Tag: 18forty Podcast

Chava Green, an emerging scholar, discusses how the Lubavitcher Rebbe blended American sensibilities with mystical beliefs, focusing on the role of women.
Samuel G. Freedman, a Professor of Journalism at Columbia, delves into the topic of Jewish infighting, division, and unity in a 2020 discussion featured on the 18Forty Podcast.
In the 18Forty Podcast episode featuring Jack Wertheimer, a professor of American Jewish history, the discussion focuses on the radical transformations in American Jewish practice during the past century.
In an episode of the 18Forty Podcast sponsored by Joel and Lynn Mael in memory of Estelle and Nysen Mael, historian and author Zev Eleff discusses the development of Jewish denominations in America.
In this 18Forty Podcast episode, Rachel Goldberg-Polin shares her experience as the mother of a son, Hersh, who was kidnapped by Hamas and remains a hostage in Gaza.
In the "Intergenerational Divergence" series episode of the 18Forty Podcast, a Haredi mother named Dina discusses her experience of having two children serving in the IDF, one of whom was critically wounded in a recent war.
Rabbi Yoni Rosensweig discusses the relationship between mental health and Jewish law (halacha) on the 18Forty Podcast.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, host David Bashevkin engages in a conversation with his friend Elie Schulman about the effectiveness and importance of therapy.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, David Bashevkin discusses his mental health journey.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, listener feedback on the Israel at War topic is discussed.
In a special episode of the 18Forty Podcast, Jewish singer Lipa Schmeltzer shares his personal journey of mental health.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, Jonathan Gribetz, a Princeton professor and scholar, discusses the history of the Israel-Palestine conflict.
In this minisode of the 18Forty Podcast, the hosts express gratitude to their community for their support and participation throughout the year.
In this minisode of the 18Forty Podcast, the hosts reflect on the importance of their community and how it has motivated them to delve deeper into questions about Jewish identity.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, Eli Paley, the publisher of Mishpacha magazine, discusses the future of Israel's Haredi community and its relationship with secular society.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, venture capitalist Michael Eisenberg discusses the civic revolution taking place in Israel.
Noa Lewis, CEO of Echad and a volunteer with the IDF's women's casualty-treatment unit, discusses the importance of finding purpose in helping Israel.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, Rabbi Yosef Zvi Rimon discusses the role of Jewish law (halacha) during times of war.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, journalist Matti Friedman discusses the Israel-Hamas war and how it is misunderstood globally.
This episode of the 18Forty Podcast features journalist Matti Friedman discussing the Israel-Hamas war and the misunderstandings surrounding it.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, philosopher Daniel Statman discusses the morality of war, drawing from his work on revising the IDF's code of ethics.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, various mental health professionals and individuals discuss the topic of mental health in Israel during times of war.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, various individuals from Israel, including Naama, Tania Hammer, Gedalia Zemel, Rabbi Dov Fendel, Rav Elyada Goldvicht, Rabbanit Rachelle Fraenkel, Jeremy and Emily Tibbetts, Sruli Fruchter, and Denah Emerson, share their experiences in light of recent terror attacks.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, the voices of several individuals in Israel, including Naama, Tania Hammer, Gedalia Zemel, Rabbi Dov Fendel, and others, discuss how to stay strong and anchored during difficult times, such as the recent terror attacks in Israel.
In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, Rabbi Michael Rosensweig discusses the importance of returning to Torah study as a means of teshuva (repentance).