Winner of the Rabbi Moshe Malka Prize for Torah Literature!! Shadal is regarded as the first of the modern Jewish commentators. The book sets out his outlook in terms of his exegetical and critical approach and his beliefs lying behind it.
The periodical B.D.D. aims firstly to serve the needs of Torah-observant Jews, who maintain contact with intellectual developments in secular culture and are interested in modern thinking and research.
This study adds lexical entries to Krauss’ work, analyzes morphological changes in loaning between languages, examines dialectical characteristics and patterns of corruption, and explains many misunderstood passages in rabbinic literature.
This collection includes a selection of some of the articles that Prof. Moshe Beer published in his lifetime. His research deals with the history of the Jewish people in the periods of the Second Temple, the Mishnah and the Talmud in Eretz Israe...