For the Festival Sukkot , an explanation of the significance and the symbols of the holiday. With Rabbi Mark S. Golub

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Host Rabbi Mark S. Golub discusses the Jewish Tradition’s understanding of, and attitudes towards human nature.

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The dramatic account of what it was like for the Children of Israel to stand at “Sinai” to hear the voice of God, and how the rabbis explain the ways in which each person “heard” God that day.

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In a continuing study of what it means to say that “the Torah is written by God,” a discussion of the famous Talmudic story which teaches that Jews do not listen to voices from heaven to understand the Torah. Taught by Rabbi Mark S. Golub.

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In an ongoing study of what it means to be a “Jew” by reading the Exodus Story, Rabbi Mark S. Golub discusses the Tenth Plague, the m’zuzah, and the rabbinic notion of a Jew?s “choosing” to be part of the Jewish People.

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From an adult perspective, learn the history, the story, and the celebrations of Hanukkah, and why it is the quintessential expression of Jewish identity and the American principle of religious freedom. “Jewish 101” with Rabbi Mark S. Golub.

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In an ongoing study of what it means to be a “Jew” by reading the Exodus Story, Rabbi Mark S. Golub discusses the Tenth Plague, the m’zuzah, and the rabbinic notion of a Jew’s “choosing” to be part of the Jewish People. A JBS original series.

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In a continuing study of what it means to say that “the Torah is written by God,” a discussion of the famous Talmudic story which teaches that Jews do not listen to voices from heaven to understand the Torah. Taught by Rabbi Mark S. Golub.

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The dramatic account of what it was like for the Children of Israel to stand at “Sinai” to hear the voice of God, and how the rabbis explain the ways in which each person “heard” God that day. A JBS original series with Rabbi Mark S. Golub.

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Does God ever make a mistake? How does the Jewish Tradition understand the notion of God acting in history? Through Rabbinic interpretation of the story of Noah , these questions are addressed. Taught by Rabbi Mark S. Golub.

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