Monday, May 30, 2005

Taryag

I don't make a comission, but I would be happy if you bought [and learned] this volume, of which I am one of the editors! We are currently doing the mitzvos from the beginning of the Torah up to the Dibros - I'm working on gid hanasheh.




10 comments:

  1. Looks great. Will there be a Hebrew version (presumably in more depth)?

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  2. There will be a Hebrew version, but more or less the same - the depth of the English is pretty deep.

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  3. "one torah, one people, 613 mitzvos" sounds practically chabad.

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  4. Hmmm....

    I was not aware that it is only according to Chabad that we have:

    "one torah, one people, 613 mitzvos"

    May I assume you are being facetious?

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  5. seriously does sound chabad/outreach inspired. from the ads i saw, it looks like a serious marketing effort across schools/factions, etc. looks like a nice project.

    sorry for the facetiousness. the advertising made me a little grumpy. it is an impressive effort, but maybe "Greatest breakthroughs in jewish history" is an unnecessary guzma? perhaps it will rank lower than chasimas hashas, shulchan aruch, etc. i dont think this rhetoric is having a healthy effect on our society or our kids.

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  6. Maybe I haven't read enough about this project, but which list of 613 does the project use and why?

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  7. The one of the Sefer HaChinuch, as the most widespread in common use.

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  8. It's a beautiful sefer and an exellent work. Alas, I hope your editorial contribution was limited to content as the formatting and proofeading of the initial volume are atrocious! I hope this is addressed in fute volumes.

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  9. Thank you - indeed, alas, I had nothing to do with formatting and proofreading! But I assume that each volume will be better and better!

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