Volume 6 Tachanun and Concluding Prayers probes the theological complexities of human nature as presented in Tachanun, the prayers that acknowledge human sin and petition divine pardon. It also illuminates the prayers that conclude the standard Jewish service: Kaddish, Alenu, and K'dushah D'sidra; and provides a detailed treatment of Maimonides' thirteen principles of faith.
Tachanun and Concluding PrayersMy People's Prayer Book Volume 6
Edited by Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman
7"x10" (214 Pages)Publisher: Jewish Lights, 2002
Part of the "My People's Prayer Book" series.
The Major sections of the prayer book each are covered in separate volumes in this series. My People's Prayer Book provides in each volume:
This stunning work, an important expression of the spiritual revival of our times, enables all worshipers to claim their connection to the heritage of the traditional Jewish prayer book. It rejuvenates Jewish worship in today's world, and makes its power accessible to all.
- The traditional Hebrew text.
- A modern translation (designed to let people know exactly what the prayers actually say).
>LI?Commentators from all perspectives of the Jewish world, some of today's most respected Jewish scholars and teachers, who cover the prayer book's connections to the Bible, history, traditional law, kabbalistic wisdom, feminism, modern developments, and much more.
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