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Kol Menachem Books Seforim Chumash. Home About Online Store News Testimonials Videos Classes Contact. New! New! Schottenstein Tehillim. Toll Free. Chumash, and has been the subject of numerous volumes of .. The patron of this edition is Rabbi Meyer Gutnick, who has graciously accepted upon himself. Weekly Freebies: Gutnick Chumash The Gutnick Chumash is a Hebrew- English Pentateuch with a commentary It is available in full online.
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I was able to prepare ahead and participate in the discussions and readings without having to borrow someone else’s book. Showing of 56 reviews.
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Amidah Prayer Experience Companion. Shneur Zalman of Liadi. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. The third On,ine I own is the one by the late Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, whose books really helped remove misconceptions oonline the Talmud and about Kabbalah.
The commentary is what makes this Chumash outstanding. The editor, however, managed to make them very readable and accessible The result is an honest and unswerving effort that also affords the reader outstanding readability and an enjoyable, engaging encounter with the text.
I had planned to review this Chumash a long time ago. ORG “The handsome Chumash is ideal for those tasting of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Sichos for the first time, looking for the right word in translation, and as a rich resource for Torah speaking opportunities The translations however are very on point it makes you feel like you are very very close to Hebrew.
However, the Gutnick Chumash is a quite good Orthodox Chumash, with an interesting bibliography, which can be perused here. You understand Jewish law just by reading the verse. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Full Hebrew text of Rashi and Onkelos in crisp, clear type.
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Not only does it provide a concise translation according to Rashi, but it also has boatloads of gems in the commentary section as well as all the features of a normal Hebrew Chumash the full version of Rashi’s commentary appears in Hebrew on every page like in a regular Chumash.
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This Chumash can be completely viewed and searched, but not downloaded, which seems to make good finanical sense. December 3, – 1: Highly recommended over other translations. Onilne 18, – December 28, – 1: There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
IMHO, it would have been better served for the authors to translate the commentaries i.
Rather than hide translation decisions, the Gutnick edition clearly demarcates where it has borrowed interpretations going to the length of indicating those points with parentheses. Each technical-halachic verse is translated according to the Talmud’s final understanding of the verse.
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The Hebrew text is the same all over the world but the commentaries in this edition are wonderful and very insightful. On Ohev Ger Pt. Customers who bought this item also bought. It is light on the Litvaks, truth be told, and delightfully describes the Vilna Gaon as “Lithuanian Talmudist, Kabalist, grammarian, and mathematician. Jewish Arabic texts with Hebrew pointing A Croation proselyte who suffered a similar fate t Haftaros appear in the back listed according to the Parshas HaShavua, and it includes notes for when Sephardim, Ashkenazim, and Chabad Chassidim start and stop the Haftarah portions.