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This podcast is associated with Hadar Campus Scholars, which is itself a program of Mechon Hadar, an egalitarian, non-denominational yeshiva in New York City.

Latest Episodes

Torah & Tech: Complicated Technological Systems

What happens when it is no longer obvious how a technology works? To what degree are rabbis responsible to fully understand the technological systems with which they are grappling? The source sheet for this class can be found here:http://goo.gl/UK0ZXN

60 MIN2014 OCT 2
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Torah & Tech: Complicated Technological Systems

Torah & Tech: A Formal Invitation

This is a short invitation to this series of classes, taught by David Zvi Kalman at Penn Hillel. It explains the rationale behind the class and the hopes that have gone into its creation.

13 MIN2014 SEP 8
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Torah & Tech: A Formal Invitation

How to Prep and Deliver a Great Dvar Torah

This class was co-taught by David Zvi Kalman and Rabbi Jonathan Shulman on April 24, 2014.

51 MIN2014 APR 29
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How to Prep and Deliver a Great Dvar Torah

God through Anger

This class lays out several ways in which it is possible to have a relationship with God based in feelings of anger and investigates why one would wish to do such a thing in the first place. Delivered on April 9, 2014.

72 MIN2014 APR 10
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God through Anger

God Is: A Person

EA survey of two major ways in which Jewish sources have related to God as being a person. This class was originally delivered on Mar. 3, 2014.

57 MIN2014 MAR 4
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God Is: A Person

God Is: Jewish

This class was originally delivered on Feb. 24, 2014. The topic was notions of God in Judaism where God is understood as having some kind of special relationship with the Jewish people.

61 MIN2014 FEB 25
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God Is: Jewish

Introduction to "God Is"

This is a short statement explaning the structure of the class.

8 MIN2014 FEB 13
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Introduction to "God Is"

On Halakhah: How does Halakhah deal with new technologies?

This class is part of the second version of the series. It uses rabbinic responses to new technologies (e.g. electricity,lab-grown meat, Jews in space) as a peculiar subset of Halakhah which helps illuminate how rabbis negotiate between halakhic sources and their realities. It was delivered by David Zvi Kalman at Penn on Dec. 3, 2013.

56 MIN2013 DEC 5
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On Halakhah: How does Halakhah deal with new technologies?

On Halakhah: Finding a Lost God in Halakhah

This class is an attempt to provide new ways of thinking about God that do not clash with the way of thinking about God that we have so far put forward in this series. It was delivered by David Zvi Kalman at Penn on April 24, 2013.

57 MIN2013 APR 25
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On Halakhah: Finding a Lost God in Halakhah

On Halakhah: Taking Social Justice Halakhah Seriously

This class is an attempt to reconcile issues of social justice with traditional modes of halakhic interpretations. The class was given on April 10, 2013, at Penn by David Zvi Kalman.

50 MIN2013 APR 11
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On Halakhah: Taking Social Justice Halakhah Seriously

Latest Episodes

Torah & Tech: Complicated Technological Systems

What happens when it is no longer obvious how a technology works? To what degree are rabbis responsible to fully understand the technological systems with which they are grappling? The source sheet for this class can be found here:http://goo.gl/UK0ZXN

60 MIN2014 OCT 2
Comments
Torah & Tech: Complicated Technological Systems

Torah & Tech: A Formal Invitation

This is a short invitation to this series of classes, taught by David Zvi Kalman at Penn Hillel. It explains the rationale behind the class and the hopes that have gone into its creation.

13 MIN2014 SEP 8
Comments
Torah & Tech: A Formal Invitation

How to Prep and Deliver a Great Dvar Torah

This class was co-taught by David Zvi Kalman and Rabbi Jonathan Shulman on April 24, 2014.

51 MIN2014 APR 29
Comments
How to Prep and Deliver a Great Dvar Torah

God through Anger

This class lays out several ways in which it is possible to have a relationship with God based in feelings of anger and investigates why one would wish to do such a thing in the first place. Delivered on April 9, 2014.

72 MIN2014 APR 10
Comments
God through Anger

God Is: A Person

EA survey of two major ways in which Jewish sources have related to God as being a person. This class was originally delivered on Mar. 3, 2014.

57 MIN2014 MAR 4
Comments
God Is: A Person

God Is: Jewish

This class was originally delivered on Feb. 24, 2014. The topic was notions of God in Judaism where God is understood as having some kind of special relationship with the Jewish people.

61 MIN2014 FEB 25
Comments
God Is: Jewish

Introduction to "God Is"

This is a short statement explaning the structure of the class.

8 MIN2014 FEB 13
Comments
Introduction to "God Is"

On Halakhah: How does Halakhah deal with new technologies?

This class is part of the second version of the series. It uses rabbinic responses to new technologies (e.g. electricity,lab-grown meat, Jews in space) as a peculiar subset of Halakhah which helps illuminate how rabbis negotiate between halakhic sources and their realities. It was delivered by David Zvi Kalman at Penn on Dec. 3, 2013.

56 MIN2013 DEC 5
Comments
On Halakhah: How does Halakhah deal with new technologies?

On Halakhah: Finding a Lost God in Halakhah

This class is an attempt to provide new ways of thinking about God that do not clash with the way of thinking about God that we have so far put forward in this series. It was delivered by David Zvi Kalman at Penn on April 24, 2013.

57 MIN2013 APR 25
Comments
On Halakhah: Finding a Lost God in Halakhah

On Halakhah: Taking Social Justice Halakhah Seriously

This class is an attempt to reconcile issues of social justice with traditional modes of halakhic interpretations. The class was given on April 10, 2013, at Penn by David Zvi Kalman.

50 MIN2013 APR 11
Comments
On Halakhah: Taking Social Justice Halakhah Seriously