Rabbi Mark S. Golub sets the mood for the Kol Nidre prayer, reflecting upon how we can be a blessing to ourselves and the people we love and the importance of viewing life through expressions of blessing. From Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah .
Rabbi Mark S. Golub explores the notion of choosing life as it relates to midrash to the Torah portion “Atem Nitzavim,” and the blessing we can be to others by helping to keep them from loneliness.From Chavurot Aytz Chayim and Deevray Torah .
On Yom Kippur morning, Rabbi Mark S. Golub describes the “blessings of Israel,” including its unique embrace of democracy, its idealistic vision and its compassionate people.
JBS News Update with Teisha Bader from October 15th, 2019 Stories Include: Antisemitic Incidents Probed in MI, MA, NY, Formal Pardon Requests Sent for Held Israeli, Renowned Literary Critic Dies at 89, Remembering The Tree of Life Victims, Israeli Gymnasts Qualify for Olympics, Holocaust Heroine’s Story Brought to Life
JBS News Update with Teisha Bader from October 14th, 2019 Stories Include: Holocaust Hero Remembered, Infamous Trial Audio Now Digitized, Tunisian Jewish Leader Dies at 92, Herzog Calls for More Security, Action, Sukkah Shows Diverse Face of Israel, Israeli Pres Opens Sukkah to All
JBS News Update with Teisha Bader from October 11th, 2019 Stories Include: Halle Shooting Victims Identified, Likud: Netanyahu Our Sole Candidate, Police Probe Threats to Bullied Jewish Boy, Veteran Jewish Rep. Stepping Down, NYC’s City Hall Gets Sukkah
A panel of rabbis discuss ways of thinking and speaking about God on Yom Kippur with Chaim Steinmetz , Lauren Grabelle Herrmann and Marcelo Kormis . With Mark S. Golub, part 2 of 2.
Eric Kandel, professor of Biochemistry & Biophysics at Columbia University, talks about leaving Austria during World War II, his relationship with Vienna today, and his life work studying the brain & the mind as a Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientist.
What it means for a liberal Jew to be an American Zionist in the 21st Century is discussed by Rabbi Mark S. Golub, President of JBS. With Rabbi Gordon Yaffe at the Pollack Lecture, Congregation L’Dor V’Dor, Oakland Little Neck Jewish Center, NY.