Episode 165 - Parshat Behar: The Philosophical Roots of Shemitta - Matan - The Sadie Rennert

Sunday | May 19, 2024

Episode 165 – Parshat Behar: The Philosophical Roots of Shemitta

Dr. Yosefa (Fogel) Wruble with Rabbi Binyamin Zimmerman

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In this conversation with Rabbi Binyamin Zimmerman, a conversation about the Torah roots of Shemitta practice ends up becoming a broader reflection on the role of Halakha in religious life.

R. Zimmerman’s book, The Shemitta Sensation:
https://www.amazon.com/Shemitta-Sensation-Deeper-Jewish-Sabbatical/dp/173776170X

This episode is sponsored by Esther Naiberg, marking the 23rd yartzheit of her brother David ben Yerachmiel and Chava

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