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This year, once again Rabbi Paysach Krohn has lifted his gifted pen in the service of the Pesach Hagaddah. The commandment of Sipur Yetzias Mitzrayim, to recount the miracles of our Exodus … more
As we are now a week into the Adar, we’re all affected by the month’s joyous atmosphere as we consider the Book of Esther. Recently, Maggid Books published a detailed commentary of … more
This week’s column is a tribute to our dear neighbor Mordechai Weinberger, zt”l, who passed away last last week. His legacy will surely live on in the Torah teachings of his gifted … more
Yes, our headline is indeed the title of a new and important d book on a subject that has haunted the Jewish people through the ages. The author, Bari Weiss, is a writer and opinion editor for … more
There are many high quality commentaries and translations on the Book of Exodus. Here are two that deserve your attention. “Redeeming Relevance In The Book Of Exodus” (Urim … more
This week it is my honor to bring to your attention the Torah teachings of Rabbi Nachum Katz and of his new Hebrew sefer, “Hinachem Nafshi.” Here are excerpts from an anline interview … more
In anticipation of the new Daf Yomi cycle that began this week, “Chizuk Shmuel: Mussar and Hashkafic Insights Tied to the Daf Yomi Cycle,” a new English commentary on the first two … more
I am focusing again on the teachings of Rav Shalom Noach Berezovsky, the Slonimer Rebbe zt’’l, this time from a new volume titled, “Nesivos Shalom on the Torah” … more
The focus of this week’s essay is “Cardozo on the Parashah: Genesis,” the latest work by the distinguished scholar, Rabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo. The founder and dean of … more
This week’s essay, by Dr. Mitchell First, focuses on the legacy of Rabbi Joseph Hertz and the roll played by his historic commentary, the “Hertz Chumash.” This essay is from his … more
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