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My People's Prayer Book, Vol. 4: Traditional Prayers, Modern Commentaries--Seder K'riyat Hatorah (Shabbat Torah Service) download epub

by Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman PhD,Dr. Marc Zvi Brettler,Elliot Dorff,Dr. David Ellenson,Ellen Frankel LCSW,Judith Hauptman,Joel Hoffman,Rabbi Lawrence Kushner,Rabbi Nehemia Polen,Rabbi Daniel Landes,Rabbi Ruth Langer PhD


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Dr. Marc Zvi Brettler is the Dora Golding Professor of Biblical Studies at Brandeis University.

Even those not yet familiar with the prayer book can appreciate the spiritual richness of Seder K’riat Hatorah. Dr.

V. 1. The Sh'ma and its blessings - v. 2. The Amidah - v. 3 P'sukei d'zimrah (morning psalms) - v. 4. Seder K'riat haTorah (the Torah service). Seder K'riat haTorah (the Torah service) - v. 5. Birkhot hashachar (morning blessings) - v. 6. Tachanun and concluding prayers - v. 7. Shabbat at home - v. 8. Kabbalat. Shabbat (welcoming Shabbat in the synagogue) - v. 9. Welcoming the night: Minchah and Ma'ariv (afternoon and evening prayer) - v. 10. Shabbat morning: Shacharit and Musaf (morning and additional services).

Opens up the traditional Jewish prayer book as a spiritual resource. This groundbreaking new series involves us in a personal dialogue with God, history and tradition, through the heritage of prayer. The prayer book is our Jewish diary of the centuries, a collection of prayers composed by generat. Tell us if something is incorrect. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer.

They explore the text from the perspectives of ancient Rabbis and modern theologians, as well as feminist, halakhic, medieval, linguistic, biblical, Chasidic, mystical, and historical perspectives. This stunning work, an empowering entryway to the spiritual revival of our times, enables all of us to claim our connection to the heritage of the traditional Jewish prayer book

Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman

Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman.

My People's Prayer Book : Tachanun and Concluding Prayers.

by Rabbi Lawrence A. Published November 2000 by Jewish Lights Publishing.

This volume of the My Peoples Prayer Book series unfolds the many layers of meaning in the ritual and prayers surrounding the communal reading of Torah

This volume of the My Peoples Prayer Book series unfolds the many layers of meaning in the ritual and prayers surrounding the communal reading of Torah. An empowering entryway to the spiritual revival of our times that enables all of us to claim our connection to the heritage of the traditional Jewish prayer book. Help us to make General-Ebooks better! Genres.

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"The prayer book is our Jewish diary of the centuries, a collection of prayers composed by generations of those who came before us, as they endeavored to express the meaning of their lives and their relationship to God. The prayer book is the essence of the Jewish soul."

This stunning work, an empowering entryway to the spiritual revival of our times, enables all of us to claim our connection to the heritage of the traditional Jewish prayer book. It helps rejuvenate Jewish worship in today's world, and makes its power accessible to all.

Framed with beautifully designed Talmud-style pages, commentaries from 11 of today's most respected Jewish scholars from all movements of Judaism examine Seder K’riat Hatorah from the perspectives of ancient Rabbis and modern theologians, as well as feminist, halakhic, Talmudic, linguistic, biblical, Chasidic, mystical, and historical perspectives.

This fourth volume of the series unfolds the many layers of meaning in Seder K’riat Hatorah, the ritual and prayers surrounding the communal reading of Torah. More than any other section of the prayer book, the Torah service reflects all of Jewish history. Vol. 4 helps us to understand how the reading of Torah is an affirmation, powerful and dramatic, of the continuing covenant between the community of Israel and God.

Vol. 4―Seder K’riat Hatorah (The Torah Service) features the authentic Hebrew text with a new translation designed to let people know exactly what the prayers say. Introductions tell the reader what to look for in the prayer service, as well as how to truly use the commentaries, to search for―and find―meaning in the prayer book.

Even those not yet familiar with the prayer book can appreciate the spiritual richness of Seder K’riat Hatorah. My People’s Prayer Book enables all worshipers, of any denomination, to encounter their own connection to 3,000 years of Jewish experience with the world and with God.

Contributors include:

Marc Brettler • Elliot N. Dorff • David Ellenson • Ellen Frankel • Judith Hauptman • Joel M. Hoffman • Lawrence A. Hoffman • Lawrence Kushner • Daniel Landes • Ruth Langer • Nehemia Polen


Comments: (5)

Gholbithris
Great addition to the Jewish library. I like how various thinkers/rabbis contribute to the subject at hand. Lots of wonderful historical information about the Torah Service. Many interpretations of various traditions and texts. This is not a highly academic book (lacks elaborate citations of sources). However, it is a truly excellent book for the layman. Easy to follow - no experience needed beforehand. I am slowly working my way through collecting the whole series.
Zeleence
I really enjoyed this book, it is easy to read, and describes the development of the Jewish services in a clear way. I liked how this book looks at the development of services over time and how the prayers that would be included are discussed. I thought the diagrams were helpful and shed light on the prayers included in services. I thought the commentaries added so much to the choice of prayers that are currently used. I would highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to learn more about prayers, the prayer services, and why we choose the prayers that we choose in modern times.
THOMAS
Great work and very comprehensive, as most volumes in this series are.
Musical Aura Island
Item as described, good shipping time.
Mohn
This book was terrific. It is structured with commentaries from various "modern commentators" of the prayer book as structured in most Orthodox and Conservative communities. The commentaries are very factual and span differing customs and observances. I highly recommend this book to anyone working on their understanding of the Jewish prayers and prayer service.
My People's Prayer Book, Vol. 4: Traditional Prayers, Modern Commentaries--Seder K'riyat Hatorah (Shabbat Torah Service) download epub
Judaism
Author: Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman PhD,Dr. Marc Zvi Brettler,Elliot Dorff,Dr. David Ellenson,Ellen Frankel LCSW,Judith Hauptman,Joel Hoffman,Rabbi Lawrence Kushner,Rabbi Nehemia Polen,Rabbi Daniel Landes,Rabbi Ruth Langer PhD
ISBN: 1879045826
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Judaism
Language: English
Publisher: Jewish Lights (November 1, 2000)
Pages: 264 pages