Updated: Aug 17, 2022
Release DATE: July 20, 2022
Our first guest host, Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik, reminds us how often Jews think about Egypt. Whether we are remembering through Passover, through our mezuzot, or through Torah study, Egypt seems to be a recurring theme for Jews. We’re pretty much like superheroes in that way, or at least one superhero in particular.
The theme music for Torah Smash! was created by Shawn Fogel. You can check out Shawn's bands and studio work at www.thesleepywest.com.
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