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and on the place of Israel in the scheme of Creation. To say that this book is a precedent-setting work on Chronicles is surely true. It is more than that. It sheds light on Torah thought (2) and the sweep of history. Six years in the making (2) Bible (2) but essentially Chronicles seems to be just a summary of earlier books of the Prophets. Seems t be (2) Chronicles seems so simple that he may wonder why it was canonized in the Sacred Writings. True (2) Commentaries (3) Commentary (3) English (3) Ezekiel (2) festivals (2) for the ArtScroll Series and for the field of Torah Commentary. To the casual reader (2) Hebrew Commentary (3) isbn (3) Jewish Thought (10) Job (2) Judaism (4) office (4) on the role of King David in Jewish history (2) OWNER: Beit Hallel RESOURCE TYPE: Book STATUS: Available SHELF NUMBER: D4 DESCRIPTION: The publication of this volume is a milestone (2) PASSOVER HAGGADA (3) Prayer (4) Prophets (3) Prophets & Scriptures 224 (2) Rabbi Eisenmann breaks new ground in this book. He provides an enlightening perspective on the text (2) Rabbi Moshe Eisenmann surpasses his magnificent commentary on the Book of Ezekiel. Basing himself on the available homiletical literature in the Talmud and Midrash and on the philosophical foundations of Maharal (2) recommended (2) religion (2) scriptural commentary (2) sefer (2) Shelf 3 (3) spirituality (2) Studio1 (3) Tanach (3) Tanakh (2) the goals of history (2) there are bits of new information here and there (2) this volume will more than fulfill the great expectations with which it has been awaited. COVER TYPE: Hard (2) Torah Commentary (2) unread (7) why would Ezra have composed the book and the Sages canonized it - unless it contained profound lessons for the Jewish people. In this study of Chronicles (2)
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