In this volume the diligent Torah student will find a series of texts selected from Rabbi Don Yitzchak Abarbanel's (1437-1508) widely consulted Bible commentary.
In these pages Abarbanel presents his strikingly original insights into some of the Torah's essential teachings, which he submits after a critical review of his classical forerunners. Abarbanel's intellectual scope was truly encyclopedic, encompassing the entire spectrum of Judaism as also all of the extant literature on science, philosophy and history With readability in mind we have omitted the series of questions introducing each section of Abarbanel's commentary.
Translated by: Avner Tomaschoff
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Author: Rabbi Don Yitzchak Abarbanel / Avner Tomaschoff | Language: English | Volumes: 1 | Pages: 440 | Binding: Hard | Publisher: The Jewish Agency for Israel - Department of Jewish Zionist Education |