Maharal: Emerging Patterns

Ten Representative Essays Culled from the Works of Rabbi Yehudah Loew of Prague
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Fascinating in-depth essays of the Maharal... Now back-in-print!
These fascinating, in-depth essays offer the reader a glimpse into the thought of the Maharal, whose vast work is the foundation of much of Jewish thought today, and the intellectual base of both Chassidus and Mussar. Culled mainly from Gevuros Hashem and Tiferes Yisrael, subjects include:
  • Avraham
  • Bris Bein HaBesarim
  • Yosef
  • The Ten Plagues
  • The Exodus
  • Sinai
  • The Ten Commandments
  • Torah and MItzvos
  • The Haggadah
  • Hallel
  • About the Author:
    Rabbi Yaakov Rosenblatt, a member of the rabbinical faculty of DATA, the Dallas Area Torah Association, received his ordination from Beth Medrash Govoha, Lakewood, NJ in January 2000. The author of All I Need Know, I learned in Yshiva (Targum Press, 1995) and a frequent contributor to Jewish publications, he and his family moved from the Northeast to the Southwest one year ago.
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    Dimensions6 x 9
    AuthorYaakov Rosenblatt
    PublisherFeldheim Publishers
    Number of pages167
    Item #2297
    Binding typeHard Cover
    Weight1.060000 lbs.
    Customer Reviews
    1. One of my favorites
      The essays in the book are amazing descriptions and commentary of major Jewish events/topics. The essays of the Chacham Maharal offer insight and understandings of the events that give such depth and meaning to a level I have not gotten from any other source. Such Simcha to receive these learnings from Maharal. It's also written in a very easy to understand way. I love this book. I wish there were 10 more like it on different subjects/events. Highly recommend.

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