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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Next project. I like paint my own ceiling or painted wrote up Shalom here in New York. That'd be great. What's your latest project? What are you working on now? I am working on a book on puzzles of all kinds. Crossword Puzzles. Jigsaw Puzzles. 'cause I guess it started about four years ago. I was the answer to one down in the New York Times Crossword puzzle. You made it well. That's what I thought I've like this is the nerds dream and then a friend of mine pointed out. It was the Saturday puzzle. It's if you know is the hardest puzzle. All the are totally obscure so his point. This is actually an insult. Like no one knows who you are. And so then I was all sad and I told that story on a podcast and one of the crossword creators was listening and save me by putting me in a Tuesday puzzle which I don't belong. I'm not nearly famous enough for Tuesday puddle. That's so funny. I always imagined that being like the pinnacle of fame. I know for me. It was until my friend was like you know so spurned. You went on to take this project that was it and I do love puzzles. And now they're having like a crazy moment because everyone has got nothing else to do. People are talking about Jigsaw Puzzles. Which I when we were allowed to travel. I went to Spain with my family and Lee represented the United States of America in the International Jigsaw Puzzle Championship in September. What does that entail filling out a form and paying twenty euros? 'cause no one else signed up but there were forty other countries hundreds of other people and you have to sit there for eight hours and two four big puzzles with your team and we came in second to last. Your family was your team. Yes we were thinking. Oh my God yeah see now. You guys are extreme. Puzzle is what does that mean for right now. Are you guys over puzzles or you so good at them? Is it stressful because you remember the championships? We're terrible? We we have the passion just not the skill but yeah I actually recommend. We've been doing these puzzles. That are these wood-carved puzzles that are kind of absurdly expensive. Like one hundred dollars for a puzzle but they are so hard and they take so much time that on a per hour basis. You're actually it's not that bad amortize advertises. They are called Liberty Puzzles. If you WANNA check him out there. Beautiful they've got. The shapes of the pieces are often like fish or people or animals. And it's quite lovely and witty. I start laughing puzzles. This is really exciting. You really seem to be like on the moment. With a lot of your. I mean part of this. I'm trying to do a little Malcolm. Glad well spin and say that puzzles do help us think better and make us better people and if we see the world's problems his puzzles like if you hear like the Middle East crisis you just want to curl up in a ball but if you hear the Middle East is a puzzle. Let's try to solve it. The piece puzzle piece puzzle little more optimism and I believe it. I think it's true and there is. Some evidence is true. Show seeing the world as a puzzle has made my life better. How many pieces would you say? The Middle East puzzle is not a five hundred thousand. And can jared Kushner solve it. Do we know how good he is at Puzzles? I think he's as good at this puzzle as I was at the international dig. Life is like a jigsaw puzzle but the shapes of the pieces are always changing. Oh yes very deep. But it is a very complicated puzzle. You'll never get a perfect solution life but you can get five somewhat workable solutions and trying to figure out which of those is best. I think that's a better way to go. Then just saying there is no solution. I really like that. I also feel like now. Were really all realizing how interconnected we are both as disease spreads and as we sort of learn how we can put a halt to it and help each other. So it's like we are all sort of pieces of a puzzle together. I like that. We're interlocking. Yeah I'm like my behavior affects someone else in a lot of ways and I don't know that we necessarily thought like that before that was the whole idea of the coffee book is that it takes a thousand people to make a cup of coffee because you gotTa have the truck drivers and the guy who made the road. You can't drive the truck to bring me the beans if he doesn't have a road and the people who painted the yellow lines in the middle of the road so it was all that introduction. I did another one that I came on your wonderful show to talk about where I was helping to build the world family tree to show how everyone on earth you know. We're all cousins. And if you're an African. Ozzy do here like crazy. Close cousins yeah. That's one of my favorite part. You're in the newest Jewish Encyclopedia. 'cause you and your brother in law did this. Great Chart. That says are all Ashkenazi. Jews related and it showed how not just lauren. Bacall being Shimon Peres a second cousin which is like the best bit of Jewish geography. But actually how like Karl? Marx is related to Josh Beckett. Bore via ten links right exactly Karl Marx Groucho Marx. And if you talk to geneticists some say the average Ashkenazi Jew Isabel fifth cousins. Some say it's seventh but it is pretty close so I did the DNA test and my wife did it. And Yeah we're probably about six or seven cousins which I actually was okay with. I feel it's like you know that'll add some spice to the relationship with a she was not into it so we I know. I'm probably related to my husband. Ben Cohen which is something. I just don't really have the bandwidth to think about right now. But what you're making me realize is I'm probably related to mark unle- l like beyond just being podcast hosts I can guarantee you are and if you want I can try to figure out how can I give you some Corentin homework and you figure that out. That is a great thing to do. It's a nice puzzle for you to piece together. This'll be a good thing to do today. I would love h e Jacobs. Thank you for lunch. This was really a treat your latest books. Everything is on. Aj JACOBS DOT COM right. Sure absolutely and thank you. Thank you for having me. And keeping me entertained in these non entertaining timezone. Apetite whatever what are you say after meals benching?.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

