Do We Need Religion to Be Moral? (2:43)
Series: JLI Facebook interviews
Rabbi Dr. Yitzchok Breitowitz (44)
Suicide among American Teenagers, and Solutions from Judaism (1993) (54:54)
Over the past few decades the suicide rate has risen by staggering numbers and is the second or third biggest
Dr. Yisroel Suskind (2)
Bridging Faith and Modernity (1:02:53)
With the world moving forward at a dizzyingly accelerated pace, how can an “archaic” religion hope to stay trending? Can Judaism be personally relevant, spiritually passionate, and fashionable for our times? This lecture took place at the 12th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Rabbi Simon Jacobson (100)
The History of Religion in the Public Square (18:41)
Professor Jan Feldman (4)
Goldman v. Weinberger (54:50)
The Supreme Court case of a clinical psychologist in the Air Force who was prohibited from wearing his yarmulke when in uniform: what happened inside and outside the courtroom. This lecture took place at the 12th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.
Professor Samuel J. Levine (5)
Would the World Be Better with Less Religion? (3:59)
Will all the evils perpetrated in the name of religion, wouldn't the world be better off without religion?.
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks (110)
The Kabbalah of Today's Global Conflicts (52:39)
This lecture will address the fascinating parallels of current confrontations to the Jewish community to the millennia-old tensions between Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. Along the way, you will discover how YOU can affect wo