Meaningful Judaism is a podcast dedicated to exploring why we do what we do in Jewish life, by diving deep into the Torah text. So many of our practices can feel like they’re just there; we go through the motions but they don’t feel especially meaningful. In this podcast, we search for that meaning. Each episode will take you on a journey, tackling questions such as “Why can’t we mix milk and meat?” and “What’s the meaning behind the laws of niddah?” Join our host, Imu Shalev, along with Rabbi Fohrman and Aleph Beta’s other wonderful scholars for this special journey.Meaningful Judaism is a project of Aleph Beta Labs. Aleph Beta is a Torah media company dedicated to spreading the joy and love of meaningful Torah learning worldwide. For our full library of over 1,000 videos and podcasts, please visit www.alephbeta.org. To support this podcast, subscribe to Aleph Beta.
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Season 1 of Meaningful Judaism is ending, but before we go, we just have to share some extra Torah that didn’t make it into earlier episodes. There’s the beautiful idea about angels that got cut from our episode on tzitzit – but we’ve found some amaz... more
It’s one of the most famous of the Torah's laws: no eating bacon! But is there any particular reason for this restriction? Why does God permit us to eat cow but forbid pig? In this episode, Imu Shalev and Beth Lesch look for clues in the Torah’s lang... more
I’ve always wondered if there was more to some of the seemingly obscure laws of the Torah. These episodes employ Aleph Beta’s signature text-centric approach to exploring some of those laws and reveal God’s heart for his creation in surprising and inspiring new ways. more
I’m so thankful to have found this podcast. I love the deep exploration of Torah and of G-d Himself.please keep going!
Ok cool, but I would like at least one episode where they talk about Torah in light of rabbi Yeshua - there’s over 30K messianic Jews in Israel & countless more worldwide, #1 online search word over past years in Israel is Yeshua.. finally 2000 years of “sages” lies are getting exposed for writing their own invented laws that totally contradict G-ds law and smear the Holy One with their whitewash to glorify themselves. Also, Beth is very articulate and has a nice voice but I wish she would stop ... more
In the trailer, Imu expresses his desire to understand the meaning behind Jewish laws and taking us with him while he does it. He is delivering on that promise: along with his guests, Emu dives into Torah text, analyzing and making connections between different parts of the text to bring forth meaning. It’s like being part of a really great Torah study session.
Great insights. Makes my existence better. Always worth the listen!
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