The Conspiracy Farm

15:05 min | 1 year ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

"I want to look at the meaning of these Greek words and you know I believe that. In the book revelation. Jesus I'm the faithful and true witness will if he didn't come soon quickly and at hand and their generation he's not a faithful and true witness. The you might as well throw out of Christ you might as well say Jesus as a false prophet and throw away the Bible if it wasn't fulfilled when it says it was fulfilled. So now you have to change your thinking between what you were ties the Baptist and okay when I look at the Old Testament. How does God come on the clouds? Oh he came through the Assyrian Army. The Take Jerusalem the Jews captive into Babylon or the Babylonian so forth So you look at this language and now you have to allow scripture to interpret itself and then the pieces of the puzzle start coming together and before I heard this view of the pieces were coming together. There is all kinds of problems. It's so very fascinating because you know correct me if I'm wrong. And all three of these religions essentially spawned from Abraham. So you have this huge family fight. That's been going on for centuries you know what I mean. It's like horrible reality show to this dysfunctional family. Yeah yeah well. Why don't we get into the modern state of Israel and this is kind of the rubber meets the road here all right so We can kind of We can go in a lot of different directions. The rothschilds Let's Benjamin Netanyahu looks at Ezekiel thirty seven. And he believes that that that nineteen forty eight was filming of that prophecy all of your quote Unquote PROC- TV evangelical experts will say the same thing nineteen forty eight was fulfilment of prophecy. Here's the problem. You go to those passages in context. They're dealing with with Israel coming back into the land under Ezra in Nehemiah has nothing to do with nineteen forty eight but they twist it to make it. So so. Who are these Jews that have taken over? Palestine? while Ans- let me read you some encyclopedias. Let me start with the encyclopedia. You take the Jerusalem nineteen seventy-one it is a common assumption and one that sometimes seems erratic -able unable to change even in the face of evidence to the contrary that the Jews of today constitute a race all right and it goes on says despite this many people readily accept the notion that they are a distinct rakes the Jewish Encyclopedia telling you there is no such thing as a Jewish race a Jew as someone who embraces Judy Ism. I let me go on the American people's Encyclopedia Nineteen Sixty Four. Ad The Khazar Pat. You gotTa Echo going on. Yeah Little Leka. Indiana forty eight because ours were officially converted to Judaism a century later. They were crushed by the incoming. Slava Levada speaking people and were scattered over Central Europe. Were they were known as Jews. The Encyclopedia Britannica Nineteen seventy-three the findings of physical anthropology show that contrary to the popular view. There is no Jewish race Encyclopedia Americana. Sometimes some theorists have considered that you a distinct race although this has no factual base I could go on and on and on so basically Khazar. The design empire was pressured between the Christians coming in one direction and the Muslims coming in another direction. They were mighty empire but they had to think quickly if we embrace Christianity the Muslims again attack is if we embrace Muslim Christian so they adopted Judaism as their official religion of the empire. There were just a you a very small minority of true at you. Know maybe ethnic us But the whole empire adopted Jewish names. I mean that's the way you look Benjamin Netanyahu I mean the guys hard my friend. He's wider than my Andrew. You know what I the guys. Why do we think that he's got all his Jewish blood and DNA in him you know so these Khazar Ian? They came down to fill basically Palestine and they're claiming that they are racial jude. The chosen children the chosen ones. But here's the kicker in eighty seventy all the genealogical records and the temple were burned in in a debate Between Michael Brown who claims to be this Christian Jewish apologist. He was asked. Well what tribe are you from? 'cause I don't know exactly that's the point you can't say you're Jewish if you don't even know it ribe you're from because all the records were burned. So so all these evangelical that take. Oh Modern Day Israel to the film and of Prophecy and niece Jews have a right to the land. Well they're not even a Jewish race. They haven't even gone past the first step. Does that make sense? Yeah no absolutely what? I've I've heard that we can't hear you pat your mic. Not on where's what are the Ashkenazis fit into this? Yeah so there's ask nauseous accused right and I think the Ashkenazi Jews are pretty much. Those bizarre in terms patently. You gotta play back something playing back in Echo and get your put your head but headphones brother go. He's like I was telling him earlier. It's like when I have technical difficulties. Might Children always say Dad Yourself. Old bloomer go ahead. You're talking about the Eskenazi. Ashkenazis are pretty much connected to to the KAZARIN empire is the Sephardic Jews. The probably might have a little bit more. Dna You know. Kinda SORTA TO ABRAHAM I mean. How do we really know for certain? Did someone take? Dna sample of Abraham's along time ago when they're matching up here. I mean there have been genetic studies and every historical studies archaeological studies that just show the the Jews that are modern day. Israel are not this you know pure. They're not the same Jews of variety the Old Testament. Let me looking at it from a I mean going back to whatever just period the in how they use that to Kinda hustle the world. And you know you throw in. World War Two and of course the tragedy of you know all the people dying etc. But they've kind of used that religious aspect. No we're the chosen people and just hike hijacked a narrative like you said Benjamin Netanyahu. He doesn't care about any of that. I mean he's just using it obviously for a larger political almost going back to constantine a little bit but it is weird. How that worked so well. The interesting that you'll hear on the news you know especially on Fox News which I I like for the most part when they talk about Zionism. It kills me man but They'll talk about this Judeo Christian ethic really. Do you guys even know the Talmud teaches. Do you know that the town teaches that? Christ is is Is being boiled in his own urine. Did you know that the Talmud teaches that That in the paradise in the Kingdom that the Jew will have two thousand eight hundred gentile slaves you know. And and president trump. I bless his heart. He's just surrounding himself. Just all the wrong kinds of advisers advisers when it's Zionists or evangelical Zionist. But you know when he moved the capital Jerusalem or May Jerusalem the official capital of Israel he referred to Jerusalem as the eternal city that that creates a big red flag for me because he's basically parodying Zionist theology. Well I mean his son-in-law and his Benjamin Netanyahu's to stay at the Kushner home. But here's here's the kicker in the book of Hebrews in the thirteenth chapter it says that we are receiving city that is about to come and he says we don't have here and abiding city so the New Testament authors tell you that the new Jerusalem is is the church the Israel of God so Jesus. His Kingdom is not of this world. He says that his temple is a spiritual temple. He says that we are the temple. We become sacred space. Not a physical. And you'll look at Paul's righty sixty six times. Paul use the phrase in Christ in Christ are all the blessings in the old covenant all the blessings were where in the land in Glen. So we've moved from sacred physical space a physical land that is holy to now a person you have to be in. Christ where all the blessings are forgiveness of Sans Redemption so forth so A lot of these evangelical Christians just do not understand their Bible and they just I mean I. I don't know you know before we went on air. The term I've often heard pimping. Jeez throughout their pimping Jesus and it's it's really is painful. I forget who the guy you're gonNa tell me his name second but you know he's kind of gone viral recently because him and his boys an empty church or throwing the winds of God at Corona. And we're not gonNA see Corona anymore because we just blew it away with God. Divine wind like what? It's so painful. I mean 'cause I think you know whether I'm completely said when we first talked more religious spiritual or more spiritual than religious and I know that probably doesn't make sense to people but it's just I think people need some of that in their life. I think I think it. Does you know basic essence of a lot of it is golden rule to treat people how you WanNa be treated etc and those guys just almost ruin it. I mean for anybody. Even kind of on the fence with any sense goes and listen to that. It's painful it's scary and they keep making false perdition predictions on the second coming and people still send him money I mean that's what is mind boggling to me. It's like this is a false prophet. He's a known hustler. And you're still sending money the three commercials the water. The little things of water that people buy I I don't know I don't know obviously not going to grant everything so we still have people trampling people for Brock Black Friday sales new Jordan. So you know we definitely need more. We need some. We need more God in our life. Patrick are you able to jump. Brother seems to be some sort of ECHO. Is it okay right now? I'm getting out a little bit. Yeah good don't Yell at Me Jeff. I'm getting mad at you. Get Mad at me. You're the one with twenty years broadcasting. No I look. I'm avid some. They're here to fix my audience. Situated Year Bunch through the screen. Throw your. I can't I can't do. I can't do ear. Buds guys off to our facebook crowd. So that's the problem but I I was. I was trying to jump back jump on when I couldn't turn my microphone on all the way back to the genetics of of the Israelites and many claim that Ethiopian a small tribe of Ethiopians were the original. Who brought the Ark of the Covenant with them and a lot of other things and they did DNA test on them and and at that time the scientist who did the DNA tests that they actually were who. They said they were so. I just wanted to bring that up not to go in reverse but it was kind of an important point. I wanted to bring APP. But what are they comparing that blood to like you said? Did they grab Abraham's blood like since it's not a race from genealogical standpoint how are they what are they comparing it to wonder? Michael Like not you. It's it's funny when you get into the DNA thing You know there have been studies that have taken the DNA from these modern Jews there and and they crew that they come from Turkey the Kazarin Empire the most of them do I think. Like eighty percent So I you know I think that that's kind of the definitive factor for me now Zionist. You know they have their own. Dna argument that's above my pay grade. You know I'm not a net assist. I don't I don't really get into that but that would be an interesting debate. You guys should get you know. Top scientists on on both sides and have that debate but historic here. It's it's pretty much a fact at their Khazar Ian. They came from and where it is the. What are the Black Hebrew? The Black Israelites. Fit into this. No idea man yeah the Ethiopians some of it or they kind of do worthy loss try very similar to. What was it Israel? I'd say you know over in that particular area like. Hey we're the lost tribe and it's through slavery kind of we were captured here. Our tribe was here. We were captured. But I completely out of my ass but I was just curious if you had any idea you know it just it just gets back to. How can there be a modern g when the old covenant is is ended? How can there be a modern Jew? When the geologic genealogy records were burned up I mean they just can't and I think that's what Jesus is doing. He's he's taking Jesus in Matthew. Twenty says talking to the fares he says. I'm going to take the kingdom from you and I'm GonNa give it to a nation bearing the fruits thereof now. Peter says that the church is an elect only nation the book of Hebrews says at the Church is Mount Zion. The city of the living. God Call Galatian six says that the church is the new Israel of God so everything that old come to Israel was in the Old Testament was physical of physical temple. Physical sacrifices a physical land all of those things. The New Testament writers are saying they're fulfilled in Christ and the church are is a spiritual temple we offer spiritual sacrifices of praise And worst fearful nation so the Kingston. Jesus prophesied in eighty seventy kingdoms going to be taken from you. Because you've rejected me..

