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 (57)
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”
Series: Torah Psychology Conference #2
Rabbi Zecharia Wallerstein (1)
Perseverance and Survival During the Holocaust (42:07)
Hear the first-person account of the story of two brothers clinging together for survival after their family perished in the wrath of the Third Reich. They struggled horrifically, and when the dust cleared at war's end, only one of them survived. Today, Dr. Eisenbach is a 92-year old dentist practicing in Southern California
Dr. Jacob Eisenbach (1)
Nuclear Biological and Chemical Terrorism (1:11:47)
Dirty bombs are quite scary. But with the citizens properly informed, we can - in certain ways - take the "terror" out of chemical terrorism. In this video, we primarily take a look at the ethical and moral issues surrounding triage, and how we generally reconcile them according to Jewish law
Dr. Angelo Aquista (1)
Good-bye Ebola, Hello Zika: Jewish Legal Ramifications (55:23)
Last year, the Zika virus was virtually unknown to most of the world. Today, it is a major global health concern, threatening the cancellation of the Olympics
Rabbi Edward Reichman, M.D. (31)
Addiction and Responsibility (3:15)
You can visit Mrs. Tzukernik's website at: thekabbalahcoach.com.
Series: Individual Crossfire questions
Mrs. Shimona Tzukernik (113)
Combating Depression (15:33)
Rabbi Dr. Bulka will share tips and strategies on overcoming and healing depression. For more information, please visit: www.torahpsychology.org.
Series: Torah Psychology Conference #1
Rabbi Dr. Reuven Bulka (4)
"Killing Kasztner" Panel Discussion (39:44)
Gaylen Ross (1)
Brain Death and Organ Transplants (46:57)
To save a life is one of the greatest mitzvot that one can perform. At the same time, however, it is axiomatic that we cannot save a life by ending another. The time of death, then, becomes a subject of utmost importance. Is there a halachic definition of death? Does it correspond with the medical-legal definition? And how does this affect the halachic prospects of cadaveric organ donation?.
Rabbi Dr. Yitzchok Breitowitz (12)
A Memoir of Senses Lost and Found (37:55)
The story of a young woman who is slowly losing her sight and hearing because of Usher Syndrome III, a rare disorder. Join Rebecca as she speaks with candor and without self-pity about the progression of the disease, current research into a cure, the challenges in her life, and how she experiences the world.
Ms. Rebecca Alexander (1)
Cries of Joy at the Wailing Wall (48:56)
On the seventh of June, 1967 the Israel Defense Forces captured the Temple Mount and returned it to Jewish hands for the first time in two thousand years. One of the first people to reach the holy stones of the Wall was a young soldier named Avraham Duvdevani
Mr. Avraham Duvdevani (1)
Soul Excercises (7:53)
Meet your Animal Soul. Be the Boss. Flip it Back.
Rabbi Zalman Nelson (9)