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Tanach: The Torah, Prophets, Writings -- The Twenty-Four Books of the Bible, Newly Translated and Annotated (The ArtScroll Series)

Tanach The Torah Prophets Writings The Twenty Four Books of the Bible Newly Translated and Annotated The ArtScroll Series Author is Nosson Scherman Title is Tanach The Stone Edition Black The Torah Prophets Writings The Twenty Four Books of the Bible Newly Translated and Annotated ISBN is Excellent condition

  • Title: Tanach: The Torah, Prophets, Writings -- The Twenty-Four Books of the Bible, Newly Translated and Annotated (The ArtScroll Series)
  • Author: Nosson Scherman
  • ISBN: 9780899062693
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Author is Nosson Scherman Title is Tanach The Stone Edition Black The Torah Prophets Writings The Twenty Four Books of the Bible Newly Translated and Annotated ISBN is 0899062695 Excellent condition, brand new.

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    1. Joseph T Farkasdi on said:

      Of course, I've read this. In both languages! And, I love the fascinating mystery it still generates as a piece of writing. It is the sacred text with the most commentary about it from several religions. It is also the most misunderstood writing, despite all the study it has received. Good Torah, meaning teaching, has it's own message for each reader. The key to receiving the message it has is to be completely open to it, without reaction, without preconceived ideas about it, and without judgeme [...]

    2. Lance on said:

      The Old Testament in Hebrew, or The Hebrew Bible. A nice edition with Hebrew text on the right page and a new English translation on the left page. The Hebrew chapter and verse numbers (letters) are written unobtrusively in the right margin. Below the Hebrew text are annotations taken from Rabbinic sources, often with alternative, sometimes conflicting notes from different scholars. I like the fact that the Artscroll editors were objective and included differing viewpoints in the annotations. Th [...]

    3. Thom on said:

      An essential for a Jewish bookshelf, the Stone Tanach contains both Hebrew and English script and footnotes of commentary from various sources.It's read traditionally, which is right-to-left, like in Hebrew. In the back (for English speakers, the front) there are appendices with a wealth of information: lineages, diagrams and pictures of things like the Ark of the Covenant. There's also a family history for you to write in, if you want to consider it a family bible.

    4. Alexis on said:

      Tanach: The Stone Edition/Black : The Torah/Prophets/Writings : The Twenty-Four Books of the Bible Newly Translated and Annotated (The Artscroll Ser.)) by Nosson Scherman (1996)

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