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Crossfire: How Do I Inspire My Kids? (1:07)
This is an excerpt of a Crossfire panel at the National Jewish Retreat. Join this panel of insightful Jewish minds as they address the most important issues of the day. Explore weighty issues with these highly intelligent and knowledgeable scholars. No subject too controversial, no challenge shirked.
Rabbi Aaron L. Raskin (13)
Beha'alotecha: Can I Be Vulnerable with God? (13:16)
We've finally started traveling in the desert... and the people immediately complain? Did they suddenly forget that they had just been so close with God?? And how can we understand, and relate, to this seemingly ungrateful, chutzpadik nation?.
Series: Aleph Beta: The Parsha Experiment
Rabbi David Block (27)
From Soviet Russia to Israel (18:30)
Mr. Sharansky shares his story of persecution in Soviet Russia and his activisim on behalf of the land of Israel.
Mr. Natan Sharansky (3)
The Power of Positive Thinking (34:32)
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet (66)
Torah: The Real Thing (38:19)
Why are Jews so preoccupied with Torah study? With a whole world to discover, why do young and old spend their free time poring over ancient texts? By understanding the cosmic fireworks that explode each time we hit the books and sit down to study we are able to appreciate why Torah learning plays such a pivotal role in Jewish life.
Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson (63)
The Torah: Given by G-d? (4:58)
Seeing is believing. Three million people stood around Mt Sinai and saw and heard G-d's words. Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein compares other religion's origins to the Jewish people's history. Please visit rabbiweinstein.com for inspirational weekly videos, lectures and audio classes.
Rabbi Aryeh Weinstein (80)
Is Judaism a Philosophy? (51:47)
Rabbi Simon Jacobson (53)
Why Would Anyone Want to Be Commanded? (2:17)
Is God the big guy up there telling us what to do? Not exactly. To learn more with Rabbi David Aaron visit his website at: rabbidavidaaron.com.
Rabbi David Aaron (27)
The Month of Sivan (20:45)
Rabbi Shea Hecht is the chairman of the board of the National Committee for the Furtherance of Jewish Education (NCFJE) which is a multi-faceted charity that protects, feeds and educates thousands throughout the NY metro area and around the nation. For more information about NCFJE, check out www.ncfje.org.
Series: The Jewish Year
Rabbi Shea Hecht (20)