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Steven Toby Weinberg
The Schrift
Ancient Teachings for Modern Times
Warning: This is not your grandfather's d'var Torah podcast. Second Warning: The Schrift may prove monocle-shattering to those who consider themselves politically correct, moral, nice, or have ever even once helped an old blind lady across the street. Let's call into question some of the most hallowed beliefs of twenty-first century culture. Let's wake up from our automatized morality. It is time that we see philosophy as something rebellious and therapeutic rather than boring and esoteric. Using humor, personal anecdotes, and much hubris, the Schrift provides fresh and unexpected answers...
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5.0 stars from 13 ratings
Big fan ⭐️
For who’s into (mostly German) philosophy, spirituality and religion (from Judaism to Buddhism and more), indie music, life hacks and amusing anecdotes - this is your weekly inspiration. No dogma, no smart-assing, no teaching. Just food for thoughts and no better way to slide into Shabbat or...Read full review »
loapsndn via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 10/18/21
The Schrift will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will make you reevaluate your entire existence. One thing it won’t make you do, however, is moralize.
Stevehead0001 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/07/21
Love it
An exhalatory antidote to our national discourse.
FLFizz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/23/21
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