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Ben Ish Hai - Dawn of a Nation

Ben Ish Hai - Dawn of a Nation

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An analysis of the early history of the Jewish people, from the roots of the Egyptian bondage to the miracles of the exodus. He discusses the forty years of wandering in the desert, and sheds new light on the reactions of both mankind and the heavenly hosts to Israel's acceptance of the Torah.

Rabbi Yosef Chaim of Baghdad(Iraq) (1833-1909) was one of the most brilliant and prolific Sefardic sages of his time. Best known for his halachic work, the Ben Ish Chai, he wrote over seventy books on all areas of Torah study, from responsa to mussar to Kabalah. He was the undisputed leader of Sefardic Jewry, and his work remains one of the major influences on the world of Torah today. The Ben Ish Chai Anthology offers a select translation of Otzrot Chayim, a thirty-five volume encyclopedia of the writings of Rabbi Yosef Chayim. Each volume of Otzrot Chayim is a collection of the Ben Ish Chai's teachings on specific topics, such as Torah, Prayer, Repentance, Jewish Holidays, etc. In the Ben Ish Chai Anthology, these teachings have been made available to the English-speaking public for the first time.

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By: Rabbi Yoseph Chaim (Ben Ish Chai)| Language: English| Volumes: 1| Pages: 290| Binding: Hard |Back in Print

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