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Live @ Drisha: High Holidays

Drisha Institute for Jewish Education

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Live @ Drisha: High Holidays

Live @ Drisha: High Holidays

Drisha Institute for Jewish Education

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These podcasts were recorded live at Drisha in classes on the topic of the High Holidays.Visit our website for more information: www.drisha.org

Latest Episodes

David Silber on Themes of Yom Kippur as Reflected in Our Liturgy

Through an examination of the Yom Kippur prayer service, we will uncover major themes of the holiday.

87 MIN2015 SEP 18
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David Silber on Themes of Yom Kippur as Reflected in Our Liturgy

Sam Lebens on Teshuva and Personal Identity

To what extent is it possible to become a new person? Is that what teshuva demands? What does the concept of repentance have to teach us about what and who we really are?

90 MIN2015 SEP 18
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Sam Lebens on Teshuva and Personal Identity

Shuli Taubes on The Death of the Martyrs: A Lesson for Living

We go into this time of year believing that we have control over the divine decree by committing to Teshuvah, Tefillah and Tzedakah. How does the brutal death of ten blameless, righteous leaders of a generation fit into this paradigm? Part of the Stanley Rudoff Memorial High Holy Day Lecture Series.

53 MIN2015 SEP 18
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Shuli Taubes on The Death of the Martyrs: A Lesson for Living

Rachel Furst on “To pray with transgressors”: Sin and Repentance in Medieval Ashkenaz

The High Holiday service traditionally commences with an authorization for the community members to pray with the transgressors in their midst. What are the origins of this medieval custom and what is its significance today?

89 MIN2015 SEP 18
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Rachel Furst on “To pray with transgressors”: Sin and Repentance in Medieval Ashkenaz

David Silber on Kol Nidre: An Analysis of Its Significance

Kol Nidre, a nullification of vows, is one of the prayer highlights of the year. Why? We will explore the nature of Kol Nidre and uncover the great significance of this prayer.

90 MIN2015 SEP 18
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David Silber on Kol Nidre: An Analysis of Its Significance

Ben Skydell on Self and Sin: An Exploration of Teshuvah

The Hebrew word teshuvah is commonly translated as repentance but is more accurately rendered as return. This class will ask, ‘a return to what?’ Who is the real me? What does it mean to abandon a sinful past? We will explore biblical and rabbinic texts as well as medieval and modern thinkers, among them Maimonides, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, Altar of Novardok, and Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik. This recording is the first session of a multi-session course.

74 MIN2015 SEP 18
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Ben Skydell on Self and Sin: An Exploration of Teshuvah
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Latest Episodes

David Silber on Themes of Yom Kippur as Reflected in Our Liturgy

Through an examination of the Yom Kippur prayer service, we will uncover major themes of the holiday.

87 MIN2015 SEP 18
Comments
David Silber on Themes of Yom Kippur as Reflected in Our Liturgy

Sam Lebens on Teshuva and Personal Identity

To what extent is it possible to become a new person? Is that what teshuva demands? What does the concept of repentance have to teach us about what and who we really are?

90 MIN2015 SEP 18
Comments
Sam Lebens on Teshuva and Personal Identity

Shuli Taubes on The Death of the Martyrs: A Lesson for Living

We go into this time of year believing that we have control over the divine decree by committing to Teshuvah, Tefillah and Tzedakah. How does the brutal death of ten blameless, righteous leaders of a generation fit into this paradigm? Part of the Stanley Rudoff Memorial High Holy Day Lecture Series.

53 MIN2015 SEP 18
Comments
Shuli Taubes on The Death of the Martyrs: A Lesson for Living

Rachel Furst on “To pray with transgressors”: Sin and Repentance in Medieval Ashkenaz

The High Holiday service traditionally commences with an authorization for the community members to pray with the transgressors in their midst. What are the origins of this medieval custom and what is its significance today?

89 MIN2015 SEP 18
Comments
Rachel Furst on “To pray with transgressors”: Sin and Repentance in Medieval Ashkenaz

David Silber on Kol Nidre: An Analysis of Its Significance

Kol Nidre, a nullification of vows, is one of the prayer highlights of the year. Why? We will explore the nature of Kol Nidre and uncover the great significance of this prayer.

90 MIN2015 SEP 18
Comments
David Silber on Kol Nidre: An Analysis of Its Significance

Ben Skydell on Self and Sin: An Exploration of Teshuvah

The Hebrew word teshuvah is commonly translated as repentance but is more accurately rendered as return. This class will ask, ‘a return to what?’ Who is the real me? What does it mean to abandon a sinful past? We will explore biblical and rabbinic texts as well as medieval and modern thinkers, among them Maimonides, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, Altar of Novardok, and Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik. This recording is the first session of a multi-session course.

74 MIN2015 SEP 18
Comments
Ben Skydell on Self and Sin: An Exploration of Teshuvah
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