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"To the mailbox box josh. I really need some kinky curly haired music. A music bed of Art Garfunkel asked proportions underneath this week's mailbox. You'll see what I mean in a minute first off. I want to say that we got a lot of terrific male about my interview last week with anti-zionist Caroline car share and we are holding some of that male for next week because it just keeps pouring bring in so this week let us attend to prior issue in the podcast which was the question of how to represent your Jewishness. So we got mail about that Pie. Unorthodox Shayna Shayna here from Anchorage Alaska as a Jew married to a non Jew I resonated with the let the Giuffra fly in your recent episode. My husband has told me for years to stop straightening my hair. And maybe in my early twenties I would have disregarded his opinion thinking that naturally wavy I e frizzy hair was much less superior than my I fig- straight hair. However I did listen to him and realized he was right why am I not flaunting my fabulous Frizz so in the past few years? I've tried for the natural look not not perfect and yes sometimes still break out the straight answer but all in all I feel confident with my air dry look thanks for the podcast and the fro boost Shayna site CIGNA. We'll Shayna great to hear from. You didn't mean to guilt. Anyone who ever straightened their people should do. What makes them feel happy? I was just offering an alternative suggestion and one that doesn't require a trip to the jewelry store or the Tattoo artist. We got this letter as well. Dear North ops just had to respond when I heard mark say that a way to look outwardly. Jewish is to let your hair out and where we're at all natural. I couldn't agree more. It reminds me of when I went for a job interview. And because I'm schommer Shibata I had previously told my employer to be that. I couldn't work Friday evening or Saturday Saturday. I walked into his office and gave me one look and said by any chance. Are you Jewish. He said it was undoubtedly my curls and then once I was given the job he kept complimenting. Yeah my hair and how great and Jewish looked. I couldn't tell if it was a compliment. A stereotype or if he was just kidding me anyway make of it. What you will I love my Semitic the Medicare and wouldn't diet straighten it or cut it for anything? You're British Jew Betsy Deepak well betsy We hope that you are surviving. This era of exit well. And we're proud to have you as one of our many British Jews in the J. crew and now this letter from a fabulous woman in the J. Crew. Hello all I've recently started wearing my keep up basically fulltime now as I transition into only eating kosher certified restaurants I hear you on the gendered issue I live in Washington heights and I've had men and pull their children away from me on the sidewalk. Many people won't return my good Shabbat or Shibata loan as a result. Much more afraid of being hurt by Jewish man than a non Jew on the street. Three people feel like they have a right to come talk to me. When I'm in public spaces approaching me at the grocery store at bagel stores CETERA? Like I'm a famous Person Aka Mike keep a means. I don't have a regular Taylor persons anonymity. I don't wear the key for political reasons. I wear it because it is a specific recognizable Jewish symbol. I would love. Love Love to have more women wearing keep pulled in the public so that I am less alone. So if you're thinking about wearing out of solidarity please do many thanks Rebecca Gallon. Rebecca is a longtime listener and fan of the show. WHO has I've been to? Our lives does as well and so exciting to get mail from Rebecca Gaylon. Thanks to all of you in the J. crew for your thoughtful comments on this matter right to us on this or any topic at UNORTHODOX TABLET MAG DOT COM or call us nine one four five seven. Oh four eight six nine little pot business to deal with we are everywhere but mostly. What we mean is Stephanie's everywhere Stephanie? What do you guys have taken the baton and I am running with I? I'll be at the JC of central New Jersey Scotch Plains on February six then You guys remember h Alan Scott. He is the subject of the documentary. Latter Day Ju-. The film is screening Tuesday Lever Eleventh at the Manhattan JC. I'll be moderating cuny after with each allen film director and producer. Then I'm heading to the Jewish Museum because my unpacking backing the book series that I do with the Jewish Book Council Starts Up Again February twentieth. At Seven PM Albuquerque Goldie Goldblum author of on Division and Avocado Stein author the memoir becoming my journey from Ultra Orthodox rabbi to transgender woman. Can I just say I read Goldie old wounds novel on division a few months ago they sent me an early copy. It's really great. It's one of the best ever depictions of Hasidic life in America. I think it's the first ever unless I'm mistaken to portray the Satmar community in a novel and it's really really specific and well done and Goldie go. Boom would be my rap name so then February twenty six mark you and I had to Naples Florida. Yeah Greater Naples Jewish Book Festival one. PM At temple. Shalom march fifth. I'll be at the Guinness Book. Centering Amherst Massachusetts talking about tablets. Other book the One hundred most Jewish food's highly eligible list it's at seven PM and pre registration is strongly encourage and then the political daughter returns to Long Island for one night eight only unless my parents let me sleep over March seventeenth. I'll be at the old Westbury Hebrew congregation talking about Unorthodox Jewish Jewish Encyclopedia and my own personal dirty from the streets of Long Island from Great Nick to Manhattan to. Yes yes. Local girl gets out point nine miles. All all of that information can be found at tag dot com slash unorthodox live I will be the JCC of reading Pennsylvania which is actually in the nearby hamlet of Wyoming February nine. You can find out about that. EVENT BY GOING TABLET MAG DOT COM SLASH UNORTHODOX. Live very nice find me. That's Greater Philadelphia by the way reading is about an hour from philly. So if you're in Philly and you feel the need some oppenheimer just take a scenic drive up to why missing and see me on February ninth and then the big thing the big deal the big schmear the big mcgilla well The Polygon I will be at the remark California Passover in compliments encampments on terrifying to need but sounds really fun. When you describe it in Ohi- Ohi Ohio -Fornia I will be going to that? The one that my daughter would never set foot in being that. She's a rival remorse. But we will be there for all paths over April eighth to seventeenth Passover camp. Twenty twenty. I will be one of many artists writers scholars shafts in residents there. It's just like there's like five sater's choose from there's a swimming pool. There's Day trips to Harry Potter world in. La There's it's just like eight days of just fine. I mean it's it's taking taking summer camp and putting it into the Passover experience And my whole family is going to be there. Were super excited to go. We're going to do. was I live taping of the show. We're GONNA talk talk about your substitute your children for fear Co host. He's my love that's basically and it's just so it's super chill do not pak-tai just packed your good vibes You you can find out more and remote dot org slash year hyphen rounds that Passover or just Google remond Passover two thousand twenty. You'll find it. I will sue there. I also have a a lot of events. How is just not organized enough to come up with a list of next Solo? Well I will say to you and I are going to Boca together March twelve. So I'll add that for you Virginia beach for the first time. We're near the live show. Their march nineteenth. Take care of my cat tyler. Bank DOT COM SLASH UNORTHODOX. The little button. If you're willing to cats it forget Stephen Orban Cohen. PORP-.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Guys you know what i have not talked about enough is my passover point one i am going to camp in ohio california they have a week-long passover encampment where i will be one of the teachers scholars artists in residence we're going to have a pop up unorthodox taping with me and the guests at that place we're going to have mahjong by the pool we're going to have squashed we're going to have trips into l. a. to go to harry potter row it's going to be it's gonna be unorthodox passover so cal addition and i just wanted to say a little bit about it because it does sell out and there's still spots available and i just want to say i want some listeners from the show i know that some some people came to us after our last JC of manhattan show into we have signed up for passover camper ma you know hi pal we'll see you there that's that's not enough i want like fifty members of the j. crew to be there with me i've never been to ohi california's you but we really like passover an ohio before you know what i like the sound of is sitting by the pool reading a mystery novel during the days of passover that's what i like this out and i was talking with cara who works there at coordinates the whole thing and i like going to have free time and she's like you'll be sitting by the pool reading or mistreatment so passover in so cal of course the whole thing is kosher for passover this scenario by the way your five five children are just sitting there being like please papa the five children have some time off except david who's who's todd precariously around the edge of the pool the other four have made friends that are running wild packs around burma of ohio in in your fantasy anyway it's easily google lable i've never done one of these passover resorts awards but now i i'm i'm a doing what all seven oppenheimer's are going to be there so come hang with me they must really want you uh of camp doha hardly there are there are many rebuff them there are several different sater's to choose from with different find any intellectual helmets you'll just take it right but seriously people go to ramaz website look at the year round programs find passover if you're what if you don't want to cook for this passover look you could stay home and cook or you can hang with me and other cities set i'm planning on not talking to anybody she's got the introverts passover she's she's headed a book while me anna anna ni- like encounter every introverts introverts passover is the best book philip roth remember that'd be a great we have other stuff coming up the newest jewish encyclopedia still on tour it will be sold by the way at the cantina at at camp ramon ohi i've been assured we all via the JC of central new jersey february sixth i alone own just me we'll be missing PA saying that's right outside reading pennsylvania on february that's about an hour from philadelphia so i hope that some philly fans come up for that will be enables florida order favorite twenty-six boca raton march twelfth virginia beach march nineteenth stephanie where else oregon so i will be at the ninety second street y on sunday january twenty six in conversation with david morrell he just wrote an amazing book about joseph mangla which i never thought i would say mangla unmasking the angel of death he was part of the justice department's sort of search for mangla and it's really really interesting but anyway i'll be the secretary why NYC j. crew would love to see you there excellent orland leo you got anything coming up i'm reading the tomlin please don't to try and hold my calls i'll say that pretty soon because one book a year isn't isn't enough i have my book about stanley the father of marvel comics coming out and there will be some appearances for that that we will soon share some some of them with miss stephanie budnick some of the my hope with mark oppenheimer i would have to read a comic book you would have my comic book familiarize yourself with the encyclopedia edward only gonna read the san leandro we're taking this on the road what is the publication date for this book i think april something very very exclusive facing very exciting march.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"The holidays may be over but there is still time. I'm to get the greatest Jewish book of all time besides the Talmud but is the newest Jewish encyclopedia by your copy today. Twenty twenty on the right Jewish foot. That's havoc havoc dot com slash newish. Jewish friends may I may I start the muzzle tops. This week. Go right ahead I would like to give a muzzle Tov to all of the Jews. By choice the converts and the people thinking about becoming Jewish the people returning home the people who know that the Jewish their souls who are finally going to get the say so from a rabbi. What a crazy time want to join this people right? I mean talk about taking something on with seriousness with intention analogy with purpose about really looking at your time on earth and saying what can I do to be the self. I want to be to be authentic to really dance along the journey sounding all new. Agey the gratitude that I have to these people for reminding me who I I am is immense Mazal Tov to that I share in every word you just said Hallelujah. Amen Sela to that I want to add to that at the end of this very difficult week just a muzzle of to so many people you know. First of all the police officers who really sprung into action after the attack in Muncie and we're able to catch the guy guy almost immediately to the community. In muncie not only stood up and defending each other but according to the reports in tablet magazine and elsewhere really responded by bouncing back and having Hanukkah celebration that was three times as joyous three times as route even when the still literally blood on the floor and you know what also also to all these people who went on twitter and facebook and all these platforms that we like to make fun of but responded with like really kind words of endorsement by offering to pray. Hey for those wounded and by reminding us that when they're starkness really the only response is more like that really made a difference so to everyone. May We have no more crises sees to handle but if we have crises may we continue to handle them just like this. And I wanted to shout out a few far-flung listeners who I have heard about recently. I wanted to shout out Madison clearer. Who Sister Stephanie? Came to the Haddassah event that I moderated with Josh Cross a few weeks ago and she came up to me and she said I have to get a Southie. My sister loves as you in the show and that to me is just such a nice first of all. I love taking selfies but you know it. It's just a nice reminder that our community really is strong out there and my friend Leah. Simmons is friend Rachel Mom Karen loves the show and WHO's friends generating cough and Lynn Garfunkel sauce live in Denver. I love hearing through sort of the texting grapevine rape fine about people who are part of our community one of them flew from Columbus to Denver to attend so I hope we gave her a tote bag. But to me. It's just really really meaningful that there is a community here here that we're part of and we really love and finally lest we forget our producer star had been her mom Adina Freidman Red mcgillion maximum security women's prison last Corum. We shouted her out for for that but now a Mazal Tov to its Friedman for finishing. DOFF Yummy I envy and honor you. UNORTHODOX BROUGHT TO YOU by tablet magazine on on the Internet the World Wide Web. You might call it. A TABLET DOT com. Send your thoughts to Unorthodox attaboy dot com or use your voice and call us nine one four five seven zero four eight six six nine subscribe to a newsletter bit dot L. Y. Slash Unorthodox. podcast we often comes. You Live God. We're doing it a lot this year. So if you want to book us or advertise with us. Email producer. Josh Cross Cross with a K.. J. Cross at tablet MAG DOT com. You should be wearing and carrying unorthodox as well post Hanukkah shopping pre Hanukkah shopping for next Hanukkah go to bit dot l. y. slash north shirt and find the latest in shirts mugs and onesies with our names or the Unorthodox logo on them. Follow us on Instagram at Unorthodox podcast on on twitter at Unorthodox. Underscore pod join our facebook group. Our show is produced by Josh Cross. Our Associate Producers Are Sarah Redman eater and a lot eleven. Our artwork is by Estra word. Iger the music is by Golam online at Golden Rock DOT COM or mailbox by Steve Barton Rabbinic supervision this week by Rabbi Haim Rottenburg of Muncie New York and we come to you from Argo studios which inches converting to Judaism Philo.

