Podcasts produced by Professor Haim Shore or second or third parties:
 Talk of Avinoam Ben-Mordechai with Haim Shore (originally published, July, 4th, 2020; Produced by Avinoam Ben-Mordechai; Part 1 of 2):
 Talk of Avinoam Ben-Mordechai with Haim Shore (originally published, July, 11th, 2020; Produced by Avinoam Ben-Mordechai; Part 2 of 2):
 Posts from Haim Shore blog (English):
3.1 “Kavod – the most peculiar word in biblical Hebrew” (female voice):
3.2 “World is My Own and I have Made Myself” – A Tale of Two Cultures (Podcast-audio):
Three biblical stories expressing same state-of-mind as today’s prevailing culture (English, narrated by a female voice):
3.3 Basic Human Condition: “Angels of God Ascending and Descending” (Gen. 28:12; Podcast-audio):
“In the beginning God created The Heavens and The Earth” (Gen. 1:1). Are these two worlds apart, or are they communicating with one another? A single verse in Torah may deliver a clue, thereby defining for us a most basic human condition.
3.4 “Do not steal” – Is it in the Ten Commandments?
The answer to this intriguing question may surprise you. The true meaning of the Eighth Commandment, according to traditional Jewish scholarship, is not what it appears to be.
So where prohibition on stealing, in the common sense of the word, does appear in the Ten Commandments?
Find details in this podcast:
3.5 What do we know of God? (Podcast-audio)
Based on the Jewish Hebrew Bible (Torah, the prophets), on in-dept analysis of biblical Hebrew words and on traditional Jewish interpreters, the detailed answer may be somewhat unexpected:
3.6 “Thou shall not boil a kid in its mother’s milk” (Exod. 23:19). Why? (Podcast-audio)
Jewish Kosher laws, seemingly arbitrary and devoid of any possible rational justification, in fact are based on a very deep principle of how we should conduct our lives to maintain health, spiritually and physically.
What is this principle?
3.7 “Only, no fear of God in this place” (Gen. 20:11; Podcast-audio)
What happens to a society, governed by democratically-elected representatives, subject to humanly-created law?
Is this guarantee that atrocities not be committed?
Here are three stories from Scripture, involving three biblical heroes:
King Abimelech, King David, Abraham.
The stories are seemingly non-related. In fact, they convey a single common message. What is this message?
3.8 Free Will — The Act of Separating and Choosing (Podcast-audio)
Why is there free-will?
What are the necessary and sufficient requirements for free-will to be exercised?
How do we make decisions within the two worlds, comprising our lives, the “World of Law-of-Nature” and the “World of Randomness”?
These questions and others are addressed, supported by excerpts from the Bible.
3.9 The Three Pillars of Truth (Lessons from the Hebrew Alphabet; Podcast-audio)
What does “Truth” stand on? How do we tell truth from falsehood?
The Hebrew Alphabet conveys to us the essential ingredients of truth.
We denote these:
The Three Pillars of Truth.
What are they?
3.10 “Becoming Holy” — The Bible Prescription
This podcast (and the accompanying post) consider various paths to Holiness, suggested in the past, and contrast them with the biblical way.
3.11 “And There was Evening and There was Morning” (Genesis 1) — A Different Interpretation (Podcast)
An innovative new interpretation of Genesis well-known verse and how it comports with modern science.
3.12 “Shamayim” — The Most Counter-intuitive Yet Scientifically Accurate Word in Biblical Hebrew (Podcast)
The deeper meaning and implications of the biblical Hebrew Shamayim (Sky).
3.13 Black Holes and Near-Death Experience (NDE) — A One-way Flow of Information (Podcast)
One-way flow of Information is characteristic to black holes. However, it also forms the basic human condition, regarding communicating with “the other side”. Is this similarity coincidental?
3.14 Why Trust Bible Prophets?? (Podcast)
Israelite prophets, prophecies of whom are everywhere in the Jewish Bible, right left and center, explicitly stated that God, the creator of “The Heaven and The Earth”, had spoken to them.
Should we trust them?
3.15 How Israel Transformed from a Land of Common-Sense to a Bastion of Formalities (Podcast)
A magnifying glass directed at the fundamental transformation that the Israeli society is going through, shifting personal responsibility, mandated by free-will, to the responsibility of court of law.
3.16 Punishment vs. Guidance — Explaining Adverse Outcome of Well-intentioned Behavior (Podcast) “Why Bad Things Happen to Good People?” A somewhat original insight to an age-old mystery.
3.17 Is Torah Divinely Inspired? (Podcast)
Three research efforts that have found shared patterns between scientific models of physical reality, the Hebrew Bible and biblical Hebrew:
3.18 Agag, Haman the Agagite, Gog, Magog, Gag — What binds them all together? (Podcast)
On the general concept of “Roof” in the Hebrew Bible, and what does it really signify:
3.19 Why Predictions of Surgery-Duration are So Poor, and a Possible Remedy (Podcast)
Accurate prediction of surgery-duration is key to optimal utilization of operating theatres. Yet, current predictions, based on best available statistical and AI techniques, are highly inaccurate. This causes operating rooms worldwide to operate in a sub-optimal mode. Based on personal experience, supported by recently published three peer-reviewed articles, we believe that the poor state-of-the-art of current predictive methods for surgery-duration is traceable to a single cause. What is it? What is the remedy?
3.20 Where Statistics Went Wrong Modeling Random Variation? (Podcast)
To-date, there are thousands of statistical distributions published in the Statistics literature. This seems insane. Perhaps the gigantic number of distributions indicates that we are wrong in how we model random variation, as observed in nature??
3.21 “Diber” or “Dever” – Two Modes of Divine Dialogue with Humankind in a World of Free-Will (Podcast)
The Ten Commandments, in their original biblical Hebrew, are — Ten Devarim, or Ten Dibrot (the singular of which is Diber). No commandment is mentioned! What is the deep significance lurking behind this bizarre phenomenon?
3.22 How I Repaid Maccabiah for Saving My Father from the Holocaust (Podcast)
The story of my father, participating in the first Maccabiah (1932), how his life was spared, and how I repaid my debt.