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Each year on Yom Kippur, fast days, and the days leading up to the High Holidays, Jews around the world recite the Thirteen Midot:
"HaShem, HaShem, El Rahum veHanun, Erekh Apayim, veRav Hesed veEmet, Notzer Hesed laAlafim, Noseh Avon vaFesha veHata'a veNakeh."
In His Mercy examines the Thirteen Midot and their philosophical underpinnings through the lenses of the Talmud, the Midrash and major commentaries. It offers an insightful introduction, and concise, illuminating essays on each Mida. Based on a series of lectures given over twenty years by Rabbi Ezra Bick, a leading scholar at Israel's Yeshivat Har Etzion, In His Mercy is the first English edition of this special work.
The rabbis and professors of Yeshiva University come together the latest volume of Mitokh Ha-Ohel (Within the Tent) to present scholarly and insightful essays on the weekday prayers. Edited by Rabbi Daniel Z. Feldman and Dr. Stuart W. Halpern, Mitokh Ha-Ohel offers the insightful and varied perspectives of more than fifty Yeshiva University rabbis and scholars, including Rabbis Elchanan Adler, Yitzchok Cohen, Ozer Glickman, Herschel Schachter, and Yaakov Neuberger.
This magnificent collection of 28 prayers recited exclusively by women has been created by a contemporary Israeli artist, whose colorful work adorns the Hebrew, Ladino and Yiddish texts. The prayers correspond to a woman?s complete life cycle, from the birth of a daughter, to a
bat mitzva, for a bride, during pregnancy, on parenting, and more. Traditional prayers like Eshet Hayil are here, but so too is a prayer stated before Torah study, and a rendering of the 115 names of women in the Torah in the order in which they appear. Compiled with the assistance of Joel B. Wolowelsky, Ph.D., Dean of Faculty, Yeshiva of Flatbush.