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News Radio 690 KTSM

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"In command of manned were possessed with the soul of our Amman they were known to write in the villages at night arm on was this demon it was the end he was called the demon of the in betweens it was both duality demon and he was to writing the villages at night with the E. was inside these men the the the souls that were up the command of our men were actually writing in the villages at night decapitating their victims and they would ride was severed heads on stadiums to terra by those who would who want to attack them and and and this is something that of course were familiar with when we look at something like isis or a remember the stories of like Dracula for example Count Dracula used to hold court with those we kill the put their heads on stage and they would sit there in a court in eagle court with them a drink wine with them and so you look at all the mythologies you look at all of the stories then people say well with all of these are lies collided outlines are often cloaked in truth it it's a conundrum but many say is the product of Satan or the devil in the basic double chieftain of hell for most people is Satan however there are many in the hierarchy of the legion of names and and these names are changed and we are conducting affairs against mankind and Arab men was one of the demons that was spoken up on the board and this demon or this devil has been said to be a future commander of a horde of reptilian piece of man there are the equivalent of the modern vampire now according to the Jewish encyclopedia the dark command of Armand has been trying to form and rain with the raft of terror for three thousand years as appearance in his attempts to incarnate it happen in cycles of thirty years so Armand according to the testimony of the Mazda in religion and it's really static is surrounded by an army of evil beings like minded with himself evil men and these evil beings are bringing with them their terrifying acts of war pestilence and disease and there've been tribes of cannibals organized in war the fight in Persia Macedonia Romania in fact the true story of lot drug cool may have had connections the attempts of our Amman to incarnate in the body of a religious hero and many years ago there was a film called Dracula untold it was panned by the critics but the reason why you're saying the thing was they thought the film was anti Muslim but in the film the story of Vlad the Impaler this Christian here on Romania is retold where in order to fight the Turkish Muslims flat has to make a pact with a half human half demon maneater and so his colleagues warm about this monster but he rationalizes the whatever it is that lives in the cave eats Turks and therefore would be an asset to his army in fact converting his entire army into becoming these blood sucking killing machines and so this Dracula in the film unwittingly sends the message but in order for the Christian heroes to be Muslim vampires they must learn to be vampires themselves so Transylvania is under attack by managers the Turkish sultans military leader and nothing could be more upsetting the old Vlad the Impaler the fine Turks on his land and that's because when Vlad was a child hold the sultan Amanda tribute in the form of strapping young boys to fill out his troops and Vlad's father had it is sent over to the Turkish sold in to be res along side minute on the Ottoman empire's army so the sultan tells glad that he's looking FOR troops again and he's demanding one thousand boys to join his army including Vlad's son will lead realizes that there's a madman recluse lives in a cave on a mountain top and this guy's accountability drinks blood eats flash SO Vlad believes that he needs a supernatural force to bring down the Turks and so he makes a deal with his demon these demons name is Armand so someone up the film is all really all about how nice Christian prince turns himself into a demon to destroy a Muslim army and it seems to be a good metaphor for what is happening now was happy there the question is that should the United States become a monster or give up its moral because become murders in order to slay the vampire known as ISIS because we are realizing now that isis is more or less a horde of vampires I mean now with you we save yourself quite that's that's all fiction but if the meeting the black dry cool has with this demonic Ahriman and the power of the devil was given in order for him to be victorious against the Turks in what is there is some truth to this fictional account and that the tribes of marauding vampires have existed for thousands of years and if the spirit of our Amman can be found in a group like ISIS is some other terrorist organization I mean the aromatic vampire would be a different breed of incarnate demon as it seeks refuge in the middle as it nourishes in both the darkness and the sun meeting could be day walks exit with vampires would disappear in the sunlight will these are noon sun followers of Sheik time because it was at noon day when those were followers of Sheik time would give their homage to the north and then those who followed ably is would give their knowledge been to the south so are mine has been known and called the black dragon and he hears the calls of his vampiric command who dwells in.

