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Supporting Characters: Memucham, Bigtan, Teresh

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the Megilat Esther personalities ofMemucham, Bigtan, and Teresh. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

26 MIN2018 FEB 26
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Supporting Characters: Memucham, Bigtan, Teresh

Supporting Characters: Shimshon

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Shimshon. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

18 MIN2017 AUG 9
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Supporting Characters: Shimshon

Supporting Characters: Mekoshesh Eitzim

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Mekoshesh Eitzim Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

25 MIN2017 JUN 19
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Supporting Characters: Mekoshesh Eitzim

Supporting Characters: Ruth and Orpah

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality ofRuth and Orpah. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

20 MIN2017 MAY 29
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Supporting Characters: Ruth and Orpah

Supporting Characters: Boaz the na’ar and ploni almoni

The following podcast is from the series'Supporting Characters' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks coversBoaz the na'ar and ploni almoni. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

11 MIN2017 MAY 16
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Supporting Characters: Boaz the na’ar and ploni almoni

The Last Rabbi (Podcast)

R. Jeffrey Saks interviews Prof. William Kolbrener about his new book The Last Rabbi: Joseph Soloveitchik and Talmudic Tradition (Indiana U. Press). The booktakes on Rabbi Soloveitchik’s legacy and shows how he was torn between the traditionalist demands of his European ancestors and the trajectory of his own radical and often pluralist philosophy; a new portrait of the self-professed lonely man of faith.

35 MIN2017 APR 25
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The Last Rabbi (Podcast)

Supporting Characters: Chur

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Chur. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

21 MIN2017 MAR 2
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Supporting Characters: Chur

Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Yitro

Listen below to this recorded shiur from last night by Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Yitro. This week,the question of when did Yitro actually show up at the camp of B'nei Yisrael. Did he come before Matan Torah or after? This was an incredibly difficult issue for the Ramban in particular. To view the source sheet click here. If you are in Jerusalem on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM you can attendthe live shiurat Yakar, 10 HaLamed-Heh Street (click here for a map). The weekly Parshat Hashavua Shiur is now being sponsored in memory of David Wichs z''l (pictured to the right). To contribute to the fund please click here.

54 MIN2017 FEB 16
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Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Yitro

Parenting in Perspective (Podcast)

Rabbi Saks talks with Rabbi Dr. Barry Kislowicz about his new book Parenting in Perspective: Timeless Wisdom, Modern Applications (Maggid Books, 2016). Some families are blessed with child after child who makes them proud. Others seem to face challenges with their children at every turn. What separates those who struggle from those who succeed? Rabbi Dr. Barry Kislowicz believes that a large part of the answer lies in the perspective we bring to parenting. InParenting in Perspective, Rabbi Kislowicz draws on psychological research and Torah ideals to provide an insightful framework for truly putting our kids at the center. Exploring how parents can inspire and guide their children in areas ranging from morals and mitzvot to the nuanced interactions of day-to-day life, this book aims to help parents develop a deeper understanding of their children while strengthening the parent-child relationship. This thoughtful approach is then brought to bear on the most challenging areas of paren...

33 MIN2017 FEB 14
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Parenting in Perspective (Podcast)

Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Beshalach

Listen below to this recorded shiur from last night by Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Beshalach. This week, with the story of kriyat yam suf, Rabbi Brovender covers thetopic of 'don't come crying to me.' To view the source sheet click here. If you are in Jerusalem on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM you can attendthe live shiurat Yakar, 10 HaLamed-Heh Street (click here for a map). The weekly Parshat Hashavua Shiur is now being sponsored in memory of David Wichs z''l (pictured to the right). To contribute to the fund please click here.

