Torah: The Five Books of Moses

January 15, 2020 - Comment

This Torah tells a story… your own. It invites you to discover yourself within its pages. With a charming, colorful presentation, multiple strands of commentary and groundbreaking, interactive features, the Lifestyle Books Torah transforms the text into an experience-personalized, engaging and happening now. Its goal is to uncover the spiritual potential and human relevance in

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This Torah tells a story… your own. It invites you to discover yourself within its pages.

With a charming, colorful presentation, multiple strands of commentary and groundbreaking, interactive features, the Lifestyle Books Torah transforms the text into an experience-personalized, engaging and happening now. Its goal is to uncover the spiritual potential and human relevance in every line.

Features include:

Acclaimed Translation that makes each Torah portion flow like a story. An easy read for you and your family in a fresh, contemporary voice.

Full Hebrew Text of the Five Books of Moses, with complete Haftarah cycle, beautifully typeset by an award-winning designer.

Personalized Running Commentary that gives voice to hundreds of Jewish thinkers and mystics, in a chorus that will speak to your life. The insights address profoundly relevant issues at the core of the human experience: questions of purpose, relationships, identity and meaning.

Spiritual Treats on every page that will delight and nourish your soul. Glimpse new vistas of reality with compact Kabbalah Bites. Potent meditations follow you off the page, into the head-on challenges of the world; and our Food for Though selections will draw you and your loved ones into hours of discussion, as you participate in the Torah’s ongoing conversation.

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“Do we really need yet another edition and translation of the Torah? In this case, Yes. Rabbi Chaim Miller has blessed us with a profound gift, penetrating the surface layer of the Bible and revealing multiple layers of meaning, which range from personal to midrashic to mystical. Dip into this treasure trove, and your understanding of Torah will never be the same.”

Professor Daniel Matt, Translator of the Zohar (Pritzker Edition)


“The translation and the eclectic and multi-faceted commentary will resonate with both those seeking to deepen their commitment and the many who are in the process of first discovering their spiritual heritage. The Kabbalah bites which adorn the commentary add an entire new dimension to this composition. It is truly a wonderful work for the contemporary generation.”

Rabbi Aaron Rakeffet, Professor of Rabbinic Literature Yeshiva University in Israel Caroline and Joseph S. Gruss Institute Jerusalem


“The text is smooth, challenging, comprehensive and even addictive. The bar has been raised.”

Rabbi Dr. Laibl Wolf, Dean, Spiritgrow – Josef Kryss Center, Melbourne Australia


“Rabbi Chaim Miller has done a remarkable job in putting this work together. To an eminently readable translation he adds carefully selected commentary from an impressive cross-section of traditional writers as well as intriguing questions and ideas that further draw the reader in. This Chumash is user-friendly in the truest sense: it is designed to engage mind, heart and soul in an accessible encounter with the Divine. As a result, the Lifestyle Chumash is poised to be a worthy resource for contemporary Jews on a path of personal growth and renewal.”

Rabbi Michael J. Broyde, Founding Rabbi, Young Israel of Toco Hills. Dayan, Beth Din of America


“I’m thrilled to recommend the LIFESTYLE CHUMASH. It provides a very deep and innovative approach to Chumash. The FOOR FOR THOUGHT section provides stimulating questions which are perfect for the Shabbos table and the SPIRITUAL VITAMINS and KABBALAH BITES make Torah come alive. It’s been a long time since I’ve felt so challenged and excited about reading Chumash. You did a GREAT JOB!”

Dr. Miriam Adahan , Psychologist, therapist and author

Comments

Anonymous says:

Very Kabbalistic Like the Gutnik Chumash (which I read a few years ago) this is a Chabad-oriented Chumash, with a very unusual translation and lots of commentary from Chabad rebbes as well as from more classical sources. It differs from the Gutnink in two major ways:1. Better graphics, more accessible to readers without a huge background in midrash.2. Lots of emphasis on Kabbalah and reincarnation, of a sort that may seem off-the-wall to all but the most mysticism-oriented Jews. Here’s an…

Anonymous says:

I love the graphics in this I love the graphics in this. That was what attracted me to this version in the first place. I first saw it at our Chabad shul. As I read it, it surely is a treasure trove of information, some long, some in snippets. The Food for Thought is something we use as a dvar Torah on Shabbat. We learn from the kabbalah shorts. Instead of long commentaries, you can tell that some commentary is inserted in the narrative itself, giving this a twist on the usual English versions. Highly recommended!

Anonymous says:

Amazing Our temple started using these a few months ago. These are amazing. The explanations, the little tidbits, the Kabbalah bites, and the Spiritual Vitamins are wonderful. And it looks so fresh and nice. The Hebrew is great, the English is great. What a wonderful upgrade the the previous ones the temple was using. I am contemplating buying one for myself at home, but it’s pretty expensive. But I will probably end up getting one for home. Highly recommend.

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