The Jewish Relationship to the Environment
By Jewish Legal Heritage Society
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Is saving the environment something everyone is just expected to do? Or is there something positive to be gained? How does the Torah see our obligations toward the environment? These are just some of the provocative questions raised in The Jewish Relationship to the Environment, a series of three podcasts downloadable here,produced by the Jewish Legal Heritage Society Society (JLHS) with support from Targum Shlishi. The series is based on the book, Environment and Judaism: Legal and Philosophical Perspectives, by Nahum Rakover, Ph.D.
||Environment - How?||Explores the question of what Judaism has to say about man's relationship to the environment.||24 9 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Spirituality and the Environment||Discusses how Judaism sees man as having been given ownership of the world along with the obligation to be a good steward.||24 9 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
||Green, Why?||Explores the question of what Judaism has to say about man's relationship to the environment.||24 9 2007||Free||View In iTunes|