In this clip from the newest episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Rabbi Zachary Goodman shares about early Reform rabbinic responses to Prohibition:
Introduction While The Jewish Drinking Show has previously discussed Prohibition, as well as an aspect of Orthodox responses to Prohibition, the newest episode of the show features a discussion of Reform rabbinic responses to Prohibition, with first-time guest, Rabbi Zachary Goodman. Biography of Guest Rabbi Goodman was ordained by HUC-JIR four years ago, previously served as the […]
In this clip from the 101st episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Dr. Yaakov Weinstein shares his research on context for challenges of rabbis selling alcohol during Prohibition, deriving from his “Grape Juice: the Solution to Prohibition”, Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought Vol. 48, No. 1 (Spring 2015): 19-32.
In this clip from the 101st episode of The Jewish Drinking Show, Dr. Yaakov Weinstein shares his research on how American Orthodoxy treated grape juice like any other fruit juice in the Prohibition era and even afterwards, deriving from his “Grape Juice: the Solution to Prohibition”, Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought Vol. 48, No. […]
A curious thing happened with Prohibition: Orthodox Jews in America argued strongly for the use of wine in the course of various ritual uses. While episode #21 of The Jewish Drinking Show featured a discussion on Prohibition, the insufficiency of grape juice was argued strongly by Orthodox rabbis. Having researched and written on this topic in his […]
The newest episode of JewishDrinking.com: The Show is now out, featuring Professor Marni Davis, who wrote the 2012 book Jews and Booze: Becoming American in the Age of Prohibition, which makes her a perfect guest for the podcast. An associate professor in the department of History at Georgia State University, Professor Davis speaks on this […]