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Written by the famous Talmudist and Halachist R' Nissim ben Ruvein (Ran) in the fourteenth century, Derashos HaRan is a collection of homilies (Derashos) that are a classic exposition of the fundamentals of the Jewish religion. This work is newly translated, with explanatory footnotes and cross-references to Ran's other writings, as well as to other Rishonim and authorities who discuss these topics. Each Derashah also has Insights in the back, elaborating on themes and concepts in that Derashah.
Some topics covered in Derashos HaRan:
The uniqueness of Moshe's prophecy
Israel's experience at Mount Sinai
The nature of Rabbinic authority
Reward and punishment in this world and the next
The historic struggle between Yaakov and Eisav
How God performs miracles in tandem with the laws of nature
Size: 7" x 10"
Publisher: ArtScroll Mesorah Publications
Release Date: 11/08/2021
ISBN #: 9781422629710
Derashos HaRan Volume 2 (6-12b) [Hardcover]
Discourses of the Ran, Rabbeinu Nissim Ben Reuven of Gerona
Translated, Annotated and Elucidated
By: Rabbi Yehuda Meir Keilson
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