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Rabbi Marc’s A Dash of Drash – Towers in the Sky, Episode 78

The stories in Genesis are full of depth, mystery and profound lessons for each generation. Parshat Noah begins with the story of the catastrophic flood (Chapter 6) and ends with tale of The Tower of Babel (Chapter 11).

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Rabbi Marc’s A Dash of Drash – Creation of Adam – Good or Bad? Episode 77

On the sixth day, according to the story, Adam, the first human form, is created in God's image. Was that a good thing?

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The Last Stop – Parshat Matot-Masei

“The Forest of Sadness.” That’s the last stop recorded in the Sinai travel itinerary. What is this strange place? And what pain does it hold, there in the shadows of its trees?

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Rabbi Marc’s A Dash of Drash – Refugee Journeys Past and Present – Episode 72

Towards the end of The Book of Numbers, there is a list of 42 places on the Israelite's journey as they hope to enter a new land. It is reminiscent of the wanderings of refugees, migrants and asylum seekers of which there are some 65 million in our world today.

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Rabbi Marc’s A Dash of Drash – Episode 70: Leadership and Transition

Leadership and Transition with special guests Rabbis Gavriel Goldfeder and Salomon Gruenwald is Episode 70 of A Dash of Drash. In Parshat Hukkat (Numbers 19:1-22:1), Miriam and Aaron die, and Moses is told that he will not lead the people into the Promised Land.

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The First Populist – Parshat Korach

From Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks: The story of Korach has much to teach us about one of the most disturbing phenomena of our time: the rise of populism in contemporary politics.

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