Essential Torah Words, Names, and Phrases, a book unlike any other. Arranged in an easy-to-read, A – Z format, the book outlines many of the words and phrases found in the Torah. Names of Rabbis, Sages, Prophets, and Tzaddikim are listed. Many of the Rabbis are known by the seforim (Torah books) they wrote, the places that they lived in, and the Hasidic Dynasties they were a part of. The book includes the names of all the laws of the Rambam’s Mishneh Torah. English translations to Hebrew, are conveniently listed to the right of each word, name, and phrase in the book. Also included is an extensive listing of Torah related websites and a bibliography of more than 70 books, to be used as a springboard for further learning. The book is available only as a paperback so it can be used on Shabbat. It is intended for men and women, of all ages and levels. Those who did not attend Yeshiva or Hebrew School or have little knowledge of Torah will find it particularly useful. It is a book for those who seek to learn about the Torah and the wisdom of the Jewish heritage and tradition.
The book includes over 20 letters of approbation, known as Haskamahs, from renowned Rabbis, some who serve as Rosh Yeshiva, and many who have written one or more Torah related books: Rabbi Moshe Bamberger, shlit”a, Mashgiach Ruchani, Beis Medrash L’ Talmud, Lander College for Men, Kew Gardens Hills, Queens, NY; Rabbi Josh Boretsky, shlit”a, Director, Resource Development, The Jerusalem Kollel, Jerusalem, Israel; Rabbi Avraham Bukspan, shlit”a, Yeshivas Doresh, Miami, FL; Rabbi Eytan Feiner, shlit”a, The White Shul, Congregation Kneses Israel, Far Rockaway, NY; Rabbi Yitzchak Goldstein, shlit”a, Rosh HaYeshiva, The Diaspora Yeshiva, Har Tzion, Jerusalem, Israel; Rabbi Avi Hoffman, shlit”a, Rav Bet Sefer, Westchester Torah Academy, New Rochelle, NY, and Jewish Renaissance Experience, Scarsdale, NY; HaGaon Shmuel Kamenetsky, shlit”a, Co-Founder and Rosh HaYeshiva, Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia, PA; and member of the Moetzes Gedolei HaTorah, Council of Torah Sages; Rabbi Mordechai Kamenetzky, shlit”a, Rosh HaYeshiva, Yeshiva of South Shore, Hewlett, Long Island, NY; Rabbi Moshe Don Kestenbaum, shlit”a, Rosh Yeshiva, Ohr Torah, Passaic and Newark, NJ; Rabbi Shmuel Yaakov Klein, shlit”a, Director, Torah Umesorah Publications and Director, Zechor Yemos Olam, History & Hashkafah, Brooklyn, NY; Rabbi Dr. Jeffrey Kobrin, shlit”a, Rosh HaYeshiva, North Shore Hebrew Academy, Great Neck, Long Island, NY; Rabbi Chaim Kramer, shlit”a, Executive Director, Breslov Research Institute, Jerusalem, Israel; Rabbi Zev Leff, shlit”a, Rabbi of Moshav Mattiyahu and Rosh Yeshiva – Yeshivas Gedola Mattiyahu, Israel; Rabbi Gedalia Menchel, shlit”a, Rosh HaYeshiva, Yeshiva Har Torah, Little Neck, Queens, NY; Rabbi Dovid Nojowitz, shlit”a, National Director, Torah Umesorah, Brooklyn, NY; Rabbi Yaakov Rabin, shlit”a, Rosh HaKollel, Nefesh HaChaim, Jerusalem, Israel; Rabbi Nosson Rossman, shlit”a, Field Representative, Orthodox Union, Cleveland Heights, OH; Rabbi Chaim Sampson, shlit”a, Founding Director, Project Inspire, Aish HaTorah, Clifton, NJ, and Jerusalem, Israel; Rabbi Ruven Schmelczer, shlit”a, Maggid Shir, Mirrer Yeshiva Central Institute, Brooklyn, NY; Rabbi Shlomo Simon, shlit”a, Mosdos Ohr Somayach, Jerusalem, Israel; Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman, shlit”a, Director of Ohr Chadash, Mevo Modi’Im, Hamerkaz, Israel; Rabbi Moshe Turk, shlit”a, Director, Jewish Heritage Center of Queens and Long Island, NY.
A book to learn from and grow your connection to the Torah and yiddishkeit, the Jewish way of life, including its customs and laws, and Torah personalities.
Publisher : Independently published (May 9, 2023)
Language : English
Paperback : 533 pages Paperback