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A River Flowed from Eden

A River Flowed from Eden

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A River Flowed from Eden is the perfect addition to your Shabbat table. Rabbi Ari Kahn has collected 54 of his thought-provoking short essays, one for each of the weekly Torah portions, in a volume that is sure to spark interest and meaningful discussion. Rabbi Kahn's newest volume raises existential and philosophical issues and culls contemporary messages from the sacred, timeless text of the Torah while retaining fidelity to rabbinic tradition. Written in accessible, engaging language, each essay examines a single idea from the weekly Torah reading. Grappling with the challenges presented by the text, the trials and tribulations of Judaism's founding mothers and fathers, and the philosophical underpinnings of observance, Rabbi Kahn illuminates the remarkably contemporary issues of morality and faith, society and sanctity contained in each Torah portion.
A Spash of Torah

A Splash of Torah

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“Can you share a quick dvar Torah?”

Have you ever been asked this question but were at a loss for something to say?

Now you can speak with confidence to any audience while keeping it short and sweet!

A Splash of Torah is perfect for anyone looking to deliver a short and inspiring insight on the Parashah.

A Splash of Torah Birth, Marriage, Bar/Bat Mitzvah

A Splash of Torah Birth, Marriage, Bar/Bat Mitzvah

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“Can you share a quick dvar Torah?”

Have you ever been asked this question but were at a loss for something to say?

Now you can speak with confidence to any audience while keeping it short and sweet!

A Splash of Torah is perfect for anyone looking to deliver a short and inspiring insight on the Parashah.

A Year with Martin Buber: Wisdom on the Weekly Torah Portion

A Year with Martin Buber: Wisdom on the Weekly Torah Portion

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The teachings of the great twentieth-century Jewish thinker Martin Buber empower us to enter a spiritual dimension that often passes unnoticed in the daily routine. In A Year with Martin Buber, the first Torah commentary to focus on his life's work, we experience the fifty-four weekly Torah portions and eleven Jewish holidays through Buber's eyes.

While best known for the spiritual concept of the I-Thou relationship between people, Buber graced us with other fundamentals, including Over Against, Afterglow, Will and Grace, Reification, Inclusion, and Imagine the Real. And his life itself--including his defiance of the Nazis, his call for Jewish-Arab reconciliation, and his protest of Adolf Eichmann's execution--modeled these teachings in action.

Rabbi Dennis S. Ross demonstrates Buber's roots in Jewish thought and breaks new ground by explaining the broader scope of Buber's life and work in a clear, conversational voice. He quotes from the weekly Torah portion; draws lessons from Jewish commentators; and sets Buber's related words in context with Buber's remarkable life story, Hasidic tales, and writing. A wide variety of anecdotal illustrations from Buber as well as the author's life encourages each of us to "hallow the everyday" and seek out spirituality "hiding in plain sight."

A Year with Mordecai Kaplan: Wisdom on the Weekly Torah Portion

A Year with Mordecai Kaplan: Wisdom on the Weekly Torah Portion

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You are invited to spend a year with the inspirational words, ideas, and counsel of the great twentieth-century thinker Rabbi Mordecai Kaplan, through his meditations on the fifty-four weekly Torah portions and eleven Jewish holidays.

A pioneer of ideas and action--teaching that "Judaism is a civilization" encompassing Jewish culture, art, and peoplehood; demonstrating how synagogues can be full centers for Jewish living (building one of the first "shuls with a pool"); and creating the first-ever bat mitzvah ceremony (for his daughter Judith)--Kaplan transformed the landscape of American Jewry. Yet much of Kaplan's rich treasury of ethical and spiritual thought is largely unknown.

Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben, who studied closely with Kaplan, offers unique insight into Kaplan's teachings about ethical relationships and spiritual fulfillment, including how to embrace godliness in everyday experience, our mandate to become agents of justice in the world, and the human ability to evolve personally and collectively. Quoting from the week's Torah portion, Reuben presents Torah commentary, a related quotation from Kaplan, a reflective commentary integrating Kaplan's understanding of the Torah text, and an intimate story about his family or community's struggles and triumphs--guiding twenty-first-century spiritual seekers of all backgrounds on how to live reflectively and purposefully every day.

