4 edition of Sefer Shemot found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Exodus, Shemoth, Bible. O.T. Exodus. English. Rosenberg. 1996.|
|Statement||meturgam u-mevoʼar ʻim kol dibure Rashi ṿe-leḳeṭ ha-mefarshim ʻal yede Avraham Y. Rozenberg = Shemoth : a new English translation / translation of text, Rashi, and other commentaries by A. J. Rosenberg.|
|Series||Miḳraʼot gedolot, Bible.|
|Contributions||Rosenberg, A. J.|
|LC Classifications||BS1243 .R67 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > ;|
|LC Control Number||95047076|
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The second book of the Torah describes the birth of the Jewish people: their enslavement in Egypt, their miraculous exodus, the climactic event at Mount Sinai, and the building of the Sanctuary in which the new nation served G‑d in the wilderness.
In Hebrew the book is known as Sefer Shemot (“Book of Names”), because it opens with the verse, “These are the names of the children of. Sefer Shemot - The Book of Exodus. The Book of Exodus (i.e., Sefer Shemot [סֵפֶר שְׁמוֹת]) tells the story of how the family of Jacob became a great of the greatest narratives of all the Scriptures are found in this book, including the Israelites' enslavement and subsequent deliverance with the ten plagues by the hand of the LORD.
The Book of Exodus or Sefer Shemot is the second book of the Tanach and the second of five books of the Torah written Sefer Shemot book Moses. The name Shemot literally means “names” and is taken from the first word of the Hebrew text.
When the Torah was translated into the Greek Septuagint, the name Exodus – meaning departure – was given to the book. Sefer Shmot - Introduction (To prepare for this shiur, see the questions for self study.).
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Chavruta. Sefer Shemot book study the Ramban's introduction to Sefer Shemot. (The notes of Chavel in the Mossad Harav Kook edition or Torat Chayim should be useful. Also, look up pesukim that he quotes in order to gain a full understanding.) Shiur.
This week we excitedly begin a new book of the Torah. The Book of Shemot (Exodus): Shemot: Table of Contents Now these are the names of the children of Israel, which came into Egypt; every man and his household came with Jacob. Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah, Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin, Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and Asher.
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Ramchal on the Parsha is a collection of various explanations from the writings of the famous Ramchal and his talmid Rav Moshe Vali. Presenting the words of these great Jewish thinkers in easily understood English, Ramchal on the Parsha will be of use to the layman, aspiring student, and scholar alike.5/5(1).
Sefer Tikkunim points out that the word “thorn-bush” is found in these verses five times. This is the same number of times that the word “Ohr” [light] is found in the Torah’s account of the Creation of the World.
The commentators explain that the world would be illuminated through the five lights of the Five Books. Ziegler has lectured widely on various Tanakh topics in Israel, the United States, South Africa, Australia, and Europe. Ziegler is the author of "Promises to Keep: The Oath in Biblical Narrative" and "Ruth: From Alienation to Monarchy." Her forthcoming book on Megillat Eikhah is scheduled for publication in The Ramban and Sefer Shemot Firstly, the Ramban (introduction to Shmot) summarizes Sefer Shmot as a book of “Galut and Ge’ula,” beginning with Bnei Yisrael’s enslavement and concluding with Hashem dwelling among them in the Mishkan.
Accordingly, the Mishkan was the pinnacle, and what the entire Sefer built towards; Hashem’s. The second book of Torah is called "Exodus" (ἔξοδος, "going out"), a title derived from the Greek translation of the rabbinical name of the book, Sefer Yetziat Mitzraim ("the book of the going out from Egypt").
In the Hebrew Bible this book is called Shemot ("names"), following the custom of naming a book according to its first significant word. By combining the book of E, the Book of the Covenant (a law code found in Exodus 21–24), and the northern book of Judges (predecessor to the canonical book of Judges), and supplementing them with J's own text, J composed a cohesive historical work which chronicles the events from the creation of the world to the crowning of King David in nine.
What is Sefer Shmot. Before we talk about what "shmot" means, let's first explain what the word "sefer" implies. In our study of Chumash [the five 'books'], we work under the basic assumption that each "sefer" [book] carries a unique theme. Therefore, as we study each sefer we attempt to identify that theme.
sefer shemot book of exodus. Exodus - Chapter 1. New York. First Reading These are the names of Israel's sons who came to Egypt with Jacob, each with his family: Ve'eleh shemot beney Yisra'el haba'im Mitsraymah et Ya'akov ish uveyto ba'u.