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"J. crew you're so wonderful to us a number of you have written to say hey we know that your invoked tour winner you coming to my town and we have compiled a handy website to tell you exactly that if you go to tablet MAG dot com slash Unorthodox Live Tab dot com slash unorthodox live with all the details on our upcoming shows some of these are live shows with all three of us. Some of these are books signings with just one or two of us but we've cooked up something special for those events as well places like Boston Massachusetts on October Twenty Fifth Tampa Florida on October twenty ninth Detroit Michigan in November also in November Denver and Houston Margate New Jersey in Cincinnati Ohio Drescher. Pa New York City a few times port Washington comes in December let's port Washington New York and they keep coming San Diego Phoenix Saint Louis Westport and upon on a tablet MAG dot com slash unorthodox live Sir I know that people can get cynical about advertising on podcast it's this thing that we have to do but here at Unorthodox we also only accept ads that we believe in and we have turned away a number of advertisers whose values to align with our own one value I've always held having grown up in a union household is made in the USA very important me and so it really is an honor to say okay that J. Press the traditional men's Haberdasher that makes shirts and pants and hats and blazers and ties and all sorts of classic clothing for men sells clothing made in the USA. ah I wear that clothing I wear button down shirts I wear their pants the shaggy dog sweaters are made out of Hetland wool from Scotland but again also traditional family mills so when they go outside the United States again in keeping with the value of the small craft person of the ethical practices of the family or small entrepreneurs business and so I really want to send people believe which I also think is ethical to buy stuff that actress stands the test of time and lasts a made to order shirt program which is legible for those of us with kind of normal builds and for people like my friend Leo who have more unusual sizes it can often be essential. He's having several shirts handmade right now for the same price as off the rack and he's going to talk about those a future episode of Unorthodox Meantime J. Press online use Discount Code Unorthodox fifteen or simply go in with that code to any of their three stores in new haven Washington or New York and tell them hey unorthodox fifteen to support American flavor support good quality J. Press friends as you know the newest Jewish Encyclopedia is available we encourage you to order it from an independent bookseller near you we also encourage you to go on Amazon dot com and read it whether you ordered it from Amazon or not we do give us a rating that you feel we deserve however many of the five stars available to you it has and of course we always afraid shape being rated on itunes which helps their algorithms and other people to this podcast we're so grateful for all the support you've given us this book for live shows on Itunes and keep the love coming and we'll keep the love coming back at you and we hope to see you in person sometime in fifty seven.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"The Jews are the only ancient civilization that still walks the face of the earth there's no one here from the Roman Empire there no hittites the hittites with the Mola Bites the most Islamic Huckabee ever bump into a hip exactly how come you never bump into a hittite New York City but then you have to think about why that is and the reason that we've survived this long changed the course of human history and I know that sounds maybe chauvinistic to say but it's just true the world the idea of one God the idea of impeach of the newest Jewish Encyclopedia this page ninety two these are the entry titles each one of these has its own entry on page ninety two ready in the APPs fantasy baseball I think that really says it all right I mean when we wrote this book we wanted to go from the good like fiddler on the roof and two of a Feld shoe to the bad Louis Farrakhan all of it the religious the secular the cultural the ethnic and I think we did the illustrations are simply buffo go tablet MAG dot com slash newish.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Schutte blow. Hi this is Lisa Ann Sandell. I've worked in the world of children's books for the last twenty years and I also have the dubious I mean wonderful joy and privilege of being married to an Orthodox Co host Liel Liebowitz Judy blume has been beloved by generations of readers because her novels thrum with so much life and vibrancy all the confusion and humor and eagerness to grow up that every tween or team can recognize her books beat with a heart that is true inhumane and funny as hell so here goes the top five things I learned about life from Judy blume books I the best portrayal of an ordering younger siblings relationship as an older sister found much to identify with if in tales of a fourth grade nothing Peter's feelings of invisibility and frustration were perfect for the older kid resents his younger and much more adorable little brother sister who seems just to get whatever he or she wants till's of a fourth grade. Nothing taught me how to deal with all that frustration next so I was a nerd and as one might expect I was sometimes the victim of bullying as a kid. I think one of the most powerful on timeless depictions of bullying as Blubber I remember the first time I read this. I was probably Lee seven or eight and I felt like I had been struck by a bolt of lightning at resonated so deeply I knew what it felt like to be bullied. Though never severely as Linda was bullied but the slippery slippery Slope Jill tumbled down felt very real and very scary and I knew I didn't WanNa do as she had done number three. I've scoliosis my sister. Mr Hasn't even more severe form of scoliosis and had to wear a brace when she was young. Reading Dini not only made me feel like I wasn't a freak and like there was hope but it also taught taught me what those mysterious exams administered by the school nurse in the girls bathroom where you know the ones where we had to bend over and walk back and forth number four when I was going to Hebrew Hebrew school three days a week at my childhood Orthodox show. It didn't really occur to me that I could have a relationship with God outside those walls outside the bounds of what I was being taught but as much as I enjoyed reading about how Margaret and her friends in are you there God it's me Margaret talked about periods and bras and boys a total revelation for me. What I found most most compelling most curious in liberating was home Margaret had such an intense relationship with God despite the fact that she didn't have any official affiliations and last but not least how many of us learned about hand jobs and penises with names and safe consensual teen sex from forever and how many of us read those steamy scenes surreptitiously over and over and over? I'll close with saying that now as a parent I can see what an awesome roadmap judy blume laid out for being supportive in realistic and loving Judy blume is a true hero..

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"You throw the Jew fro as we discuss page one forty seven is what happens to many of us when we let our hair do whatever it wants to do for a few months. There is a backstory to the Jew fro in the early years of the flowering of Jewish ethnic pride the late nineteen sixty s early nineteen seventies corresponding into the victory in the Six Day War. They didn't call it the Ju- fro they called it. The is row I S R O oh wow that's deep deep deep knowledge the is role grow looking at a one thousand nine hundred seventy nine hundred seventy one blue mimeographed underground Jewish newspaper read by a member of like Brian in Washington. DC or Hover Rod Shalom Aloma Boston. They're not calling it the GIUFFRA they're calling it the Israel so the thing that grows on my head is in Israel making the desert bloom and guys cmih before I hit that flat iron. You wouldn't believe it well look. I don't think any of you or US can compare to the four photographs that we put in to illustrate the Ju- fro throw in the newest Jewish Encyclopedia and I'm GonNa tell people who three of them are. They have to buy the book to get the Fourth Bob Dylan of course Robert Zimmerman terrific Israel Seth rogan splendid splendid Israel territory based on chronology fair enough you by the time he came along it was the Giuffra but unoriginal. Og Is Roe Art Garfunkel and the fourth a major Israel guy mid to late nineteen seventy s television situation comedy actor I believe show on ABC a let the J. crew do the sleuthing thing. The Ju- fro has been here for a long time but I think the Israel is back so is making a huge.

