Ep. 273: Does Judaism Have a Place for Skeptics?
- Chassidus Applied to Chof Av and Eikev
- Lessons from Blessing the Month of Elul
- Is there a lesson from every single word in Torah?
- How can you say that you are not getting political when the mere fact that you are addressing a political issue makes it political?
- Please shed some light on how we are to approach davening in our current modern world.
- What can we do to increase security in Crown Heights?
- Does Judaism have a place for skeptics?
- What should be the public role of Jewish women, and where do we draw the line?
- Follow up:
- Four wounds (episode 272)
- Teaching about healthy intimacy (episode 272)
- What does the Rebbe say about vaccinations? (episodes 269-271)
- Chassidus question: How does Chassidus explain the month of Elul?
- My Life 2019 essays:
- ברוך השם, Mendy Butman, 18, Chadera, Israel
- גיבוש זהות נשית לאור החסידות, Yehudit Kleinman, 18, Migdal Ha’Emek, Israel
- Social Anxiety, Menchik Goluv, 22, Long Beach, CA
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