Festival of Freedom: Essays on Pesah and the Haggadah
KTAV Publishing House, Inc., 2006 - 205 من الصفحات
Festival of Freedom, the sixth volume in the series MeOtzar HoRav, consists of ten essays on Passover and the Haggadah drawn from the treasure trove left by the late Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, widely known as "the Rav." For Rabbi Soloveitchik, the Passover Seder is not simply a formal ritual or ceremonial catechism. Rather, the Seder night is "endowed with a unique and fascinating quality, exalted in its holiness and shining with a dazzling beauty." It possesses profound experiential and intellectual dimensions, both of them woven into the fabric of halakhic performance. Its central mitzvah, sippur yetzi'at Mitzrayim, recounting the exodus, is extraordinarily multifaceted, entailing study and teaching, storytelling and symbolic performance, thanksgiving and praise.
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The Seder Night
Slavery and Freedom
The Symbolism of Matzah
The Inner Transformation on Pesah Night
Seders of Denigration and Praise
Jewish History and Destiny
The Plague of the Firstborn
Moses and the Redemption
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