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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Parshat Eikev: Program for Survival – and Success


G-d’s Eyes are Upon the Land of Israel All Year Round

Korach

This week’s Torah portion of parashat Eikev emphasizes the role of keeping the commandments as the key to Israel’s survival. But G-d’s plan for Israel is not just about survival; it’s about flourishing and prospering and bringing light and hope into the world. Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Chaim Richman explore this week’s fascinating Torah portion together and bring it all back home to the Land of Israel in this week’s episode of Temple Talk.

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Tisha B’Av on the Temple Mount: All-Time Record


Tu B’Av, The Ultimate Love Story: It’s Getting Better All the Time

Korach

This week we will mark the ‘unsung’ holiday of Tu B’Av, an ancient holiday representing an unparalleled revelation of love and devotion. The passage within a few days from Tisha B’Av to Tu B’Av is an amazing expression of the indefatigable spirit of the people of Israel, and their eternal, unbreakable bond of love with the Holy One, blessed be He. This week’s unforgettable edition of Temple Talk explores the nature of this oft-misunderstood day in a new light. Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman also discuss some beautiful aspects of this week’s Torah portion of Va’etchanan, and talk candidly and personally about what’s been happening on the Temple Mount.

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Whole New World: Why We Mourn for the Holy Temple


News Flash Just In From the Prophet Haggai: “…Because of My Temple which is ruined, while you run, each to his own house.”

Korach

As we enter the final countdown towards Israel’s day of national mourning for the destruction of the Holy Temple, Tisha B’Av, this week’s Temple Talk finds our hosts in their natural element, exploring the meaning of the Holy Temple for the whole world, in a whole new way, as seen through the eyes of the prophets of Israel. Why should we mourn for the loss of the Temple if we don’t feel we are missing anything? This reflective, profoundly sensitive broadcast is the perfect preparation for Tisha B’Av… and every other day of the year, for anyone who cares about living life to the fullest and connecting to the purpose of creation. May we merit to rebuild the Holy Temple together!

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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A Comfy Cushion for Tisha B’Av Mourning?


The Temple Institute Establishes the World’s First School for Training Kohanim for the Service of the Holy Temple

Korach

This week those in the Diaspora catch up with their brethren in the Land of Israel, with the Torah readings of Matot and Masei… and, this Friday we shall all welcome the new month of Menachem Av, the Consoling Father. As the month of Av enters, our traditional customs of mourning are ratcheted up, and the process of introspection and mourning for the loss of the Holy Temple intensifies as the Ninth of Av draws closer. This week’s Temple Talk takes a hard look at what has become the yearly cycle of mourning for the Temple, and asks: Has it evolved into a yearly cycle of avoidance? Why has the rebuilding of the Holy Temple become mythologized? If we believe the Holy Temple has to become real, then we need to prepared for its resumption in every way…. that’s why the Temple Institute has established Nezer HaKodesh, the world’s first school for training kohanim (Levitical priests) for their service in the Holy Temple.

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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The Three Weeks: Readying to Rise Up and Rebuild


Take a Look Out Your Window: The World Needs the Holy Temple Now More Than Ever!

Korach

With the observance of the Fast of Tammuz 17 which was marked this past Sunday, the nation of Israel has now entered ‘between the straits,’ into the annual three-week mourning period for the destruction of the Holy Temple. But what is the true goal of the mourning experience? This week’s thought-provoking edition of Temple Talk focuses on attitudes and misconceptions about this cycle of mourning, as Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman urge us to ‘escape from the hamster wheel’ and turn this tragic period into triumph — through resolve and action. If you are wondering what is preventing Israel from rebuilding the Holy Temple, don’t miss this week’s Temple Talk!

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Tammuz 17: The Meaning of the Cycle of Mourning


Political Correctness Gone Mad: Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil… But There is Evil All Around Us

Korach

This week’s edition of Temple Talk grapples head on with the universal malady of denying evil and the politically correct establishment’s refusal to recognize and identify the dangers threatening society. Pinchas, the most politically incorrect kohen who ever lived, was rewarded with an eternal priesthood and a covenant of peace… all because he stood up for the truth. Is it wrong to point that out? Are we in trouble here? Do we have to apologize for Torah? Are its eternal truths to be put on trial? All this, plus our hosts inimitable insights into the upcoming cycle of mourning for the Holy Temple, in this week’s episode of Temple Talk.

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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From Bilam to UNESCO: The Fine Art of Cursing Jews


Hallel Yaffa Ariel of Blessed Memory Unites All of Israel Around the Temple Mount

Korach

Just back from a speaking tour in the USA, Rabbi Richman reunites with Yitzchak Reuven in Jerusalem for this week’s exciting edition of Temple Talk. Our hosts reflect on the heathen prophet Bilaam’s desire to curse the people of Israel as described in this week’s Torah portion of Balak, and connect this to UNESCO’s most recent machinations to officially proclaim the Temple Mount as having no connection to Jewish history. Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman also report on the continuing Temple Mount awareness revolution, which is growing stronger and effecting all aspects of Israeli society, as witnessed this week as a thousand Jews from all over the Land of Israel heeded the call of bereaved parents Rina and Amichai Ariel, and streamed to the Temple Mount to honor the memory of their holy daughter Hallel Yaffa, murdered in her own bed by an Arab terrorist

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