When I first started seriously learning Talmud a few years ago, I was still somewhat intimidated by the multi-tome text, which spelled out many of the roots of Jewish observance. In a language I hadn’t encountered since high school, in a cadence that was simultaneously familiar and unknowable, I wanted to penetrate the text, but
Review of “Illuminations of the Maggid,” by Paysach Krohn (2016), Hardcover: Artscroll. ISBN-10: 1422618226.
This may be Rabbi Paysach Krohn’s best Maggid book. As one reads story after story (it is almost impossible to put it down, so know that you may become
Feldheim has been serving the Jewish public for over 70 years. Its publications cover the gamut of Torah literature, reflecting the diversity of Jewish thought. Feldheim’s goal is to provide authentic, quality reading material that teaches and inspires in an enjoyable
Review of ‘“With Might and Strength”: An Autobiography,’ Edited by Avi Rath & translated by Miryam Blum. (2016) Maggid Books. Hardcover. 457 pages. ISBN-10: 1592644090.
I have long been fascinated by the personality and psakim (halachic rulings) of Rabbi
Review of The Falconi Effect: A Modern Novel About the Days of the Messiah, by Catriel Sugarman (2016) paperback. 394 pages. Ketoret. ISBN-10: 0692531882.
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