Collision (Dis)Course

Collision (Dis)Course

Before they were even born Jacob and Esau were destined for conflict. Join Rabbi Yishai in Los Angeles as he deals with the culture clash between LA and Jerusalem as a prism in understanding the tension of these Biblical...
Hebron, Chaos and Perfection

Hebron, Chaos and Perfection

Can the Garden of Eden exist within a state of entropy? Well, somehow, in Hebron, it does! With 25,000 people coming to Hebron on this special weekend Rabbi Yishai struggles to go through this emotional Torah portion while discussing the purchase of the Land of Israel...
Abraham’s Chutzpah

Abraham’s Chutzpah

Telling God He could do better?? That takes alot of moxy! But therein lies the greatness of Abraham who sets off a relationship revolution between man and God. Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai to walk in Abraham’s footsteps, to argue for a few good people in...
Go Home Jew

Go Home Jew

Abraham is the first Jew to go home, when God tells him to lech lecha – go to yourself. Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yisha to follow Abraham’s journey through the Middle East and through a life walking with God. Do you hear the call to lech...
Dichotomies of the Deluge

Dichotomies of the Deluge

This weeks Torah portion has many dichotomies: it starts with a great flood and ends with a great city, Noah is a righteous man yet somehow in the end he’s debased, and is the Tzohar a light source from within or from without? Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai...
Yom Kippur Keeper

Yom Kippur Keeper

The Day of Atonement is a mystery! What is the Scapegoat all about, and how does expiation even work? Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai on an exploration of the deepest day of the...