The Shmuz is a 45 minute Torah lecture that focuses on major issues of life. Issues ranging from "working on anger" to "learning to be a better spouse" -- from "understanding the reason behind davening" to "what my purpose is in this world". So many of concepts that we take as given - yet somehow we may not have focused on of late.
What satisfied listeners are saying:
"Great shiur app! Excellent selection of topics. Short ones and longer ones. App works smooth too." - Gabikay
"I love the shmuz, and this app is such a beautifully designed app !!" - Ysugar278
"Love the Shmuz app and how it's now easier than ever for me to listen to the Shmuz!!" - Michael Clapman
The Shmuz app allows you to access The Shmuz on the Weekly Parasha, listen to episodes of The Shmuz on your phone, and read articles written by Rabbi Shafier. You can save episodes of The Shmuz for later playback.
- Listen to TheShmuz through #255 and various seminars from Rabbi Shafier
- Download audio for offline playback.
- Watch Rabbi Shafier on the weekly parsha
- Media center integration
- Contact Rabbi Shafier via email
• Updated information about the June 2017 campaign. (Takes you out of the app.)
• Added campaign rules to the app.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Thanks for this app. Great stuff. Really enjoy it.
(Few suggestions, a way to save which shmuz and the place to resume. And a better forward and rewind options)
Great stuff on all topics plz add live video it gives more life
Such wisdom at the touch of your finger
Rabbi Shaffer delivers sagacious, perspicacious, insightful and meaningful lectures, ideas, thoughts and Mitzvot through this app. Coming from a non-religious and background I had my concerns with being able to understand Torah and the Hebrew language but to my surprise Rabbi Shaffer's ability to eloquently articulate deep concepts to the quotidian public is phenomenal. this app has helped foment and encourage my Judaism as well as the quality of my secular life. The agenda promoted in The Shmuze is innocuous, beneficial and truly a blessing. I am grateful for such an accessible luxury that I can call my own personal beacon to spiritual and cognitive elevation. Well Done Rabbi...Well done!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.