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Unorthodox

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"When you think of death in Judaism what comes to mind. Here's amazing thing about that question Russian the first question. I think that anyone asks seriously when they kind of what a really rocky Noah Judaism is about is what do you say about what happens after death and and here's the amazing thing. The answer is actually not a whole lot because if we knew what happened after death we would be at an entirely different. Pay Grade and Judaism is a religion. I think kind of incredibly doesn't want to pedal into stuff like well you go to a cheerful place and everything is magnificent is in and you eat the meat of a whale in you drink sparkling wine. It basically says okay look instead of focusing on some vision of the afterlife of which Judaism mm-hmm has plenty to say. It's not that it has nothing to say but instead of focusing on that how about you focus on what actually happens to you when you lose a loved one and how about but instead of putting you in this position where you have to deal with the grief and figure out what you're trying to help but we help you by putting together this almost like twelve step program right right mark but what are the steps. What are we supposed to do immediately? After someone dies okay well so Judaism. It's like a four step program right. There's there's any new which is the first day or really before. The body is buried and that's when you're just in shock. You don't even have to talk. Everyone's supposed to take care of everything for you and then what comes next is the the period that most Jews know best which is Shiva which means seven so the seven seven days during which you stay inside and people come to you and they bring you food and they pray with you and they just kind of nurture you and then there's the thirty days right the first month flow team team and I've never understood slow Sepia what is slow she. It's thirty day period of thirty days after someone's passing in which you commemorate the fact that that a month has passed and basically that is pivoting point right from this period of deep mourning in which the world seemed to really have stopped and you really can't believe that you're supposed to go on living after losing a loved one to eight a slow and gradual introduction into not overcoming not precisely healing but in getting used to the idea of your loss and then there's the whole year right some market at eleven months some it's more like twelve but there's the whole year of loot of morning and during that year choose US might take on a number practices some of them avoid going to super festive occasions right they won't go to concerts or big parties during that year because they want to just keep something somber about that time and then of course other people make practice to go to services to find a minion a prayer quorum and say the mourners cottage to nudge their loved one into the world to come however we conceive of it so it is it's this whole four step program and it's unlike anything that any other religion has shiva is something that's actually been depicted in pop culture a ton. There's this is where I leave you. John Trapper for novel became a movie and then there's Nathan Englander Scottish Dot Com Shiva is like a plot device that works really really well because it's this time whenever on its forced to come together and and sit on those low chairs and and really deal with what has happened but it's also where you drown yourself in all the food that people have brought over and you don't think you can eat another Bagel for the rest of your life we're off on book tour and for me that means a lot of red eye flights I get home at like nine in in the morning after driving back from JFK Laguardia and I haven't showered all night and what I need more than anything is a really really good shave. Never smoothness become more are important and what I am trying to regain my center trying to recalibrate my being after being on the road and so two Harry's I say thank you Harry's razors are everything for smoothness. Humans have been saving for five thousand years but they've only been going on red is for like seventy of those from flint tools shark teeth to the first copper razor. We always knew the great shave comes down to simple sharp durable blades Harry's gives you that joined the ten million or so who tried Harry's no gimmicks no extra we're doodads just sharp simple bleeds to make you smooth again. Harrys a return to the essential quality Gerbil blades fair price just two dollars per blade and to keep prices low they they cut out the middleman Harry's is a brand you can be proud of one percent of sales are donated to organizations that provide access to mental health care for men and there's no risk to try them out. If you don't love your shave let them know and they'll give you were full refund. Go to Harrys DOT COM SLASH UNORTHODOX. You'll get a weighted ergonomic handle for a firm grip a five blade razor with a lubricating strip and Trimmer Blade Rich lathering Shave Gel with aloe to keep if your skin hydrated and travel blade cover to keep a razor dry it easy on the go all that Harrys dot com slash on Orthodox and now it's time for more celebrity cameos this round. They're telling us their favor the Jewish food and Jewish Holidays Yo Jew crew. It's Paulie shore. Nothing left how by now she loved how he left a risk a happy it's no way Russia Shawna Away Hannukah Sam Bad Ju. I knew it anyways. My Favorite Ju- food is definitely Crepaz in some my sobriety why what's wrong with my sobriety in then what else do I love so much. I love whatever you guys love some fish like us and of course some horseradish and some blisters from this stupidest Jerry on the West Coast later dudes by I did hit him. You don't stop to down Shamir one of my day indicative dog messaging and we aren't the shooter sugarhill gang. We talk to a man all the folks on the docks to podcast. Let you know what favorite food minus Matzo Ball Sumo's coaching blubber. I like Lots Abby Gag Orthodox doubt all right. My name is Michael Rapaport. the greatest Jewish holiday. I have to say Russia. Shana comes in at Third Yom Kippur number a two for me and I know I'm a grownup and I know I'm not supposed to be getting any gifts on Hanukkah but as a child Hanukkah was always he's my favorite Jewish holiday so I have to go with Hanukkah being number one of course now as a as an adult. It's fun to give the gifts but I will never ever admit to who a Hanukkah not being my favorite of all the Jewish holidays wishing everybody a happy new year hello. I'm Mario Ken tone. My favorite favored Jewish food is very very specific. It's a sesame Bagel from Utopia bagels on Utopia Parkway in Queens with a smear smear of cream cheese on each side and a light layer of smoke sable on each side open faced open faced. Not Sandwich Open faced so that's my favorite Jewish food. I know that's not very unorthodox but and then second place I love a good luck with sour cream and apple sauce and I love achievements with some blueberry compote. I don't even know if that's Jewish food but I think it is. I'm Italian. Although my middle name name is David which is somewhat of a Jewish name so I'm everything was Zo jeep tone logan a house and and I was wondering you know what is my favorite Jewish food and you know what I had a second grade teacher named Miss Half and she had these things called potato lot 'cause because and I call them potato pancakes she called him potato pancakes and I think that is my favorite Jewish. My most favorite Jewish food piece out Jarvis his tone low. Hello Potato pancakes the house or potato lockers. I'm Gilbert Godfrey eaten my favorite Jewish holidays blood as their sacred holiday Yeesh dookie near EAC.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Chinese food on Christmas Kamarck Tracy what's the deal with Jews and Chinese fitted. The amazing thing about it is that there's actually a relatively coherent answer to the question. Lots of Jews lived on the lower east side died. Lots of immigrants from China also lived on the lower east side. This is about one hundred or so years ago. Jews didn't mind going into Chinese restaurants because unlike the Italian restaurants that we're also nearby in little Italy there were no virgin Mary's there was not this association that they might have had it was Cantonese cooking which we don't eat a lot of necessarily now but if you know so you know it's lots of onions and garlic which should sound familiar braised meats should sound very familiar to taste very familiar and there was of course shellfish and pork work but as the authors of an academic paper called safe trae F- describing the paper it was taken by Jews as you know just something in the sauce us or in the egg roll or in the Wonton which Chinese restaurants Hillary signed absolutely marketed as crept basically and so why Christmas. It's basically basically what your parents probably told you. They're open right. I mean you know these days. I I wonder I I think there's there's foods a lot more ethnicities available throughout the country. I think which I think is a great thing you know. It's not just your stereotypical. Oh there's a Chinese restaurant in down. Also I think like I think things are more open on Christmas than they were even like twenty years ago to okay nothing of fifty years ago but yeah it was that Chinese restaurants were opened on Christmas because they don't celebrate Christmas in nor- Jews. Although Jews do celebrate Christmas they just celebrate it like going even trays.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Tyrod Hi Orion. Stop me if you've heard this before ready the really ambitious narcissistic son of a very wealthy man shocks the world by somehow ascending to power mainly by colluding with a large empire but he still just a real estate guy at heart so he spends most of his energy building you huge structures that are very very fancy. A lot of people are saying lives in an exorbitantly flashy lifestyle and is hated by pretty much. Everybody my talking about your jared's race. You're Herod case. I did that in camp. I was pretty three King Herod of course do we owe Masada Masada the portent Kasaya and of course most important the second temple field the Western Wall Nick King of June so it's fifty seven eighty and celebrity cells else wants me this episode really really special to be brought in a few rings so we went on Cameo Dot com and ask a few celebrities who they thought was the greatest who who ever lived. I is Bethany Frankel from the real housewives of New York City. I don't know that I could speak to the greatest of all time but like iconic Jews. Jerry Seinfeld is an iconic connick jr for obvious reasons so as Billy Crystal Gary Marshall Larry King but like. I don't know if they've changed the world in any way that you're thinking gang. I don't know if you mean like save the World Save Israel Jews. I just mean like when I think about I think Andy Cohen I think of a series chew that is good for the Jews and takes being Jewish so seriously wow what an amazing I'm thinking of like Carl Reiner two and Rob Reiner aw hello this is Corey Feldman and I have a special message for I guess a show called Unorthodox which sounds very very very unorthodox. I mean the whole idea of it sounds unorthodox especially if you're talking about Jews and calling them unorthodox because they're maybe not really orthodox but what if they are the dogs and you're still going on earth. That would be an insult anyway. I am Josh Josh is the one who put me up to this. Josh Cross which by the way is not a very Jewish name either That's definitely unorthodox but anyway. I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm insulting your show but I just have to speak my mind anyway. I was asked asked to tell you who I believe. The greatest Jew who ever lived was and of course I I've gotta say me because who else will would be a greater jude. I can think of seeing Dan's act gnome joking joking Jesus Christ. I mean literally Jesus Christ was obviously the dope is do that ever did live first of all you know changed. Everything I mean. He was old school to the Max. He was like the Oh gee original Gangsta. All the dudes were jealous of him. He didn't have the best judgment friends but he definitely definitely was close with God and for that I gotta say big up your please. I am Shalom Moslem-moslem. Good things have a great one peace and Love Okay Corey Next Steve Gutenberg. I'm here recording on the most popular Jewish podcast called Orthodox. I'm actually conservative and I was asked asked. Who is the greatest you that ever lived? I gotTa tell you something. There's many many great choose. You know you start with Albert Einstein you go to Jerry Lewis go to George -Sego you go gee whiz. Mike Grandfather Joseph Gutenberg a great you rabbi capture my rabbi who are misfit me greet you I would say the Rabbi Steven Carr from Cli- Israel in palisades great you hi. I'm frank the Kanter at our temple great you I could go on and on and I think I will George Segal. Did I say great you Barbra streisand rate you you know I heard Christopher. Columbus Miss came from Barcelona and we're not a five I think for the actually the inquisition was Jewish there and he was a great Jew who actually actually had to hide his Judaism because he wanted to be successful and he got Isabella to give him the three boats actually Columbus. I was a Jew so there you go great us. We are we sure Columbus was Jewish Jeff Ross great to be here on Unorthodox the greatest of all time time gotta be Adam Sandler because he went mainstream Jewish comedy from my generation. Everybody was doing corny. Jewish jokes cheap jokes big nose jokes but Adam Sandler did the Hannukah song on Saturday night live and after I heard that I was like Jews can be cool. I'm never doing a cheap Jewish joke again. So Uh from my perspective is a comedian working today. Adam Sandler is the greatest show hello. I'm John Lovett's here on the Jewish wish podcast Unorthodox. I don't know why you wanted me on this because I guess there's there's a rumor going around that I'm a Jew and I'm not at you. I'm Jew so anyway the greatest Jew who ever lived let's keep in mind. This podcast is called on Orthodox Not Orthodox so so I have actually there's three number one of course would be me number. Two would be Jesus look with the guy started. He was Jewish and J. C. I don't think his name was Jesus Christ. I can't imagine a Jewish Jewish parents naming their kid. Jesus Christ probably JAS J. C. Jacob Cohen and the greatest you of course was Abraham because he started the whole thing and Christianity Janati is based on them and and the Muslim religion everything goes back to Abraham. Oh did I mention my mother's maiden name. Aim Is Abraham and we're back to me a little circle or should I say circle.

