This post was originally published on this siteWe’re pleased to welcome a new commentator for the Pardes from Jerusalem series, Judy Klitsner. In this podcast, Judy discusses Shavout and two mysterious priests of the Torah. Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write us at: podcast@pardesusa.org. For more information about Pardes, visit our website, www.pardes.org.il. Credits Larry Kluger – Creative Consultant Dr. David Bernstein – Executive

This post was originally published on this siteThank you for your donations to the podcast. Just in time for Shavout, we’re completing our Spring fundraising campaign. You can donate on-line, at any time, via donate.pardesusa.org Thank you, your donation makes a real difference. This week, we’re pleased to send out two podcasts, for parshat Naso, and for Shavout. Please check your podcast software to be sure that you don’t miss

This post was originally published on this sitePlease consider a donation in support of Pardes and the podcast. You can donate anytime at www.donate.pardesusa.org At Pardes, men and women of diverse backgrounds and belief systems encounter the most compelling and challenging texts of Jewish tradition. We offer our students a unique experience of intellectual openness, rigorous textual analysis and opportunities for personal spiritual growth. Pardes is a small institution. Your

This post was originally published on this siteThis week Rabbi Levin-Kruss discusses Parshat Bechukotai. Please note: There is a source sheet for this podcast. Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write us at: podcast@pardesusa.org. For more information about Pardes, visit our website, www.pardes.org.il. Credits Larry Kluger – Creative Consultant Dr. David Bernstein – Executive Producer

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This post was originally published on this sitePlease consider a donation in support of Pardes and the podcast. You can donate anytime at www.donate.pardesusa.org At Pardes, men and women of diverse backgrounds and belief systems encounter the most compelling and challenging texts of Jewish tradition. We offer our students a unique experience of intellectual openness, rigorous textual analysis and opportunities for personal spiritual growth. Pardes is a small institution. Your

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This post was originally published on this siteIn this episode Rabbi Daniel Landes discusses Parshat Emor. Please let us know your comments and thoughts about the podcast, write us at: podcast@pardesusa.org. For more information about Pardes, visit our website, www.pardes.org.il Credits Larry Kluger – Creative Consultant Dr. David Bernstein – Executive Producer