A-S Early Proph W/Talmud - Joshua/Judges

A-S Early Proph W/Talmud - Joshua/Judges

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A brand-new resource that will change the way you understand Chumash. The Oral Torah is based on the Written Torah, and it often cites verses from the books of Neviim (Prophets). In this unique commentary to Navi, the original text of the Oral Torah and an easy-to-follow explanation appear with the verse that was cited in the Mishnah, Talmud, or Midrash. Here, we can see what the Oral Torah teaches about the verses, profoundly enriching our understanding of the text. Milstein Edition Early Prophets with the Teachings of the Talmud includes: • Hebrew text of the Navi with a flowing English translation • Targum, Rashi, Radak, and Metzudos, fully vowelized • The text of Mishnah, Talmuds Bavli and Yerushalmi, Mesechtos Ketanos, or Midrash that mentions the verse, in the original Hebrew or Aramaic • An easy-to-read narrative adaptation of the text of the Oral Torah, explaining what the Sages say

A-S Midrash Rabbah- 12 vol Kleinman edition

A-S Midrash Rabbah- 12 vol Kleinman edition

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If you want to unlock the spiritual and ethical treasures of Jewish thought... If you want to share the insights and brilliance of Midrashic commentators, both classic and contemporary... If you want to discover the depth and beauty of the Midrash... Now is the time to begin.

A monumental and magnificent new Torah project: The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah

Like the Talmud, the Midrash is part of the Oral Law. The Midrash delves into the spiritual essence of the revealed Torah. It adds many missing details of the Torah's narrative, and provides the ethical tradition that was passed down orally from generation to generation. Midrash Rabbah is the best known and most widely studied of all the Midrashic works. The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah is a 16-volume project covering all of Midrash Rabbah, on the entire Chumash and the Five Megillahs.

The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah features:

  • The Hebrew text, newly typeset, on pages facing the English translation and commentary
  • Many classic Hebrew commentaries, including Rashi, Matnos Kehunah, Eitz Yosef, and Maharzu, plus the out-of-print classic Eshed HaNechalim -- All newly typeset on the Hebrew page
  • ArtScroll/Mesorah's acclaimed phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation of the Midrash text, created by an international team of Torah scholars for optimum understanding of the Midrash
  • Explanatory footnotes to help clarify difficult passages and concepts
  • A special "Insights" section that amplifies or complements our elucidated text and notes and at times brings a contemporary focus to the timeless words of the Midrash

"Insights": Midrashic teachings enriching our contemporary understanding The Midrash has been the source of Jewish ethical and spiritual teachings for millennia, and has been mined for its treasures particularly by the masters of Mussar and Chassidic thought. In the unique "Insights" feature, we see the Midrash through the eyes of classic early authorities as well as more contemporary giants of Torah thought such as Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, the Sefas Emes, and Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler, and many others.

A-S Midrash Rabbah- 17 vol Kleinman edition

A-S Midrash Rabbah- 17 vol Kleinman edition

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If you want to unlock the spiritual and ethical treasures of Jewish thought... If you want to share the insights and brilliance of Midrashic commentators, both classic and contemporary... If you want to discover the depth and beauty of the Midrash... Now is the time to begin.

A monumental and magnificent new Torah project: The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah

Like the Talmud, the Midrash is part of the Oral Law. The Midrash delves into the spiritual essence of the revealed Torah. It adds many missing details of the Torah's narrative, and provides the ethical tradition that was passed down orally from generation to generation. Midrash Rabbah is the best known and most widely studied of all the Midrashic works. The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah is a 16-volume project covering all of Midrash Rabbah, on the entire Chumash and the Five Megillahs.

