explores sources discussing how music may empower or degrade authentic Jewish practice and spirituality. Includes bonus discussion on kol isha
After technical difficulties in recording the public class, Rabbi Yuter returns to his “studio” to explore halakhic approaches to Abortion.
With the Sandy Hook tragedy reigniting the national debate on gun control, Rabbi Yuter discusses certain rabbinic sources relevant towards formulating a Jewish perspective.
Rabbi Josh Yuter’s Current Jewish Questions returns with a discussion how various forms of art are impacted by Jewish law.
Everyone knows the exclamation “Mazal Tov!” but the definition and role of the “mazal” in rabbinic thought is itself presents a fascinating range of perspectives of how God’s world operates.
In honor of Superbowl Sunday, Rabbi Yuter tackles the question of Jews enjoying the Big Game.