I Am For My Beloved – Podcast Interview

July 29, 2020

Talli Rosenbaum on love and marriage and the joys and challenges of intimacy.

“Sex is not something you ‘have’ but rather an expression of an intimate and erotic energy that a couple mutually shares.” This quote, from the recently released book, I Am For My Beloved: A Guide to Enhanced Intimacy for Married Couples by co-authors Talli Rosenbaum and David Ribner, reflects the theme that a passionate marriage is about cultivating a loving, emotionally intimate relationship.

In this episode of Intimate Judaism, Rabbi Scott Kahn interviews co-host Talli Rosenbaum, and her co-author Dr. David Ribner about the book, which helps couples improve both their emotional and physical intimate lives. Join Rabbi Scott, David, and Talli, as they discuss the challenges of writing a book about sex for Orthodox Jewish couples, the topics they chose, and the book’s relevance for Jewish couples, regardless of their background. 

Finally, listen here as Talli and David offer suggestions for sustaining passion in a long term, monogamous marriage.


Jewish Veganism With Dr. Richard Schwartz and Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz

November 29, 2016

WhoStoleMyReligion9789655242348With Victoria Moran of Unity.fm

Among Newsweek‘s “Top 50 Rabbis in America,” Shmuly Yanklowitz joins Richard Schwartz, Ph.D., of JewishVeg for an inspiring hour on why veganism is a Jewish value and a human value.

Listen to the full interview here.

 


Panel at Yeshiva University on Majesty and Humility: The Thought of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik by Reuven Ziegler

April 16, 2012

 

 

Audio for this YU Seforim Sale panel with Rabbi Dr. Jacob J. Schacter, Rabbi Michael Rosensweig, Dr. David Shatz and Rabbi Reuven Ziegler, conducted on February 5, 2012 can be found here at www.yutorah.org

 


Stanley Fischman WABC radio podcast

February 26, 2012

Stanley Fischman, author of The Seven Steps to “Mentschhood”, was interviewed on the longest running program on WABC Radio 77, Religion on the Line, on February 12, 2012. Listen to the podcast from mark 90.