The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah features:

  • The Hebrew text, newly typeset, on pages facing the English translation and commentary
  • Many classic Hebrew commentaries, including Rashi, Matnos Kehunah, Eitz Yosef, and Maharzu, plus the out-of-print classic Eshed HaNechalim -- All newly typeset on the Hebrew page
  • ArtScroll/Mesorah's acclaimed phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation of the Midrash text, created by an international team of Torah scholars for optimum understanding of the Midrash
  • Explanatory footnotes to help clarify difficult passages and concepts
  • A special "Insights" section that amplifies or complements our elucidated text and notes and at times brings a contemporary focus to the timeless words of the Midrash

"Insights": Midrashic teachings enriching our contemporary understanding The Midrash has been the source of Jewish ethical and spiritual teachings for millennia, and has been mined for its treasures particularly by the masters of Mussar and Chassidic thought. In the unique "Insights" feature, we see the Midrash through the eyes of classic early authorities as well as more contemporary giants of Torah thought such as Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, the Sefas Emes, and Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler, and many others.

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ISBN-10: 1422616371
ISBN #: 9781422616376
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 904
Dimensions:8.75 x 12 inches /
 Weight:5 LBS
A-S Sforno on Chumash Set 2V

A-S Sforno on Chumash Set 2V

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Understand the Meaning and Depth of Sforno! Rabbi Raphael Pelcovitz’s highly acclaimed translation and annotation of the Sforno’s commentary on Chumash is now available in a reformatted edition, with the complete Hebrew text of Seforno included. Rav Ovadiah Sforno was a 16th-century Italian rav and physician whose comments and insights are as relevant today as they were in his day. His classic commentary, a model of brevity and profundity, is included in every set of Mikraos Gedolos, becoming a mainstay of Chumash study. Rabbi Pelcovitz’s translation of Sforno is unrivaled, opening this classic commentary to the English reader. This two-volume set includes the full Chumash text and its translation.

A-S Sforno on Chumash VOL 1 BER/SHEM

A-S Sforno on Chumash VOL 1 BER/SHEM

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This classic commentary, a model of brevity and profundity, has never been made so clear in any language. Rav Ovadiah Sforno was a 16th-century Italian rav and physician whose comments and insights are as relevant today as they were in his day. This two-volume set includes the Chumash text and translation, along with the complete Hebrew text of Seforno and its translation, written and annotated by Rabbi Raphael Pelcovitz.

A-S Sforno on Chumash VOL 2 VAY/BAM/DEV

A-S Sforno on Chumash VOL 2 VAY/BAM/DEV

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This classic commentary, a model of brevity and profundity, has never been made so clear in any language. Rav Ovadiah Sforno was a 16th-century Italian rav and physician whose comments and insights are as relevant today as they were in his day. This two-volume set includes the Chumash text and translation, along with the complete Hebrew text of Seforno and its translation, written and annotated by Rabbi Raphael Pelcovitz.

A-S Targum Onkelos Zichron Meir 5 vol. Student Size

A-S Targum Onkelos Zichron Meir 5 vol. Student Size

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Targum Onkelos - the translation of the Chumash into Aramaic by Onkelos - is so important that the Sages included it in the obligation to read the weekly Chumash portion "shnayim mikra v'echad Targum” the Torah text twice andTargum Onkelos once. Now you will be able to gain a better understanding of the interpretation of Onkelos and enhance your understanding of Chumash. ArtScroll proudly presents the Zichron Meir Edition of Targum Onkelos: The definitive Aramaic interpretive translation of the Torah, elucidated and annotated. The Zichron Meir Edition of Targum Onkelos includes: Chumash, Rashi, and Targum Onkelos fully vowelized An elucidation of Targum Onkelos, following the style of the Sapirstein Edition of Rashi and other ArtScroll classics An interlinear design, with the words of Targum Onkelos placed directly under the Hebrew of the Chumash text A flowing translation of the Chumash, based on the Stone Chumash. This includes words marked in bold when the translation differs from that of Onkelos Text that is highlighted when Onkelos deviates from the literal translation into his own interpretation Notes that explain and clarify those places where Onkelos appears to add his own phrase or where he deviates from the simple meaning of the verse. Footnotes that include background information and insights of other commentators

