“Conversations” TV show presents second part of interview with Rabbi Simcha Raphael about death and dying

Jewish Sacred Aging TV producing "Conversations" with Rabbi Address about Baby Boomers, aging, and spirituality

Rabbi Address, right, and Rabbi Simcha Raphael, during taping of their discussion for Rabbi Address' new TV show, "Conversations," which debuts on this website tomorrow night at 6pm.
Rabbi Address, right, and Rabbi Simcha Raphael, during taping of their conversation.

Jewish Sacred Aging Television’s new show, Conversations, features Rabbi Richard Address and guests discussing topics relevant to Baby Boomers coping with spiritual questions and issues of aging.

In the second episode, Rabbi Address concludes his conversation with Rabbi Simcha Raphael, Ph.D., director of the Da’at Institute, about Jewish views on death, dying, and bereavement.

You can watch the program in the player below.

You can bookmark this link for future programs, which will be published around the 1st and 15th of each month.

Guest Bio

Rabbi Simcha Raphael, Ph.D., Director, Da'at Institute
Rabbi Simcha Raphael, Ph.D.
Director, Da’at Institute

SIMCHA RAPHAEL, Ph.D., is the Founding Director of the DA’AT INSTITUTE. He has worked as a death awareness educator, bereavement counselor and hospice chaplain for over twenty-five years. Ordained as a Rabbinic Pastor by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, he received a doctorate in Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and has written extensively on the topics of death, bereavement and the afterlife.

 

 

 

The TV series is produced in the studios of the Lubetkin Media Companies LLC, Cherry Hill, which also manages this website.

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