A7 Radio's "Temple Talk" with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven
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Passover, the glorious festival of freedom, is preceded by another holy day, a day of preparation and portent: the tenth day of Nisan. In this week's special kosher for Passover edition of Temple Talk, Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman make the connection between what happened on the tenth of Nisan, and our modern-day observance of Passover. Even as all of Israel prepares for a glorious and fulfilling holiday, the timing of President Obama's visit to Jerusalem (not to mention the purpose of his trip) carries deep spiritual significance -- and challenges. Tune into this Passover primer as our hosts continue to campaign for the renewal of the Passover offering and the realignment of Israel's hearts and minds with our true national identity. We wish all of our listeners a joyous and kosher Passover...this year, today, in Jerusalem!
This week at the Temple Institute:
WEEKLY TORAH PORTION: TZAV: The timeless beauty of the korban - offering - is to draw the man -the adam - the G-dly image implanted within each and every on of us, closer to our Creator. Much misunderstood, the korban sensitizes and enhances our humanity and deepen our understanding of where we fit in the grand scheme of things which is G-d's plan for His creation.
PASSOVER ADVENTURE: You are about to read the extraordinary story of an extraordinary boy, named Shlomo Ben Ezra. Shlomo lived in a quiet Galilee village called Tsippori, 1945 years ago, in the year 60CE! In that year, Shlomo, along with his Saba and Savta, (grandparents), Ima and Aba, (mother and father), and his sister Miriam, made the pilgrimage from Tsippori to the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, in order to celebrate the Passover festival - the festival of freedom! Terat yourself to a Passover adventure!
THE NEW HOLY TEMPLE VISITORS CENTER: March 27th, the first day of Chol Hamoed Pesach, the Temple Institute's all new Holy Temple Visitors Center will be open, for the first time, to the public. Visit now, and see the sacred vessels as never before. For information:
THE TEMPLE INSTITUTE WISHES A CHAG KASHER VESAMEACH - A JOY-FILLED KOSHER PASSOVER - TO ALL!
THE 4TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL TEMPLE MOUNT AWARENESS DAY ONLINE THREE HOUR STREAMING VIDEO HAPPENING! By all acounts, a tremendous success. We had many viewers, and a very lively discussion with tens of different people inside the chat-room.
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Part 1: Baruch Sterman, The Rarest Blue http://youtu.be/V5xkTBKlphA
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Pt 2: Dr. Roy Hoffman, Israel New Moon Society http://youtu.be/hxA0R8i4BY8
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Part 3: On The Temple Mount http://youtu.be/cEbgVRYDqkQ
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Part 4: Shlomo Katz http://youtu.be/DmCsPqhS0gc
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Part 5: HaRav Yisrael Ariel http://youtu.be/AkOVuJI7e0Q
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Part 6: The Children Are Ready http://youtu.be/dI6lQwZstaI
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Part 7: Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman http://youtu.be/vMBkX53P-c8
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Part 8: New Visitors Center http://youtu.be/lpYLFW_7CZw
4th Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, Part 9: Moshe Feiglin http://youtu.be/NknXT5MM9bE
Rabbi Chaim Richman is the international director of the Temple Institute in Jerusalem which is dedicated to rebuilding the Holy Temple (Beit HaMikdash). He is a member of the current effort to revive the Sanhedrin and the author of ten books including Mystery of the Red Heifer and A House of Prayer for All Nations. Yitzchak Reuven works at the Temple Institute in Jerusalem. He previously worked building Biblical harps and other musical instruments for use in the Holy Temple. He and Rabbi Chaim Richman have been friends since their Israeli army days. They host the Temple Talk podcast dealing with issues of the Temple Mount and the weekly Torah parsha every Tuesday from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Israel time (1pm U.S. EST) on Israel National Radio.