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(100) Can You Change G-d’s Mind? A Lesson in Divine Mercy

G-d is the G-d of truth, and His word stands forever. So how can Moses presume to actually change His mind?

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(99) Old Habits Die Hard

After ths sin of the golden calf, Moses asks G-d, “Why are You angry?” Does this make any sense? OF COURSE G-d is angry! Join David and Scott as...

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(98) The Double Delaying Mechanism

The people want a new leader. Aaron wants to delay until Moses returns. What was his plan – and how did it backfire?

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(97) Would You Give Away Your Watch for Nothing?

David asks Scott for his Mickey Mouse watch… and Scott needs a good reason to actually give it to him. Believe it or not, this relates directly to Aaron’s...

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(96) Was the Golden Calf a Rejection of G-d or of Moses?

Israel bowed down to the golden calf, and Moses said to G-d, “Why are You angry?” What kind of question is that? What is Moses arguing? And that leads...

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(95) Does G-d Actually Have Emotions?

When the Bible describes G-d as being angry, does that mean that He literally is angry, or is it purely a metaphor? David and Scott reflect two traditions as...

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Behind The Mic

David Nekrutman

Show Host

Since 2001, David Nekrutman has been involved in Jewish-Christian relations. He currently  serves as the Executive Director of Ohr Torah Stone’s Center for Jewish–Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC) and founded Blessing Bethlehem, providing humanitarian assistance to hundreds of Christian Arab families in the birthplace of Christianity. In 2018, he graduated from Oral Roberts University with a Masters in Biblical Literature and wrote his thesis on the Holy Spirit in Judaism. He lives in Israel with his wife and three children.

Scott Aliza Kahn

Show Host

Scott Kahn is a podcast producer and host, and the founder of An ordained rabbi, he was formerly the Rosh Yeshiva (dean) of Yeshivat Yesodei HaTorah in Beit Shemesh, Israel, and has educated and continues to inspire hundreds of students. A graduate of Brandeis University and numerous yeshiva programs, he also did graduate work in Oriental Studies at Oxford University. Scott is originally from Boston, and lives in Israel with his wife, Aliza, and their seven children.

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