54 MIN2017 FEB 9
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Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Beshalach
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Latest Episodes

Supporting Characters: Memucham, Bigtan, Teresh

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the Megilat Esther personalities ofMemucham, Bigtan, and Teresh. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

26 MIN2018 FEB 26
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Supporting Characters: Memucham, Bigtan, Teresh

Supporting Characters: Shimshon

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Shimshon. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

18 MIN2017 AUG 9
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Supporting Characters: Shimshon

Supporting Characters: Mekoshesh Eitzim

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Mekoshesh Eitzim Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

25 MIN2017 JUN 19
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Supporting Characters: Mekoshesh Eitzim

Supporting Characters: Ruth and Orpah

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality ofRuth and Orpah. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

20 MIN2017 MAY 29
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Supporting Characters: Ruth and Orpah

Supporting Characters: Boaz the na’ar and ploni almoni

The following podcast is from the series'Supporting Characters' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks coversBoaz the na'ar and ploni almoni. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

11 MIN2017 MAY 16
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Supporting Characters: Boaz the na’ar and ploni almoni

The Last Rabbi (Podcast)

R. Jeffrey Saks interviews Prof. William Kolbrener about his new book The Last Rabbi: Joseph Soloveitchik and Talmudic Tradition (Indiana U. Press). The booktakes on Rabbi Soloveitchik’s legacy and shows how he was torn between the traditionalist demands of his European ancestors and the trajectory of his own radical and often pluralist philosophy; a new portrait of the self-professed lonely man of faith.

35 MIN2017 APR 25
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The Last Rabbi (Podcast)

Supporting Characters: Chur

The following podcast is part of our series'Supporting Characters,' byMrs Ilana Saks. In this podcast Mrs. Saks covers the personality of Chur. Ilana Goldstein Saks is a teacher of Tanakh in Jerusalem at the Tehilla High School. She has taught at Machon Pardes, Midreshet Lindenbaum, and Midreshet Harova in Jerusalem, written curricula for the Melton Center and the Lookstein Centerand holds an M.A. in Tanakh from Bar Ilan University.

21 MIN2017 MAR 2
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Supporting Characters: Chur

Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Yitro

Listen below to this recorded shiur from last night by Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Yitro. This week,the question of when did Yitro actually show up at the camp of B'nei Yisrael. Did he come before Matan Torah or after? This was an incredibly difficult issue for the Ramban in particular. To view the source sheet click here. If you are in Jerusalem on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM you can attendthe live shiurat Yakar, 10 HaLamed-Heh Street (click here for a map). The weekly Parshat Hashavua Shiur is now being sponsored in memory of David Wichs z''l (pictured to the right). To contribute to the fund please click here.

54 MIN2017 FEB 16
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Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Yitro

Parenting in Perspective (Podcast)

Rabbi Saks talks with Rabbi Dr. Barry Kislowicz about his new book Parenting in Perspective: Timeless Wisdom, Modern Applications (Maggid Books, 2016). Some families are blessed with child after child who makes them proud. Others seem to face challenges with their children at every turn. What separates those who struggle from those who succeed? Rabbi Dr. Barry Kislowicz believes that a large part of the answer lies in the perspective we bring to parenting. InParenting in Perspective, Rabbi Kislowicz draws on psychological research and Torah ideals to provide an insightful framework for truly putting our kids at the center. Exploring how parents can inspire and guide their children in areas ranging from morals and mitzvot to the nuanced interactions of day-to-day life, this book aims to help parents develop a deeper understanding of their children while strengthening the parent-child relationship. This thoughtful approach is then brought to bear on the most challenging areas of paren...

33 MIN2017 FEB 14
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Parenting in Perspective (Podcast)

Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Beshalach

Listen below to this recorded shiur from last night by Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Beshalach. This week, with the story of kriyat yam suf, Rabbi Brovender covers thetopic of 'don't come crying to me.' To view the source sheet click here. If you are in Jerusalem on Wednesday evenings at 8:00 PM you can attendthe live shiurat Yakar, 10 HaLamed-Heh Street (click here for a map). The weekly Parshat Hashavua Shiur is now being sponsored in memory of David Wichs z''l (pictured to the right). To contribute to the fund please click here.

54 MIN2017 FEB 9
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Rabbi Brovender on Parshat Beshalach
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