Abraham: The Story of a Journey

Abraham: The Story of a Journey

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A fascinating look at Abraham, the founder of the Israelite nation, and largely considered the originator of the revolutionary religious philosophy of ethical monotheism. In this work, Jonathan Grossman's unveils layers of complexity in Abraham's character, which, like his journey, is multifaceted and paradoxical, and marks the beginning of the story of the nation of Israel.
Abravanel's World of Torah- Vayikra 1: Meat of the Matter

Abravanel's Wrld of Tor Vykra 1: Meat of the Matter

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This volume comprises the first five parshiyot of Sefer Vayikra (Leviticus). It mostly pertains to Temple sacrifices and clarifies a central part of the Torah, one that is widely misunderstood and largely unappreciated. Exploration and discovery-these are Abravanel's hallmarks. With unequaled passion for probing Biblical mysteries, a quest begins. Limitless gems of eternal wisdom enticingly sparkle at every destination. Bereshit, a room of locked secrets, contains many doors. Thankfully,millennia of scholars and commentators have handed down hallowed keys for posterity. Utilizing integrated knowledge of the entire Bible coupled with Sinai's Oral Traditions-together the sum total of man's moral and ethical knowledge-Geonim and Rishonim gradually cracked Torah's vaults ajar. A fifteenth century tour de force,Don Yitzchak Abravanel's magnum opus thoroughly revolutionized Biblical exegesis.His works have never been translated from their original Hebrew. Until now.

Abravanel's World of Torah- Vayikra 2: A Certain Calling

Abravanel's Wrld Tor- Vaykra 2: A Certain Calling

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Abravanel's World of Torah Vayikra volume 2 An outstanding translation of the fascinating commentary by the last of the Spanish greats. Storyline reads as masterful narrative! --Rabbi Berel Wein, Rav, Beit Knesset HaNassi, Jerusalem A major contribution to Torah literature.. --Rabbi Abraham J. Twersky M.D. Author of more than 60 books In the passages that I have seen, he[Zev Bar Eitan] not only makes Abravanel more accessible, but makes him come alive through a lively, contemporary treatment. --Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, prolific and featured writer, Co-Founder of Cross-Currents Rabbi Yitzchak Abarbanel (Abravanel) lived at the end of the time of the Spanish Rishonim and his books reflect his end-of-an-era status. He dutifully surveys the opinions of his predecessors before critiquing them and offering his own brilliantly creative interpretations. Like many Spanish Torah scholars, the Abarbanel had a sustained interest in philosophy, language and the literal meaning of the Bible. Therefore, his Torah commentary in particular is an adventure in Medieval thought, with the Abarbanel mediating a battle between the greatest minds and offering his own substantial contributions. However, while his expansive commentaries are fascinating reading, they are often too long and too technical for the average reader. Zev Bar Eitan has devised a creative way to redeem Abarbanel for the masses. With ample literary talent, Bar Eitan retells the story of the Book of Vayikra based on the Abarbanel s commentary. A careful reader will find many hidden interpretations in the simple prose, the fine details of the story as understood by the Abarbanel. Additionally, Bar Eitan offers tastes of the dramatic philosophical debates that the Abarbanel conducts, replacing the lengthy proofs with a summary accessible to contemporary readers. The result is a unique and exciting trip through Bereishit and its Medieval commentators. --Rabbi Gil Student Jewish Action Summer 2020

Abravanel's World of Torah- Shemot 1. Sinai Rules

Abravanels World Of Torah - Shemot Vol. I Sinai Rules

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Covering the first six parshiyot in Sefer Shemot, this volume features a systematic translation of Abravanel’s classic commentary beginning with Parashat Shemot until the end of Parashat Mishpatim, plus much more. Critically acclaimed by leading rabbis, educators, and reviewers.

