The Maharal of Prague (Rav Yehuda Lowy 1512-1609) was a sixteenth-century gadol who was one of the greatest Torah scholars of the last millennium. Fluent in all of Gemara, halachah, philosophy, and Kabbalah, the Maharal was the revered leader of his community, and in fact of all of Jewry at the time. His influence is still felt powerfully today, most notably through his many works and his unique approach to different areas of Torah study.
In Haggadah Shel Pesach: Based on the Maharal, Rabbi Simcha Bunim Berger provides English-speaking readers with a glimpse into the beautiful commentary of the Maharal on the Haggadah, taken from Sefer Gevuras Hashem. Written in a clear and easy-to-understand style, these thought-provoking insights and divrei Torah will warm the soul while bringing you closer to the greatness of the Maharal.
This Haggadah will truly transform your Pesach Seder!
Yedidi, Harav Simcha Bunim Berger’s, long career as a master rebbi, has made him uniquely suited for giving over many of the deep points expressed by the Maharal in his teachings on Yetzias Mitzrayim…
Rav Ahron Lopiansky