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Unorthodox

09:39 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Definitive guide to Judaism Stephanie. I think it started started with you didn't it. Yes I was on my honeymoon. you know it just celebrating liberating my new marriage and just really unplugging from work and my life on the show and walking on the beach in Hawaii and said you know you should really write a book. He's people love the show people really connect what you question just like. Write a book that explains Judaism to people and I was like okay another mytalk Taiwan another is it's the sunset bend looks at you and says my love I think she'd write a book with Mark and Leo and two writers Mary. The Button Cohen Story. We came back. I brought that half baked idea to you yeah and the thing is that from there I mean it immediately struck us that you know thank God ben was there to tell us what was right before or are is because it's kind of if we'd been moving toward writing a book all along rightly Al Yes the amazing thing about doing the show. Is that as we've said so many times it's really started it kind of on a Lark. We started the show because we thought maybe it'll be fun and you know we'll have these conversations that we have anyway but then something happened and the thing that happened is is you guys are listeners. The J. crew out there started tuning in and then writing to us and telling us about your lives as kind of clued into Jewish life as we thought thought we were. We were astonished to learn how incredibly beautifully diverse Jewish life is all over this country and how many Jews have so many different unique Nick Jewish experiences that capture different facets of our history and our tradition in our religion and our people had and so it kind of became apparent to us at what were all all doing you know hosts than listeners in Jews everywhere is really just trying to find a way into this tradition away of making get our own way of making it feel kind of organic to us and that there are so many questions that so many people had in so many conversations to be had as we're sort of busy recreating recreating this thing every day and making it new and making it hours so we said hey why don't write the kind of book that's three hundred pages. That's not the thirty eight volume a definitive history of everything but rather that's the kind of book that gives you enough information and enough to really go on to feel grounded but also that is more than anything nothing else an invitation to never ending stories of conversations just like the ones we have here on this podcast and the interesting thing. Is You know this idea had been hatch and we were working on the I like this encyclopedic guide and we're making lists and you know something that we were hearing from a lot of our listeners and and I was you know hearing for my friends and stuff like that is is that people felt like they weren't good enough juice. They didn't know enough. They didn't do enough and what we wanted to do with. This was basically say that's that's okay right. That's that's fine. You're you are who you are and you this. You know we're going to talk about stuff that matters and you know through that you can connect and then what happened as we were writing the book. was you know Pittsburgh happened right like something. America can a scary place for Jews and so these people who who were already feeling the sense of insecurity about how much they knew if they went to synagogue and they didn't know all the lyrics are all the melodies they wouldn't they would be shunned or however whatever keeps people from synagogue and lyrics to me. I don't even know what what do they do. What are they saying? We weren't good enough if every single thing and and and that's why I might ask you a question and you didn't know how became compounded by the sense of actual insecurity we feel in America and so that really I think for our podcast took on a really heightened importance and for the book so that now we actually want a guide that you could open to any page and finding billy Joel and Al Jolson and also Jona Joseph and Juba which is those Jews who practice Buddhism inflected form form of Judaism so basically this idea that there is so much variety in what you can know about Judaism in so much that you can be interested in and we want to just reflect that that diversity back at at our listeners who have always been pushing us to reflect the diversity the day in body and that we've been really trying been challenging us to do so I was also thinking that our listeners range from Haredi Alter Orthodox Jews all the way utterly secular and non Jews right and so what that means is they don't even know how to talk to each other sometimes and looking at that page right. There's a certain certain kinds of Christian or Jew or Muslim right a human who knows billy Joel who of courses is Jewish rate or Scarlett Johansson who is Jewish and then there's somebody of a different generation does out Jolson and then there might be a super religious person who knows nothing of secular culture but knows a lot about the book of Jonah or the Biblical character Joseph and so so these people have a lot to learn from each other and to put all of these different characters into one book is to give something to the very religious who might not know secular culture and say hey here's why billy village oil matters and also to give something to the Scarlett Johansson movie fans who don't know who Joseph is in Torah and say here's something that matters and I think that's kind of like exactly the the point of this book because we spent so much time and so much energy discussing and sort of categorizing and cataloging the things that set us apart like well. I'm a conservative Jew. I'm under formed you. I'm a reconstructionist Lesbian Organic Vegan Ju. I mean all these distinctions matter. They're important. I'm not saying that they're not but really the only thing that really matters is old Jews or Jewish Jason or Jew lovers right and the thing that this book does is come up with one giant hi in common ground that is yes edify but also if I may funny look it wasn't easy putting together the book there are a lot of choices to make about what stays in and what stays out and we worked really really really really hard to get a little of everything and not miss anything. Of course we failed but look we didn't want to be to Ashby normative right. We know that in fact world jewelry is much much. It's more diverse than the synagogue that somebody might have grown up in in a given American town. We wanted to have women as well as men. We want it to be sensitive to all kinds of diversity within the Jewish community. We wanted to look at Cultural Jews as as well as religious Jews. We wanted to have a sense of geographical diversity. We wanted to give attention to Jews from all over the world and finally look we really are trying to capture all of Jewish history from creation Gatien arguably when the Jewish spark began all the way down to like yesterday it was tough but look you can acquire a copy and yell at us about what we left out. I actually think those are going to be the most fun conversations. If you go to tablet MAG DOT com slash newest Jewish you can buy from your favorite purveyor including india-bound so the money goes to independent bookstores tablet AMAC DOT com slash newest Jewish. I cannot wait to get the angry emails about what we left out and you know it's not just us an amazing team of contributors who worked with us on this book some of your favorite Unorthodox guests like Aj Jacobs Marjorie ingle molly Yeh Shelvin Marcus. We really leaned on a lot of people for their expertise in a bunch of different areas. We had a ton of of our tablet co workers helping us with this. There's essays spread throughout the book Jews in Sports Jusin Music Jews in Hollywood. There's a guide to what greetings you say on which holiday there's great guide to modern British terms like facebook friend so a big thank you to all our contributors who really helped make this book what it is so breath Philip Ross entry from beyond the grave. It's very impressive connect. I didn't think you'd make the deadline. Get it and so here is what you're going to hear right now. We did not want to deliver an audiobook version of this this book though there is probably in the future we hope going to be an audiobook version of this for now. We really wanted to give you a taste of the spirit of the book and hopefully inspire you to go out there and get this book. Start these conversations so we picked eighteen entries that we sort of thought were good grounds for a lively discussion and we have a very special guest very special guest guiding us through these entries and so now without further ado here it is newish Jewish Encyclopedia. Hi Gilbert got three this age on unorthodox black and white cookies. We're here in my favorite restaurant. In the world the place sorry go about once a week. Ryan agrees on the Upper West side of Manhattan home to the world's finest black and white cookie here to talk to the master about a very important question Hello Sir my name is Gary Griss. I'm the third generation owner Barney greengrass therefore the absolute indisputable indisputable master of black and white cookies I know from the absolute but I'm the Solo and now to the matter at hand so people start all right from the Brown side. Some people start from the whiteside. Some people eat straight down the middle adjudicate this once and fall. What's it right way to eat about white cookie the way I put it on my right tire and my left high here I go right down the Jewish center? I have it right down the middle. I obviously have seen what people break them in half half and they seem to want to share it the black half white heft to me right down the middle and I worked my way right through it. I think it's all personal I think people want to try to extend their many black and white if they're buying the smallest size so they could share it with their friends and family ago like they feel like it's I'm putting it right on the fifty yard line breaking it right down the middle so it's like Pizza Matsu cracking and they gotta hide half of it and the other half Zoe male enjoy Gary greengrass. Thank you so much. You're quite welcome. What's her name when you cooking the backside of the whiteside like I why trump's good reason.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Hello Stephanie Markedly Al I wanted to make a slight correction to the fascinating Donnie Shapiro interview she noted that sperm donation is frowned upon not true true in Jewish law it is preferred to use the biological father's sperm if it is viable for artificial insemination in fact there are some kosher reproduction labs where there's a mosquito. Yes literally someone who was there to watch the sperm ensuring that Mr and Mrs Gold Child together with their biological material because mix up in labs is rare but it does happen happen and this prevents that occurrence but at the husband's sperm is not viable it is preferable to use non-jewish sperm to avoid the issue of moms route a person born from an incestuous Jewish relationship and avoiding the issue of being half siblings etc.. Yes there are some ultra-orthodox rabbis who would prefer a Jewish donor however the mainstream Jewish opinion favours non-jewish Jewish Sperm Yours Yolette Pinski well. Thank you very useful information for couples out there struggling with infertility and considering turning toward artificial insemination semination next to the listener line this one from Berea in Queens. I just wanted to give you a quick response to one of your queries about expiring Bomba which is terribly terribly sad story but you should know that you can cook a lot of different desert type snacks the bomb in the kitchen for example you know next great press particularly cheesecake Chris. You can use it to make rice. crispy retreats and substitute is operatives recipes use it to make money buddies which is already hit in Israel with the Hazelnut Flavor Baba but you know you add in your extra chocolate there and powdered sugar. It's the light bulb delicious so those should work for some of you out there this week. Take love everything you do and I love you out but I love Leo and his gun some Oh God bless you Moran Kriens my people they know the Bomba they know the Firearms Firearms Queens borough. You're sort of Queens Guy One hundred percent Leo have you ever heard of muddy buddies which apparently are big in Israel Monday. Buddies is with recall recall during the army when there's no women that then you know you have your money buddy all right. I'm lovers can also find this amazing new recipe. from a not a brand new cookbook shook it's crispy cauliflower with Bomba and peanut Tahini sauce which just sounds like liles dream come true. It also just gave me a thought thought like is our next book now that we've locked down newest Jewish. It's our next book. Just the Bombo cookbook like fifty Bombay recipes. It's actually really smart step one. I get crazy. Crazy stoned step to your Mamba actually is the I like the intro is by you talking about getting stoned to the RV at making Bomba peanut got sauce noodles right and then we start with that recipe been giving stone in college you know what about the children it's children's Food and like stone college kids food also you can come met if you're elderly and don't have teeth that's right. It's beautiful. It's bring us all together and finally we got this. Call again about Stephanie's off tour I this is Michael. Postal variants implicit shorts. I'm calling mid episode because when and Stephanie started sharing about her story and said runny I I immediately started Kara La piece because that's my grandfather's after portion and late in life when he remembered knbr very little that was one thing here remembered and he would just start chanting that one mind when there was anything that gave him a Jewish context so thank you for that Oh around that's beautiful. Thank you Michael. If you call our listener line nine one four five seven four eight six nine we do take emails at Unorthodox Talent Bank Dot Com but we really love hearing your voice nine one four five seven zero four eight six nine friends. It's never too early to get your Hanukkah shopping done. The newest Jewish Encyclopedia our guide you all things Jewish and Jew ish is out in time for the holidays and let's face it in time for the next Hanukkah Hanukkah always rolls around again forty your copy online at your favorite favorite local bookseller and you could win Ivars gift basket to enter forward a copy of your receipt or confirmation to Unorthodox have dot com. Hey recently only liyel hopped on the phone with Wesleyan University President Michael Roth to talk about how you can get your child into Wesleyan no not really she's talking about free speech on campus and campus climate and culture and all all that stuff that we're reading about in the news all the time have a listen to this call between yell and Michael Roth our guest today is Michael Roth the president of Wesleyan and the author of safe enough spaces a pragmatist approach to inclusion free speech and political correctness on college campuses welcome to Unorthodox Mr President. Thank you very much so before we even start talking. I WanNa make I wanNA make one thing really clear. Which is the position that I'm going to take? This conversation is really kind of a a really easy even Glib one because I'm the guy who gets to criticize college campuses all he wants in the media whereas you are the person who actually has to educate indicate young American so I want to be very mindful this gap between us and also very respectful of the work that you've done because there's something about this book that really struck me it is kind of an attempt to say hey look is a college. Campuses ought to be places where you come across ideas that sometimes infuriate create you sometimes intrigue you but at the same time there is something to be said that students are to feel safe enough in classrooms to actually learn and open in their minds and their hearts that tell us about maintaining that tension there's a lot of criticism of college campuses today and and some of it seems to me that kind of criticism that older people just love against the young on a routine basis guilty as charged and well not just you but I mean in the book I talk about the ways in which the sixties rebellions were. We're blamed on Benjamin spock and the way the kids were raised and so on and Alan Blum and eighties complaining about rock and roll turning people into erotic monsters which he thought at least in print was a bad thing but he he and and that continues with today's complaint about spoiled kids. I mean there were coddling. the is is just a synonym for spoiled and and I I think that the that although there's always some grain of truth he's complains our job on college campuses is to figure route how to educate the students who were they're not going to complain about the their nature or their their formation of before they get to college campuses and so I think think it's very important for our students who are facing world of extraordinary risk and increasing inequality to provide them with a framework Eric where they can feel that they can explore new things different kinds of ideas not fall back into the easy postures of either being consumer or being a worrier for one idea and our job is to is to make them feel safe enough but not too safe and do you know I I'm kind of riffing on somewhat tongue in cheek on the psychoanalytic notion from the fifties of the good enough parent which is the parents who didn't make you psychotic you know and you didn't have to be perfect but you certainly didn't want to give kids total freedom. Go play in traffic and see what happens on the other hand. You didn't WanNa over over structure their lives so I I think my I'm trying to take a position that acknowledges that tension between threat and openness between between the risk of retaliation and the importance of feeling included if you're going to actually explore new ideas so in the book you write but aren't students students today. oversensitive isn't there demand for trigger warnings in inclusive environments a sign of their desire to substitute comfort for intellectual rigor as a teacher. You're right. I've not sound this to be. The case report of the kids. Are the kids alright. Well you know some of them are all right and some of them are suffering and some of them are rich and some of the poor I mean that's the big difference is there's so much more diversity in our campuses today we the students don't behave in the same way that they did in nineteen sixty seven or nineteen seventy seventy seven because it's a it's a different demographic on campus today but I do think you know we we see an increase in the use of mental health facilities which which in part is a good thing because it shows that these stigmatization of psychiatric and psychological services and on the other hand the students are are under a lot.

