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The following books have been received and may be reviewed or quoted in the future:

 

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Gil Student

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4 Responses

  1. Shasdaf says:

    Is there any purchasing info on the Abravenel book? It seems to only exist on this blog.

  2. Hirhurim says:

    I can’t find anything online but it’s worth looking into. I only read two aliyos in the book but it’s a delightful retelling of the parashah based on the Abarbanel with a little give-and-take and machshavah. Sort of an Abarbanel-lite in English. The tone is a little too colloquial for me but that’s hardly a harsh criticism.

  3. [...] commentarial surveys and philosophical excurses. Zev Bar Eitan takes on this complex task in his Abravanel’s World of Torah: A Structured Interpretation – Bereshit: Theory of Moral Evolution. In 500+ pages, Bar Eitan offers a glimpse of the first book of the Torah according to Abarbanel. [...]

 
 

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