A Bystander's Obligation (51:38)
What role does an onlooker have in a scene? Is he responsible for the things he sees? Discuss a bystander’s obligation, through the lenses of Judaism and psychology. This lecture was delivered at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Dr. Rona Novick (9)
Pro Choice, Pro Life, or Pro God? (57:41)
Although it now inflames modern political debate, abortion has occupied Jewish legal writings for centuries. With both sensitivity and firmness, Jewish authorities have tackled some of the most difficult challenges of this agonizing procedure
Mrs. Rivkah Slonim (62)
The Ethical Aftermath of 9/11 (1:11:00)
The Ethical Aftermath of Sep 11: Body Issues, remarriage, Inheritance. In th aftermath of 9/11, many Halachic complications and dillemas arose, from how to properly deal with the remainig body parts and bones, to wives that don't know the fate of their husbands who were in the Twin Towers at the time, but haven't been seen or confirmed dead by a witness
Dr. Charles Cantonese (1)
Insights on Addiction and Recovery (59:50)
How does spirituality come into play when dealing with addiction recovery? What are the 12 steps to recovery?.
Series: Torah Psychology Conference #2
Dr. Lewis Abrams (1)
Torah Perspectives on Addiction (52:11)
Many addicts entertain the allusion that they are still in control and therefore don’t have a problem since they can stop whenever they want (they just don’t want to stop now). Only after admitting that the “key” is no longer in their possession can they start the process of trying to recover the lost “key”