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Soncino Daniel, Ezra, and Nehemiah

The Soncino Books of the BibleEdited by Rev. Dr. Abraham CohenPart of the ‘The Soncino Books of the Bible’ series. Used in English-speaking countries for more than 35 years. Contains a verse-by-verse English translation of the Chumash, as well as a commentary based on the works of classical biblical scholars. This vast work, painstakingly prepared […]

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Judaica Press Books of the Prophets #20 Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah

#20: Daniel, Ezra, NehemiahEdited by Rabbi A. J. RosenbergTranslated by: Rabbi A. J. RosenbergPart of the ‘Judaica Press Books of the Prophets and Holy Writings’ series. A new English translation of the text, Rashi, and a translation of selections from some of the greatest commentators.This edition is intended for the beginner, student, and scholar, each […]

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Artscroll Tanach Divrei Hayamim I (Chronicles I)

ArtScroll Tanach Seriesby Rabbi Moshe EisemannPart of the ‘ArtScroll Tanach Series Prophets & Writings’ series. A careful study shows Chronicles to be one of the most perplexing and difficult books in all of Scriptures. In this study of Chronicles, Rabbi Eisemann bases his commentary on the available homiletical literature in the Talmud and Midrash and […]

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Artscroll Tanach Divrei Hayamim II (Chronicles II)

ArtScroll Tanach Seriesby Rabbi Moshe EisemannPart of the ‘ArtScroll Tanach Series Prophets & Writings’ series. A careful study shows Chronicles to be one of the most perplexing and difficult books in all of Scriptures. In this study of Chronicles, Rabbi Eisemann bases his commentary on the available homiletical literature in the Talmud and Midrash and […]

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Judaica Press Books of the Prophets and Holy Writings Chronicles II

#22: Chronicles IIEdited by Rabbi A. J. RosenbergTranslated by: Rabbi A. J. RosenbergPart of the ‘Judaica Press Books of the Prophets and Holy Writings’ series. A new English translation of the text, Rashi, and a translation of selections from some of the greatest commentators. This edition is intended for the beginner, student, and scholar, each […]

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Judaica Press Books of the Prophets and Holy Writings Chronicles I

Chronicles IEdited by Rabbi A. J. RosenbergTranslated by: Rabbi A. J. RosenbergPart of the ‘Judaica Press Books of the Prophets and Holy Writings’ series. A new English translation of the text, Rashi, and a translation of selections from some of the greatest commentators. This edition is intended for the beginner, student, and scholar, each of […]

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A Hebrew & English Lexicon of the Old Testiment

With an Appendix of Biblical Aramaicby William GeseniusEdited by Francis Brown, D.D.Translated by: Edward Robinson A massive lexicon with good textual emendations, but not swelled by conjectures that lack a sound basis. Arranged by classifying words according to their stems, not purely alphabetical. Based on the Lexicon of William Gesenius (d. 1842) as translated by […]

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A Practical Guide to Torah Learning

by Dovid Landesman This is a basic reference work that answers the who, what, when, where, and why of Torah literature. One of the most serious stumbling blocks encountered by students who begin learning Torah is their inability to utilize the texts in front of them in the most efficient and productive manner. Most students […]

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Back to the Sources

Reading the Classic Jewish TextsEdited by Barry W. Holtz With chapters written by leading scholars specifically for this volume, Back to the Sources is the first comprehensive guide to the Jewish religious treasures: the Bible, the Talmud, the midrashic literature, the commentaries, the legal codes, the mystical texts of the Kabbalah and of Chassidism, the […]

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Between the Lines of the Bible Volume One

A study from the New School of Orthodox Torah Commentaryby Yitzchak Etshalom Yitzchak Etshalom initiates readers into the world of the New School of Orthodox Torah commentary in a series of compelling studies of Genesis. Over the past few decades, Orthodox Jewish scholars have carefully embraced many of the methodologies of modern Bible study. History, […]

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Bible Basics

An Introduction & Reference Guide to the Five Books of MosesEdited by Jerome S Hahn Fully Illustrated & User Friendly An invaluable compilation of: Guides Historical Overviews Genealogical Overviews Maps Charts Drawings Commandments Character Traits Archaeological Sites Biblical Names Holidays and much more… (176 Pages) Publisher: Feldheim, 1996

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Biblical Literacy

The Most Important People, Events, and Ideas of the Hebrew Bibleby Rabbi Joseph Telushkin Teluslikin once again mines a subject of, Jewish history and religion so richly that his book becomes an inspiring companion and a fundamental reference. By examining the human struggle in the biblical stories, we are given a fascinating, entertaining, and enlightening […]

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Encyclopedia of Biblical Personalities

Anthologiezed from the Talmud, Midrash, and Talmudic Writingsby Yishai Chasidah Now the classic work, Ishei HaTanach, is available in English for the first time ever. This volume brings together biographical snippets from the length and breadth of Rabbinic literature, and organizes them by subject and chronology. The result is the closest thing we have to […]

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Etymological Dictionary of Biblical Hebrew

Based on the Commentaries of Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirschby Rabbi Matityahu Clark This dictionary, based on the commentaries of Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, is a monumental work and guide to understanding the Biblical commentary of Rabbi Hirsch. This work analyzes the deep concepts inherent in Hebrew, the Divine language, revealing how every word’s root contains […]