The Sephardim read the Haftorah from the book of Yirmiyahu (Jeremiah) The Weeping Prophet Jeremiah by: Rembrandt The connection of the Haftorah to the Parsha: Sephardim: In the Parsha of Shemot, Moshe Rabbeinu (Moses) is appointed a prophet and leader. A collection of commentaries on the book of Shemot, gathered from all the writings of Rabbi Eliyahu of Vilna - HaGra.~~~ Please look inside for more details.
Sefer Shemot - Exodus $ 30, The name of the Golden sponsor for each of the Five Books of the Torah will be embroidered on the Torah’s mantel and displayed on Ohr Torah Stone’s commemorative wall installation.
Golden sponsors are eligible for 10 reservations at the OTS Annual Dinner. TORAH READINGS. Weekly Torah Perashot. Included here are various vocal recitations of Biblical selections.
Each Shabbat, a portion from the Five Books of Moses is read. A thematic corresponding selection from the Prophets follows, utilizing a different musical mode.
Sefer Shemot - The Book of Exodus. Shemot_Frank Varon. / Another commentator, the Netziv of Volozhin, defines Sefer Shemot differently. He brings the opinion The Baal Halachot Gedolot, Rabbi Shimon Kayra, that the correct title for the book is ‘The Second Book’.
Of all the books of the Torah, the Book of Shemot is the only one that does not warrant its own name. Welcome to Occult World Unlike many Damon Brand's books, he hinted a reference of words of power, so I'm interested in those Shorshei ha-Shemot book.
But I could not find any useful reference articles on the net. Hmm, the title of this books brings to mind Sefer HaShmoth, The Book of Names. The connection of the Haftorah to the Parsha: The first laws of Parshat Mishpatim deal with the Hebrew servant.
The Jews had suffered in Egypt as slaves and they knew first hand what slavery meant. Therefore, Hashem expected the Jews to empathize with their servants; do not take advantage of a person when he’s down. A fine Chumash on the book of Shemot with commentaries of the Rishonim.~~~ Please look inside for more details.
The Largest Online Provider of Hebrew Sifrei Kodesh Customization. Parshat Shemot- Rav Shames The Ramban opens his commentary on Sefer Shemot with an introduction to the entire book: "Sefer Beraishit is the book of creation Sefer Shemot deals with the first exile and the redemption from it.
That is why the book starts with the names of those who went down to Egypt, for that is when it began. An English translation of Exodusin the Torah Reading for Parashat Shemot (the first parashah in Sefer Shemot) in the annual cycle, "transtropilized" according to the Masoretic text of the Hebrew Bible by Len Fellman.
Shemot is the second book of the Tanakh and the second of five books of the Torah written by Moses. Sefer Shemot tells how Moses leads the Children of Israel out of Egypt, through the wilderness to Mount Sinai.
At Mount Sinai God, through Moses, gives the Children of Israel their laws and enters into a covenant with them. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Genre/Form: Commentaries: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ḥakham, ʻAmos. Sefer Shemot. Yerushalayim: Mosad ha-Rav Ḳuḳ, [©] (OCoLC) Chumash Sefer Shemot Interactive Videos This series of 40 videos covers each of the 40 perakim (chapters) in Sefer Shemot, the 2nd book of the Torah.
While teaching 3rd grade at the Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy in Beverly Hills CA, I was challenged to teach the entire Sefer Shemot in a year, and actually have my students retain the knowledge. What’s in a name. Plenty. Reviewed by Alan Jay Gerber. Issue of Jan. 23, / 27 Teves This year it is our good fortune to witness the publication of several high quality new translations of either the texts or commentaries of the second book of the Bible, Shemot — Exodus.
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Recently viewed products. Hebrew this book of the Torah is not referred to as “The Book Exodus”,?but rather “Sefer Shemot” “The book of Names“. What does the Exile from Egypt have to do with “names” and why is this?such an integral part of our spiritual make up.
Torah Parasha Summary Book by Book Summaries of the Torah, Scriptures. Sefer Bereishit. the further evolution and progress of the nation is presented in the following sefer - Shemot. Sefer Bereishit not only describes the origin of the Jewish people, but traces the origins of all peoples of mankind.