Achas Sha'alti, Volume 2

Achas Sha'alti, Volume 2

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Achas Sha’alti 2 is the second volume in an amazing series — made especially for kids — that offers fascinating halachic challenges and solutions from the Torah wisdom of Rabbi Yitzchak Zilberstein shlita, son-in-law of HaGaon Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt”l. For each parshah of the week, two captivating modern-day stories present questions to be solved and their answers, accompanied by illustrations from the acclaimed artist, Yoni Gerstein. Your children (and you!) will be enthralled by these intriguing, stimulating, and easy-to-read shiurim, written by Rabbi Erez Chazani, author of the popular Veha’arev Na series. Now the entire family, young and old, can bring the excitement of Torah to your Shabbos table!

Achas Sha'alti, Volume 3

Achas Sha'alti, Volume 3

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Achas Sha’alti 3 is the third volume in an amazing series ― made especially

for kids ― that offers fascinating halachic challenges and solutions from the Torah wisdom of Rabbi Yitzchak Zilberstein shlita, son-in-law of HaGaon Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt”l. For each parshah of the week, two captivating modern-day stories present questions to be solved and their answers, accompanied by illustrations from the acclaimed artist Yoni Gerstein. Your children (and you!) will be enthralled by these intriguing, stimulating, and

easy-to-read shiurim, written by Rabbi Erez Chazani, author of the popular Veha’arev Na series. Now the entire family, young and old, can bring the excitement of Torah to your Shabbos table!

Aish Kodesh

Aish Kodesh- Hebrew

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Sefer Aish Kodesh displays interesting torah discussions spoken on Shabbos and Yom Tov by Rabbi Klonimus Kalmish of Piasetzna H"yd in the Warsaw Ghetto. His writings were found in the remains of the ghetto.

A-S RAMBAN BEREISHIS 1

Artscroll Ramban on the Chumash - Available in Two Sizes

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Ramban (Nachmanides) Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman, who lived in 13th-century Spain, was one of the greatest minds in an epoch of great men. Unexcelled in depth, breadth, scope, and profundity, Ramban's comprehensive commentary on the Torah is exceedingly brilliant, exceedingly seminal - and exceedingly complex. Few are those who have mastered this masterpiece. Now, thanks to a superb group of exceptional scholars, writers, and editors, Ramban's Torah commentary is coming alive in English for everyone. This volume includes Genesis chapters 1-25

Now, you will be able to master this essential commentary to the Torah - thanks to the new ArtScroll Edition of Ramban Newly typeset text of the Torah text and translation Newly typeset Hebrew Rashi and Targum Onkelos text Newly typeset Ramban in Hebrew, complete with nikud, punctuation, paragraph breaks, and footnote references for ease of use. Phrase-by-phrase translation of Ramban's non-kabbalistic commentary with added elucidation for smooth reading and clear understanding Introductory notes to set the stage for the commentary Thousands of explanatory footnotes Ramban (Nachmanides) Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman, who lived in 13th-century Spain, was one of the greatest minds in an epoch of great men. He was a leader, a thinker, a Torah and Talmud commentator, a halachic decisor, a successful defender of Judaism against the Church and its Jewish apostates. At the age of 70 he was exiled from his native Aragon, and during the next three years, he wrote the monumental Chumash commentary that has stood the test of over six centuries. Unexcelled in depth, breadth, scope, and profundity, Ramban's comprehensive commentary is exceedingly brilliant, exceedingly seminal - and exceedingly complex. Few are those who have mastered this masterpiece. Now, thanks to a superb group of exceptional scholars, writers, and editors, Ramban's Chumash commentary is coming alive in English for everyone. Following the renowned pattern of the magnificent Schottenstein Edition of the Talmud and the Sapirstein Edition of Rashi, this classic commentary is presented with unprecedented clarity. No effort has been spared to make this new Chumash clear, accurate, and "user-friendly". In short, this treatment of Chumash-Ramban will be the last word for generations to come. When completed, it will be seven volumes of excellence. This historic project will be a momentous breakthrough in Torah literature. Enjoy the richness of Ramban's commentary and see your understanding of the Torah grow as you never imagined it could.

