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The Living Hirschian Legacy
The Hirsch Chumash
Since it first appeared, nearly 150 years ago, the Hirsch Commentary on Chumash has gained worldwide popularity for the breathtaking scope of insight and information it offers to scholar, student, and layman alike.
This expansive work combines history, halacha, hashkafa, and Ta'amei HaMitzvos into one magnificent pattern that stretches brilliantly across all of Chamisha Chumshai Torah. And underlying the commentary is Rav Hirsch's unique approach to Lashon HaKrah: his profound analysis of the letters, root words, and structure of words found in Chumash.
To better accommodate today's English speaking public, the Rav Dr. Joseph Breuer Foundation proudly presents this new translation, published in conjunction with Judaica Press, designed to clearly and accurately convey the meaning of the original text, in its entirety.
We invite you to open the new Hirsch Chumash and experience the length and breadth of this magnificent work as never before.
Individual Volumes: $35
Special offer for entire set: $180 for nonmembers, $140 for members
Index to The Hirsch Chumash
The Hirsch Chumash – so brilliant in content and expansive in scope – now has a comprehensive index that allows easy access to a specific subject, word, or reference. This 312-page volume has 3 separate indices: subject index, word index, and source index with references to Nach, Midrash, Mishnah, Gemara, and Halachah – 2,700 references in all. The subject index is in English while the word index and source index are in Hebrew. Also included is an English cross-reference between the Hirsch Chumash and the Collected Writings Set.
The Hirsch Chumash Index is sure to be a valuable tool for anyone wishing to research various topics through Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch's commentary on Chumash.
An anthology of articles on The Hirsch Chumash and the hashkofa of Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch.
Published to coincide with the completion of the new English translation of the Hirsch Chumash, this unique volume is comprised of two sections. The first contains articles specifically about the Hirsch Chumash, while the second contains articles on Rav Hirsch and his ideology. Authors include (in order of appearance): Rav Dr. Joseph Breuer, Dayan Dr. Isidore Grunfeld, Rav Zachariah Gelley, Rav Yaakov Perlow, Marc Breuer, Rav Eliyahu Meir Klugman, Rav Dr. Salomon Breuer, Rav Yechiel Yaakov Weinberg, Rav Shimon Schwab, Dr. Isaac Breuer, Rabbi Shelomoh Danziger, Prof. Leo Levi, Jacob Breuer, Rabbi Shimon Hirsch, Prof. Yitzchak Levine, Jonathan Rosenblum, Rav Dr. Rapahel Breuer.
The Living Hirschian Legacy
This classic volume contains a wealth of essays, written by the Kehilla's Rabbinate and our most prestigious Jewish thinkers, relating to the Kehilla's Weltanshauung of Torah Im Derech Eretz, as well as essays about the Kehilla, in addition to a broad assortment of other topics.
The Hirsch Chumash (Hebrew)
Rav Hirsch’s classic Peirush al HaChumash, now available in a new, Hebrew edition, written in classical Hebrew.
The Peirush al HaChumash by Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch is accepted by all as one of the basic commentaries on the Torah. The expansive work combines history, halacha, hashkafa, and Ta'amei HaMitzvos into one magnificent pattern that stretches brilliantly across all of Chamisha Chumshai Torah. And underlying the commentary is Rav Hirsch's unique approach to Lashon HaKrah - his profound analysis of the letters, root words, and structure of words found in Chumash.
This new edition has been completely rewritten in classical Hebrew understandable to both those in Chutz L’Aretz as well as in Eretz Yisroel.
Price: Bereishis, Shemos, Vayikrah, Bamidbar: $25; Devorim: $21
All volumes: $100
The Book of Yeshaya
The comprehensive commentary of Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch to the Chumash is based on his interpretative method of precise elucidation of the text and meaning of the words.
His son, Julius Hirsch, applied this same method for his commentary to Sefer Yeshayah, and has brought to light the timeless words of the Prophet in an original, inspiring fashion. This English version of the Hirschian commentary to Sefer Yeshayah is written in a modern, clear idiom and will attract scholar and student alike.
Rav Breuer: His Life and His Legacy
A glimpse at an inspirational Torah leader and faithful bearer of the teachings of Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch. This in-depth biography of Rav Dr. Joseph Breuer, z"l, founder of the renowned Kehilla, K'hal Adath Jeshurun, created a legacy that thrives mightily today and shines bright for future generations. He took the ashes of the destroyed Frankfurt Kehilla and almost single-handedly built a new structure, devoted to stoking the fires of Torah and yiras shamayim. With uncompromising strength and unstinting courage, always guided by unwavering faith, Rav Breuer"s Hirschian-inspired hashkafa paved the way for the challenges of the modern world and his writings illuminate our times. This well-researched and thorough work is inspired and inspiring, painting a true picture of Rav Breuer, his life and his legacy.
