Rabbi Yitzchak Arama on the Torah By Rabbi Yitzchak Arama Translated by: Eliyahu Munk Publisher: Urim Publications, 2001
The author, Rabbi Isaac ben Moses Arama lived in Spain from 1420 1494. He was a Rabbi, philosopher and preacher. As a young man, he taught at Zamoar, then served as rabbi in Taragona and Fraga in the province of Aragon. Later, he was appointed Rabbi of Calatayud where he wrote most of his works. After the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492, he settled in Naples, Italy. There he died in 1494. He is best known for his Akeydat Yitzchak, which was published in Salonika in 1522, and is written in the form of philosophical homilies and allegorical commentaries on Pentateuch. The work contains one hundred and five chapters; each forms a complete sermon, divided into two parts, Drishah, investigation, and Prishah, exposition. 2 Volume boxed set.