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Artscroll Ramban on Torah - Complete 7 Volume Set

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Now, you will be able to master this essential commentary to the Torah - thanks to the new ArtScroll Edition of Ramban Newly typeset text of the Torah text and translation Newly typeset Hebrew Rashi and Targum Onkelos text Newly typeset Ramban in Hebrew, complete with nikud, punctuation, paragraph breaks, and footnote references for ease of use. Phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation of Ramban Added words and phrases for smooth reading and clear understanding Introductory notes to set the stage for the commentary Thousands of explanatory footnotes Ramban (Nachmanides) Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman, who lived in 13th-century Spain, was one of the greatest minds in an epoch of great men. He was a leader, a thinker, a Torah and Talmud commentator, a halachic decisor, a successful defender of Judaism against the Church and its Jewish apostates. At the age of 70 he was exiled from his native Aragon, and during the next three years, he wrote the monumental Chumash commentary that has stood the test of over six centuries. Unexcelled in depth, breadth, scope, and profundity, Ramban

AT HOME WITH TORAH

At Home With Torah

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In this magnificent volume, full of deep lessons, penetrating insights, and entertaining stories, readers will be swept away in the pleasure of Torah. In this inspirational volume, readers will whet their appetites for more and more. About the Author: Rabbi Avrohom Leitner grew up in Manchester, England, and learned for many years in some of the best yeshivos in the UK and Eretz Yisroel. For many years, he has been sending out popular emails on the weekly parsha. Presently, he is marbitz Torah in Eretz Yisroel, where he lives with his wife and family. Approbations: "This generation has witnessed the publication of many worthwhile collections of Divrei Torah on the parshiyos. This sefer, however, is not just a 'collection,' it is an 'experience.' " —Rabbi Yehuda Leib Wittler, Gateshead "Interesting, informative, inspiring and entertaining." —Rabbi Zev Leff, Moshav Matityahu

Back to the Beginning

Back to the Beginning

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The author, an observant Jew, has been a practicing attorney with a large international law firm for over 25 years, rendering him uncommonly positioned to speak of the beautiful and wondrous contours of Torah Judaism in a way that can be comfortably and seamlessly reconciled with deep immersion in our secular world. Through these Divrei Torah, the author displays an unbounded love and respect for the absolute truth and infinite elegance of the Torah even as he wrestles and comes to grips with the most challenging issues confronting us in today's world.

Be'er Yosef: Selected Writings Of Rav Yosef Tzvi Salant Adapted Into English

Be'er Yosef: Selected Writings Of Rav Yosef Tzvi Salant Adapted Into English

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You hold in your hands a hidden gem ― a sefer whose insights a young Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbachwould eagerly hear directly from their author. He was so enthralled that he implored Rav Salant to put these powerful lessons into print.

Be’er Yosef is a treasure trove of unique insights on the parashah. The simplest questions, often left unaddressed by earlier authorities, are given the most profound yet intuitive answers. Rav Yosef Tzvi Salant provides a unique combination of his mastery of Midrash with his mesorah from the mussar giant Rav Yitzchak Blazer, the primary student of Rav Yisroel Salanter.

Now available in English for the first time, Rav Salant’s teachings can finally be enjoyed by a greater and varied audience.

Books of Yehoshua and Shoftim

Books of Yehoshua and Shoftim

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The comprehensive commentary of Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch to the Chumash is based on his interpretative method of precise elucidation of the text and meaning of the words.

His grandson, Rav Dr. Joseph Breuer, applied this same method for his commentary to Yehoshua and Shoftim, and has brought to light the timeless words of the Tanach in an original, inspiring fashion. This English version of Rav Breuer's commentary to Yehoshua and Shoftim is written in a modern, clear idiom and will attract scholar and student alike.

Binding: Hardcover
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ISBN: 9781680251722

The Books of Yehoshua and Shoftim [Hardcover]
Translation And Commentary Following The Interpretative Method Of Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch By His Grandson Rav Dr. Raphael Breuer
By: Rav Dr. Raphael Breuer