Torah Chumash - Personal Size Synagogue Edition

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The Torah with Rashi, Targum Onkelos, Haftarot, and an interpolated translation and commentary based on the Works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe,

The single-volume features newly drawn illustrations and professionally prepared maps, and is beautifully typeset on durable paper bound with materials specially designed to enable years of intense use.

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  • The single-volume edition includes an interpolated translation based on the acclaimed interpolated translation originally prepared for the five-volume Kehot Chumash. This interpolated translation renders the text of the Chumash intelligible to the reader, enabling him or her to understand it as Rashi explains it and as the Rebbe’s elucidates Rashi's commentaries.

  • Hundreds of Chasidic insights culled from the works of the Rebbe and his predecessors supplement the lucid translation. Each parsha (Torah reading) is preceded by a concise introduction highlighting its particular theme as it considers the Torah’s message.

  • Helpful introductions precede each haftarah, designed to provide the reader with historical and literary background as an aid to study of the prophetic lessons of the haftarot and their relation to the weekly parsha. 

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Author
Rabbi Moshe Wisnefsky
Pages
12205

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