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The Koren Talmud Bavli: Tractate Kiddushin (Hebrew Edition)

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz

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ISBN 10: 9653015001 / ISBN 13: 9789653015005
Published by Koren Publishers Jerusalem, 2010
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Title: The Koren Talmud Bavli: Tractate Kiddushin (...

Publisher: Koren Publishers Jerusalem

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

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The Koren Talmud is a special edition of the brilliant and accessible Steinsaltz Talmud that includes the classic Vilna Talmud page. The Koren Talmud sets each Vilna page opposite each of Rabbi Adin Steinsaltzs incomparable elucidation pages, which include modern Hebrew translations, clarifying explanations, succinct commentaries, detailed indexes, and scientific and historical background. The Koren Talmud fosters deep and creative engagement with the Talmud text, by allowing users to reference the traditional page as they are guided through its layers of meaning by one the greatest Talmud scholars of all time.

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Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz is a teacher, philosopher and spiritual mentor who has been hailed by Time Magazine as a "once-in-a-millennium scholar." Born in Jerusalem in 1937, Rabbi Steinsaltz studied physics and chemistry at the Hebrew University. In 1965, he embarked on a life-long mission to make the Talmud, Judaism's central text of law, ethics, customs and history, accessible to all. He has since accomplished the monumental tasks of translating and developing commentaries on the Talmud into modern Hebrew, English, Russian and French. In addition, Rabbi Steinsaltz has established a network of schools in Israel and the former Soviet Union, and has authored some 60 books and hundreds of articles. Rabbi Steinsaltz lives in Jerusalem.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz is a teacher, philosopher and spiritual mentor who has been hailed by Time Magazine as a "once-in-a-millennium scholar." Born in Jerusalem in 1937, Rabbi Steinsaltz studied physics and chemistry at the Hebrew University. In 1965, he embarked on a life-long mission to make the Talmud, Judaism's central text of law, ethics, customs and history, accessible to all. He has since accomplished the monumental tasks of translating and developing commentaries on the Talmud into modern Hebrew, English, Russian and French. In addition, Rabbi Steinsaltz has established a network of schools in Israel and the former Soviet Union, and has authored some 60 books and hundreds of articles. Rabbi Steinsaltz lives in Jerusalem.

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