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How to Read the Bible

by Marc Zvi Brettler Master Bible scholar and teacher Marc Brettler argues that today’s contemporary readers can only understand the ancient Hebrew Scripture by knowing more about the culture that produced it. And so Brettler unpacks the literary conventions, ideological assumptions, and historical conditions that inform the biblical text and demonstrates how modern critical scholarship […]

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The Complete Practical Concordance to the Holy Scriptures Vol. 2

Complete & Unabriged (Hebrew)Edited by Rabbi H. Wachsman This book provides an index of words and names found in the Tanach. Each one of these entries is followed by a list of all the occurances of said word, providing you with the location and context.All in Hebrew.(1,760 Pages) Publisher: Im Hasefer, 1989

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The Art of Biblical Narrative

by Robert Alter A distinguished professor of Hebrew and comparative literature examines the Old Testament stories from a narrative, literary point of view.(195 Pages) Publisher: Perseus/Basic Books, 1981

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The Conciliator

A reconcilement of the apparent contradictions in Holy Scriptureby Rabbi Manasseh Ben IsraelTranslated by: E. H. Lindo Menasseh Ben Israel (1604-1657) has entered history as the champion of the readmission of the Jews to England. But his fame as a prodigious scholar was established throughout the literary world, including non-Jewish circles, by his Conciliador As […]

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The Sequence of Events in the Old Testament

Back in Print!by Eliezer Shulman In this book, Eliezer Shulman’s graphic chronology and genealogy of the Pentateuch is presented. This monumental work details the major characters and events mentioned in the Bible graphically. Based entirely on reliable sources, it cites the greatest traditional commentators. Originally published in Hebrew in 1987. Prof. Haim Gevaryahu, Chairman of […]

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The Practical Concordance to the Holy Scriptures Vol. 1

Complete & Unabriged (Hebrew)by Rabbi H. Wachsman This book provides an index of words and names found in the Tanach. Each one of these entries is followed by a list of all the occurances of said word, providing you with the location and context.All in Hebrew. 8.4′x10.75′

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Torah Through Time

Understanding Bible Commentary, from the Rabbinic Period to Modern Timesby Shai Cherry Every commentator, from the classical rabbi to the modern-day scholar, has brought his or her own worldview, with all of its assumptions, to bear on the reading of holy text. This relationship between the text itself and the reader’s interpretation is the subject […]

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Tikun Korim Simanim

Large fresh clear print showing Torah scroll style calligraphy in two columns one with vowels and signs the other without. Also includes other commentaries and tools. Made for learning how to ‘Lain’ out of the actual Torah scroll. 9′x13′ Publisher: Feldheim, 1996

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A Jewish Woman’s Prayer Book

Edited by Aliza LavieTranslated by: Kaeren Fish A beautiful and moving one-of-a-kind collection that draws from a variety of Jewish traditions, through the ages, to commemorate every occasion and every passage in the cycle of life, including: Special prayers for the Sabbath, holidays, and important dates of the Jewish year Prayers to mark celebratory milestones, […]

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With Roots in Heaven

One Woman’s Passionate Journey into the Heart of Her Faithby Tirtzah Firestone Growing up in an Orthodox household that did not include the spirituality of Judaism, the author sets off on an odyssey. Ironically, it is her interfaith marriage that inspires her to investigate ancient, and still relevant, Jewish mysticism. She is currently a rabbi […]

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On Judaism

Conversations on Being Jewish in Today’s Worldby Rabbi Emanuel Feldman A popular introduction to Judaism. Written in a conversational question and answer format, it answers many of the questions Jews have today about Judaism. Written with knowledge, humor and tolerance. Organized by subject.(302 Pages) Publisher: Artscroll, 1994

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A Lifetime Companion to the Laws of Jewish Family Life

by Deena R. Zimmerman MD MPH IBCLC A Lifetime Companion to the Laws of Jewish Family Life was written to help married — or about to be married — couples of all ages learn the halachot of taharat hamishpachah, the laws of Jewish marital life. In addition, particular emphasis was placed on achieving an understanding […]

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Hear Her Voice!

Twelve Jewish Women Who Changed the Worldby Miriam P. Feinberg and Miriam Klein Shapiro Ages 9-12 The lives of biblical Jewish leaders like Queen Esther and the Prophetess Deborah as well as modern unique personalities like Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Prime Minister Golda Meir are succinctly depicted. At the end of each […]

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Her Works Praise Her

A History of Jewish Women in America from Colonial Times to the Presentby Hasia R. Diner and Beryl Lieff Benderly Ever since Peter Stuyvesant in 1654 grudgingly admitted a band of twenty-three refugee Jews to colonial New Amsterdam, Jewish women have played a pivotal role in building the culture of the United States and in […]

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But God Remembered

Stories of Women from Creation to the Promised Landby Sandy Eisenberg Sasso Ages 8 & up A lively collection of four different stories of women only briefly mentioned in biblical tradition and religious texts, but never explored, women whose stories have been long forgotten . . .until now. Award-winning author Sasso brings to life Lilith, […]

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Jewish Women Speak About Jewish Matters

Edited by Doron Kornbluth and Sarah Tikvah Kornbluth The power-packed sequel to the bestselling Jewish Matters. Each of the twenty-four, hand-picked essays illuminates a different issue affecting Jewish women of today. Topics discussed include: women in the workplace, women and spirituality, the Biblical view of women, and so much more. Dispel the myths and ignorance-come […]

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