The Breathtaking Panorama

A sweeping thematic approach to Yetzias Mitzrayim

Since early childhood, from Seder to Seder, we have studied our story of Yetzias Mitzrayim. How is this book different from all other books?

In these pages, the timeless pillars of family, faith, and freedom form the framework of our new understanding of the Exodus.

Family — how to view marital harmony and childrearing

Faith — how to find a loving God in the challenges of life

Freedom — how to understand its synergistic relationship to responsibility

With this new, panoramic methodology — linking clues from extensive Torah sources — we connect the dots of the “known” in the Yetzias Mitzrayim story to reveal the “unknown” astounding patterns that were lying right in front of us waiting to be discovered. This creative meta view opens up new possibilities for the reader to gain richer meaning in all areas of Torah and life.

“A masterful and sweeping work.”

Rav Aharon Feldman

“I was astounded by the magnificent tapestry Rabbi Sklare weaves, with brilliance and depth, from so many different sources. In a soundbite generation, it is amazing to see the patience and effort that went into developing these essays.”

Rav Ahron Lopiansky

Rabbi Yonah Sklare is a rosh kollel in Baltimore, MD, as well as a maggid shiur at Congregation Shomrei Emunah. His refreshingly creative approach to learning as well as his captivating presentation style have attracted a diverse and beloved following. He lectures at numerous local institutions, including Women’s Institute of Torah Seminary, as well as out of town and online. Rabbi Sklare received semichah and his PhD in Talmudic Law from Ner Israel Rabbinical College. He can be reached at

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AuthorRabbi Yonah Sklare
PublisherMosaica Press
Number of pages383
Item #8363
Binding typeHard Cover
Weight1.610000 lbs.
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