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"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

"The newest Jewish encyclopedia our guide to all things Jewish and Jewish pitch is out just in time for the holidays preorder your copy online or at your favorite local bookseller and you could win a Xavier's gift basket to enter forward a copy of your receipt or confirmation email to unorthodox tablet meg dot com. Let me tell you've never had days of all quite like this before you can find all the Info on how to preorder at tablet flip MAG dot com slash newish Jewish guys don't start fifty seven eighty without this book. This will sweeten your New Year. We will be doing lots of live shows coming up to support the book and to support all of you and ourselves. The next one coming up is in Stamford Connecticut September nineteen it is free and a mere few miles from New York City so it should be mobbed and and that's without even mentioning that our guests are the great Jewish Rabbi and teachers have to listen and as our gentile of the week Faruk Covari who is the chief executive officer of Ethan Allen and has also so a Muslim immigrant who is very involved in interfaith works. We're going to have a sweet parties. You of them will bring peace to the world. Get three right there on stage on stage. You'll be there to witness. It'll be an furniture also hosts furniture also mark will be played by tour guys the nape before that September eighteenth we are at the Manhattan. JC for our book launch event. It's going to be really really fun. You can find that Info and Info about all of our tour dates at tablet mag dot com slash unorthodox lied and they'll be a party yeah her as paying all of us and finally there are three things you can do you force one is coming September eighteenth to our launch party at the Manhattan. JC then for a double dose come up to Stanford the next night for that live show and then call in your apology story Atonement Story to shoot a story. We're still taking calls as a last week. We're taking calls for your voice on our annual. Yom Kippur episode again the Listener Line nine one four five seven four eight six. It's nine the executive producer Joshua Michael Yoshua Cross with a K. U. quarterback our fund drive this year. The fund drive live is over so people live just to hear how successful we were and how how proud we are chuffed as the Brits would say Josh. What stats can you give us? It's kind of amazing because we I thought we were lagging but y'all came through. I mean we were lagging and then but we thought we were gonNA yeah and then and then we didn't and now we're chuffed so going into the last time we told the people about it we had four hundred sixty donors. We finished with eight hundred forty cabins insane. That's fantastic and you guys because and the goal we talk last year which was six hundred something sixty so we were looking for six sixty sixty eighty. We tried it to forty of which gave over one hundred and eighty which means they're all getting getting copies of the book. They're getting the newest Jewish. I think getting it soon right. Those are hot off the press. You'll be getting those soon there. In the air right now. They're being drone dropped right now yeah awesome and the total even yet guys crack seventy grand it was sitting at sixty nine and I was like nice and then it cracked over seventy and it's amazing which you we've all said what that lets us. Do is let me send somebody to Chicago to report a piece or almost never have a phone call we want to or two means we get them into studios. The important cord thing there is when they're on the phone they sound worse when we get them into studios which costs a few chuckles. They sound like they're living more even get an engineer to go to them which is also another like weary of to find the person you have to pay them. I mean it's really going to change the game. I think for us and you guys can keep demanding bigger stuff from us. That's right. That's the that's the benefit of donating officially shareholders shareholders Green Bay yeah exactly it's it's community owns now. Basically J. crew thank you so much of your contribution is tax deductible any old time because as we are part of a five oh one C. three and so keep their own bucks at us but for now we're not gonNA ask anymore. We're just going to say thank you. Thank you thank you we are working on the report apology episode. We are working working on an episode about the newest Jewish Encyclopedia about our book and then of course we have how many live events do we have if you count the book appearances and the full live shows Josh. How many events are we looking ask for thirty through the spring do the that's a more accurate number than I would have given? We're GONNA meet thousands of fans old and new in fifty seven hundred J. crew. Thank you so much for your generosity and we wish you a happy and sweet New Year that is almost upon us and talk on Orthodox to come.

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Unorthodox

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"jewish encyclopedia" Discussed on Unorthodox

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