The Musaf Prayer [Hardcover]

Brand: Mosaica Press
By: Elchanan Adler
Product ID: 9781957579412 FREE GIFTS with your order - New gifts added monthly
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The Musaf prayer is considered a highlight of the Shabbos davening, yet its significance is underappreciated, and the depth of meaning that lies in and between its lines, on even a simple p’shat level, is easily overlooked.

This familiar Shabbos Shemoneh Esreh abounds with a host of intriguing questions, which are explored by Rav Elchanan Adler in this erudite work. Geared toward the scholar and layperson alike, this sefer is a boon for anyone interested in gaining greater understanding and appreciation for the Musaf prayer.

Also included is a brief overview of the Korban Musaf and its relationship to the Musaf prayer.

Binding: Hardcover
Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 230
Language: English
Release Date: 3/20/2023
Publisher: Mosaica Press
ISBN-10: 1957579412
ISBN-13: 9781957579412

The Musaf Prayer [Hardcover]
Background And Commentary
By: Rabbi Elchanan Adler

About the Author:
Rav Elchanan Adler is a Rosh Yeshiva at Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchak Elchanan (RIETS). He studied previously in the Mirrer Yeshiva under Harav Elya Brudny, shlita, and Harav Shmuel Birnbaum, zt”l, and in Yeshivas Beis Yosef-Novardok, under Harav Yaakov Jofen, zt”l. He received semichah from Harav Dovid Feinstein, zt”l. Besides being a popular and beloved Rosh Yeshiva, Rav Adler has distinguished himself in the area of Bi’ur Tefillah and is the author of numerous sefarim (in Hebrew and English), including: Mitzvas HaShabbos, Asher Chanan, Yerach Tov, Eis Lechenina, Tzvi Sifarah, and Anim Zemiros: Elucidating, Demystifying and Appreciating the Shir Hakavod.

Editorial Reviews:
“This sefer is sweet and utterly delightful, its priceless insights organized with clarity, in good taste, and with sophisticated appeal.”
Rav Asher Weiss, Machon Minchas Osher L’torah V’horaah, Yerushalayim

“I perused the sefer that you honored me with; it is a vessel containing blessing, full and overflowing…”
Rav Avigdor Nebenzahl, Chief Rabbi of the Old City of Yerushalayim

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