Why Be Jewish?

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“Why Be Jewish?” is probably the most important mp3s you will ever listen to. “Why Be Jewish?” is the number one question every Jew should be able to answer.  After listening to this you will have the answer and a much deeper understanding of being Jewish.

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By Michal on March 21, 2010 -- 1:18am

Great speaker, made me think and laugh at the same time.

By Adam Redwine on April 21, 2010 -- 9:03am

Very nice presentation.  The Rabbi’s comments speak to all thinking persons and truly bring out why it is that religion does and should matter.

By frieda levy on December 16, 2010 -- 12:13am

how beautiful! what a positive, optimistic, pleasurable way of looking at life-especially our own lives!  Thank you

By S on August 13, 2011 -- 4:48pm

This was hilarious, and so intelligently put. I think every Jew should listen to it. It allows the listener to hear Rabbi Orlofsky’s smart solution to this seemingly unanswerable yet pertinent question, while having a laugh at the whole of world Jewry, whom this rabbi/comedian so aptly imitates.

By Lisa on November 4, 2011 -- 4:27am

Took me back to remember my roots!

By Michael Goldstein on June 22, 2012 -- 1:22pm

This was the most amazing presentation of the Jewish idea I have heard. I have read Rabbi Sacks’ book “Letter in the Scroll” which is enlightning and I have tried to get through “Path of the Just”. But you, Rabbi Orlofsky shine!

All the way through I was so entertained-you truly have a gift of narration and I wondered where you will peak. Well, the peak came at the end and I was blown away.

By Brian McComas on July 19, 2012 -- 9:17am

Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky was very amazing in this audio.  He both took serious issues and comedy and rolled it all around.  About every 3 to 5 minutes everyone would just laugh.  He holds your attention 100% and delivers serious messages with laughter.  I would love to go to Israel and follow him around and learn from him.

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