The Torah, Bible of the Jews, has a fresh and powerful newcomer. Torah translations are guided by a variety of approaches, and a great deal of debate occurs over which most effectively communicates. Most translations, however, suffer distortions produced by author biases and personal theology. Rather than hide translation decisions, the Gutnick edition clearly demarcates where it has borrowed interpretations going to the length of indicating those points with parentheses. The result is an honest and unswerving effort that also affords the reader outstanding readability and an enjoyable, engaging encounter with the text. Features a leather-style cover with reinforced binding.
- Classic Commentary drawn from Rabbinic commentators, Midrash and Talmud.
- Full Hebrew text of Rashi and Onkelos in crisp, clear type.
- Hundreds of Chassidic insights into Chumash from the Lubavitcher Rebbe
- Full Text of Haftaros According to All Customs (Ashkenazic, Chabad & Sefardic)