A collection of manuscripts from Rav Hirsch. Includes teshuvos, chiddushim, letters, and commentaries as well as a lengthy biographical evaluation. In Hebrew. Available from ArtScroll.
The Hirsch Anthology
This 600-page volume contains excerpts from the writings of Rav Hirsch on more than 240 topics (Education, Shabbos, Eretz Yisroel, Torah im Derech Eretz, etc.) to facilitate the accessibility and further study of the Hirschian teachings. This English edition is based on the Hebrew edition of באר השר, which was compiled by Yitzchak Baror (Breuer).
Rav Hirsch was the first Orthodox leader to meet the challenges to Jewish life unleashed by the Enlightenment. His ceaseless and prolific exposition of Torah is an inspiration for our time, as it was for European Jewry a century ago. Translated from the original German, this 9-volume series includes the bulk of Rav Hirsch's philosophical writings.
Volume IX only: $23
Entire set: $180
The Hirsch Tehillim
For thousands of years, Sefer Tehillim, King David’s Book of Psalms, has expressed the emotional and spiritual yearnings that accompany us throughout life - on a deeply personal, and transcendent level. And like all sacred texts, the verses of Tehillim are profound, complex, challenging, even mysterious, and call for commentary.
Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch, whose approach is based on his unique analysis of the meaning inherent to the sacred letters and words of the Hebrew language, creates a monumental commentary that reveals the relevance, power, beauty, and grandeur of Sefer Tehillim.
Rav Hirsch is one of Judaism’s greatest and original thinkers, and this modernized, thoroughly revised translation of his classic commentary offers readers a wealth of insight and understanding into the timeless teachings of Sefer Tehillim’s.
Clear, accessible, and expertly translated into Hebrew, we are proud to present this selection of classic drashos from Rav Dr. Salomon Breuer, zt”l. Rooted in the sacred thoughts of Chazal, and based upon the "Torah im Derech Eretz" hashkafah of Rav Hirsch, these masterful essays stand ready to inform and inspire new generations of readers, with authentic Torah wisdom and mussar.
Also included: A biography of Rav S. Breuer as well as a history of the Frankfurt Kehilla – both written by Rav Dr. Joseph Breuer.
Price: $15 (In Hebrew)
מי לה׳ אלי
Mi Lashem Eilai
The biography in Hebrew of Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch.
A biography of Rav Hirsch, by Rabbi Eliyohu Meir Klugman. Available from ArtScroll.
In his writings, Rav Samson Raphael Hirsch offered profound and original insights into the meaning of all aspects of Jewish life and thought. His successor, Rav Dr. Salomon Breuer, and his grandson, Rav Dr. Joseph Breuer, offered further understanding, following the ideas of Rav Hirsch.
Moadim Perspectives: Pesach-Shavuos contains inspiring teachings from these great Rabbinic leaders that will serve to imbue a deeper appreciation for these festive days and enhance the spiritual level that these Moadim help us to achieve.
Titles by Rav Dr. Joseph Breuer זצ״ל
Machzor for Yom Kippur
The sacred Piyutim of Yom Kippur are an integral part of the day’s davening, but the language and concepts are not easily understood. Rav Joseph Breuer wrote a commentary to the Yom Kippur Piyutim, originally published in German, and we are proud to present a clear English translation of Rav Breuer’s work, which will allow the modern-day reader to benefit from Rav Breuer’s profound and illuminating insights into the Piyutim.
Contains the entire Yom Kippur Machzor in Hebrew, with translation and commentary of the Piyutim in English. An index to the corresponding Piyutim for Nusach Ashkenaz is included.
Titles by Rav Shimon Schwab זצ״ל – Available from ArtScroll
By Dayan Jakob Posen שליט״א
Kitzur Hilchos Shabbos (English)
Sefer Kitzur Hilchos Shabbos was first written as a Hebrew textbook, when the author began teaching hilchos Shabbos at the Rika Breuers Teachers Seminary. The original paperback sefer soon grew into a handsome hardcover book, which sold out almost immediately. New editions were printed, and the popular Hebrew sefer has been selling steadily ever since. Schools and study groups use this sefer, and many families learn from it on a regular basis at their Shabbos table.
Now, for the first time, this sefer on the laws of Shabbos is available in the English language! This provides an even greater opportunity for the English-speaking public to learn the laws of Shabbos in a clear and pleasurable way.
Kitzur Hilchos Yom Tov (English)