Tag Archives: Koren

Orot: Rav Kook – A review

I have heard it said that if we all followed Rav Kook we would be Modern Orthodox Kabbalists! Over the past few years I have been inspired again and again by Rav Kook. His approach to all Jews, no matter … Continue reading

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Mahzor for Yom Ha’aztmaut and Yom Yerushalyim – Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

“I will establish My covenant as an everlasting covenant, between Me, you and your descendants that follow you, to be a God for you and for your descendants. I will give the land of your sojourning, the whole land of … Continue reading

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Koren and the Koren Talmud

To sit alone in the lamplight with a book spread out before you, and hold intimate converse with men of unseen generations — such is a pleasure beyond compare. ~Kenko Yoshida I am very excited to announce that I am … Continue reading

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Shabbat 20 – Why the Koren is invaluable and the language of the Talmud

And so we finish the 1st chapter of tractate Shabbat and start the famous second chapter of Bameh Madlikin which many communities say every Friday night as part of the Kabbalat Shabbat service. I find it hard to understand the … Continue reading

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