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“Then go in; shut the door, with you and your sons inside; and pour oil into all those containers; and as they are filled, put them aside.” The prophet Elisha cares for two widows in this week’s haftarah Vayera. Haftarah Vayera: 2 Kings 4:1-37 Other ... more
We open our renewed Torah cycle in Bereshit (In the beginning) with an academic comparison and contrast of the elements in the Torah with other creation stories. Torah Portion Bereshit: Genesis 1:1 – 6:8 Questions And Topics In This Podcast Who rebel... more
Join Yoel and Jeff Gilbert as we wrap up this year’s Torah cycle with Vezot Haberakhah (this is the blessing). Torah Portion Vezot Haberakhah: Deuteronomy 33:1 – 34:12 Questions And Topics In This Podcast Ending and Beginning the Torah Cycle Final Sp... more
I just listened to one episode and I’m hooked! Please come back and continue educating and teach!
When will this podcast start again? I miss it! 🥺
I thoroughly enjoy his insight into the tanakh. I am grateful to have come across his perspective and look forward to his content as it becomes available.
In my opinion, this is one of the best, if not currently the best podcasts on Tanakh that is out there . It’s not clouded by bias, the host gives a plethora of information on each the subjects at hand and usually gives the current available knowledge on the subject and the current knowledge of the area the subject takes place in. more
For those looking for real good knowledge and details on history, language and in depth understanding of Tanakh I highly recommend Hebrew in Israel. I grew up in the Hasidic community of New York. When I found Hebrew in Israel several years ago I tuned into the first recordings in an unlikely place. Since then I grew more passionate about learning and my path in Judaism. For those who are not of the same background and are looking for more understanding in your path. I urge you to listen and con... more
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Hebrew In Israel launched 6 years ago and published 10 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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