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The Four Sons Haggadah [Hardcover]
By: Rabbi Allen Schwartz
Written with fascinating explanations based on Jewish sources, the Four Sons Haggadah shares four parallel approaches to each subject discussed. With short and inspiring answers to the Haggadah’s key questions, this unique volume is really four Haggadahs in one.
About the Author:
Rabbi Allen Schwartz has served the Upper West Side of Manhattan since 1985 and has been the rabbi of the historic Congregation Ohab Zedek for the past thirty-one years. He has taught over 3,000 students at Yeshiva University since 1983 and currently teaches at Ramaz High School and Manhattan Day School as well. His Bible curriculum is widely used in day schools and high schools in the New York area, and he has also served as camp rabbi and educational director at Camp Morasha and Camp Mesorah for many summers. He is the author of numerous articles on Biblical and Rabbinic themes and recently published the commentary of Rabbi Elazar Rokeach to Sefer Mishlei (The Book of Proverbs).
Dimensions 7.5 x 10
Publisher Mosaica Press
Number of pages 208
Weight 1.4560 lbs.
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