The Light of the Torah

The Light of the Torah by Samuel Bavli 1737674319 9781737674313
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The weekly Torah portion has been a pillar of Jewish life and learning for millennia. The Light of the Torah combines the author's original insights with in-depth analysis of a wide variety of sources to resolve compelling questions arising from the text of the Torah. The Light of the Torah seeks to convey to the reader a deeper understanding of the Torah and a stronger connection with God.

"I have very much enjoyed reading Dr. Shmuel Bavli's essays on the parshiyot ha-shavua. Written very clearly and drawing upon a wide range of sources-from Talmudic through modern times-Dr. Bavli has brought new insights to paths well-trodden, providing creative interpretations for many biblical narratives and laws. I have learned a lot from his thoughtful and most interesting perspectives. All will benefit from these reflections, beginners and scholars alike."
-Rabbi Dr. Jacob J. Schacter
University Professor of Jewish History and Jewish Thought,
Yeshiva University, New York, NY

"Dr. Samuel Bavli is a lover of Torah. Throughout a life of devotion to medicine as an esteemed endocrinologist, he nurtured his passion for scripture by regular study and by writing well-researched essays on the weekly portion. He has now made these available to the public, to the delight, enrichment and inspiration of us all."
-Rabbi Haskel Lookstein
Rabbi Emeritus of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun,
New York, NY

"I am pleased to offer high praise of Dr. Samuel Bavli's wonderfully engaging and deeply insightful work, The Light of the Torah. It reflects the remarkable breadth of knowledge of my friend and colleague, in both the Torah and our contemporary reality. Dr. Bavli has truly provided us with insight and wisdom that is so valuable for the thinking Jew of today. Kol Hakavod!"
-Rabbi Kenneth Hain
Rabbi, Congregation Beth Sholom, Lawrence, NY

Author: Samuel Bavli

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 316

Publisher: Tambora Books

Publication Date: 2022-11-29


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