Wilderness Torah provides thought leadership at the cutting-edge of the movement to remember and reconnect to Judaism’s ancient earth-based roots.
Below are thought pieces about the earth-based Judaism movement, commentary on the weekly Torah portion and Jewish holidays, and teachings about the innovative work of Wilderness Torah to reconnect Jewish culture to its indigenous roots.
Moshe, You’ve Gone Too Far: Why Korach’s Rebellion Was Revolutionary 29 Sivan 5777 | June 23, 2017 Listen to Ariel Root Wolpe’s drash (teaching) from Kabbalat Shabbat, recorded June 23, 2017 at Urban Adamah, Berkeley,
Love and Rebuke, Shmita and Our New Story — Parhot Be-Har and Be-Hokkati 22 Iyyar 5777 | May 18, 2017 By Maggid Zelig Golden In this week’s parsha Be-Har (on the mountain) and Be-Hukkotai (by my decrees)
By Sophia Weiss, Joti Shephi, and Zelig Golden 18 Nisan 5777 | April 14, 2017 Join in the conversation about healing patriarchy in this time of great transition by listening to this powerful community address
Celebrating Our Tallest Teachers: New Buds, Running of the Sap, Songs of Freedom A Teaching for Tu B’Shvat | 13 Sh'vat 5777 | Feburary 9, 2017 By Maggid Zelig Golden We celebrate Tu B’Shvat, the birthday of
by Maggid Zelig Golden 9 Kislev 5777 | December 9, 2016 Below, listen to Maggid Zelig Golden's entire drash (teaching) from Kabbalat Shabbat, recorded December 9, 2016 at Urban Adamah, Berkeley, California.