Once a year, it is a mitzvah for us to tell a story…
In this remarkable, easy-to-read, and thought-provoking commentary on the Passover Haggadah, Rabbi Immanuel Bernstein brings a wealth of sources, a lucidity of thought, and tremendous originality in order to help understand what the goal of the Seder really is, and how we can best experience this powerful evening.
About the Author
Born and raised in London, Rabbi Immanuel Bernstein learned in Yeshivas Ateres Israel, Jerusalem and received his rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Chaim Walkin. Rabbi Bernstein currently teaches in Yeshivas Machon Yaakov, Jerusalem, as well as various seminaries, and give regular shiurim on Chumash and Talmud which are open to the public. He lives in Jerusalem with his wife and five children.
- ITEM #: 7020
- ISBN: 978-1937887278
- Weight: 1.1250 lbs
- Binding: Hard Cover / 220 pages
- Published by: Mosaica Press
This Haggadah is a fresh and welcome addition to the English language publications available. It gives satisfying and inspiring insights into the story of leaving Egypt, dealing with many of the classical issues as well as showing new ones in a thought-provoking way. This work will add greatly to the Pesach Seder experience.
Rabbi Immanuel Bernstein has applied his wisdom, scholarship and great communication skills to this new interpretation of the Pesach Haggadah. It is a delight to read and a stimulus to thought and deeper appreciation about this night of timeless ritual… Every Jewish home should certainly include the Bernstein Haggadah in its collection.