Adas Israel - the evolution of a historic synagogue September 24, 2012

"... ‘It’s teshuvah,’ says Steinlauf, ‘returning to the essence of Judaism to engage us in human life.’ It’s a paradigm shift — not Judaism as an object that we bend ourselves to, that is uncomfortable and inaccessible to those who are not familiar. But rather, ‘Judaism as technology, to be used by you to get you back to yourself as your truest self. ‘It’s about evolution — transforming the role the synagogue plays in life.

Yom Kippur - Wisdom of the Holidays with Rabbi Irwin Kula September 19, 2012

Rabbi Irwin Kula talks about Yom Kippur, the day of atonement and the opportunity we have to examine the the palette, texture, composition and perspective that shapes our lives. It is also a time to increase our awareness of the artist...

The Wisdom of the Holidays series was made possible by a grant from Odyssey Networks.
Produced and directed by Diva Communications.

Brad Hirschfield on Collective Responsibility and Violence in the Name of Belief September 19, 2012

Rabbi Brad Hirschfield talks about the ongoing violence world wide in response to the hateful youtube video about Islam.

From The Jay Caldwell Show on WJON,

Rosh Hashanah 2012 -- God gives second chances and we should, too. September 19, 2012

"The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, isn’t just for Jews. It is a Jewish celebration to be sure; one with roots going back to the Hebrew Bible, but it celebrates something fundamental to all human beings — the need for second chances...."

By Rabbi Brad Hirschfield from Fox, 9/15/12

Rosh Hashana: A Spiritual Wake Up Call September 19, 2012

Rabbi Irwin Kula talks about the significance of Rosh Hashana; the Shofar calls out to each of us to wake up and attend to our lives, to make sure that we become aware of the other levels of meaning in our lives.

The Wisdom of the Holidays series was made possible by a grant from Odyssey Networks.
Produced and directed by Diva Communications.

Romney imploding or simply sharing unpopular truths? September 19, 2012

Rabbi Brad Hirschfield responds to questions on topics of the day. On topic: It is unclear how Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s remarks in a video from a campaign fundraiser will affect his campaign. Should comments not intended for public consumption play a role in our assessment of the candidate who made them? What about their public responses once their original comments are made public?

Brad Hirschfield on Romney's Bid for More Support from Jewish Voters September 14, 2012

Brad Hirschfield joined Stuart Varney to discuss whether President Obama will lose support from Jewish voters in November.

Varney & Co., 9/14/12
From Fox Business Network

Understanding Rosh Hashanah 2012 / 5773 September 13, 2012

"Six things that will help you make sense of the Jewish New Year, which begins sundown on Sunday...."


From Brad Hirschfield’s blog in the Washington Post’s "On Faith" Column — For God’s Sake

Elul 26: Choose Life by Blu and Yitz Greenberg September 13, 2012

"Judaism is all about life – love of life, reverence for life, building new life. But life also brings death. The pessimist says, “You begin dying the moment you are born,” not only referring to the steady decline of our own lives but also the universe around us. We consume resources to clothe, feed, educate, and protect; we use up animals, plants, water and air as we spiral along the continuum from birth to death.

Brad Hirschfield on Religious Violence in Libya, Egypt, Yemen and Iran September 13, 2012

Rabbi Brad Hirschfield speaks with Chuck Morse about the the need to better address the problem of religious violence in light of the murder of Ambassador Stevens and two others in Libya, and violent reactions, possibly related to the anti-Islam film, in Egypt, Yemen and Iran.


From Chuck Morse Speaks on Blogtalk Radio

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