The World of Prayer: Commentary and Translation of the Siddur, Volumen1
Feldheim Publishers, 2007
This is a new, revised and updated edition of the World of Prayer, considered by many to be the finest and most authoritative English commentary on the Jewish prayer book. The language has been modernized and each word and phrase discussed in the commentary is marked in the incorporated prayer text in both Hebrew and English. This classic work gives worshipers a genuine understanding of the words of the prayers, enabling them to pray with deeper devotion and to experience the comforting and purifying power of their daily dialogue with the Almighty.Originally written in German, this book has been translated into French, Hebrew, and English and is a classic staple in many Jewish homes and libraries.
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