Maggid Books Halakha Collection Part 1

Interested in learning some halakha (Jewish law) in English? Check out some of Maggid Books’ collection of English language halakha books! We have even more options available in Hebrew on our website. Hilkhot Mo’adim by: Rabbi David Brofsky This compendium of Jewish law outlines the themes and underlying concepts of the halakhot of the Jewish holidays including; relevant debates…

Series Spotlight: Maggid Studies in Tanakh

The Maggid Studies in Tanakh is a collection of works by a cadre of master Bible scholars who explore the concepts, themes, literary artistry, and historical context of individual books in the Bible. Each volume in the series utilizes a trailblazing interdisciplinary approach to understanding the Biblical text that fuses both traditional and scholarly tools to understand…

Hanukka 5780- To Make Them Forget Your Torah – An Excerpt from Rabbi Aaron Levine’s “Seasons of Nobility”

An excerpt taken from Seasons of Nobility published by Maggid Books, 2019. Seasons of Nobility is a selection of Rabbi Dr. Levine’s sermons on the Jewish holidays and special Shabbatot, transcribed from his manuscripts dating from 1982 to 2011. Drawing upon the author’s deep reservoir of Torah knowledge, the sermons offer original insights into the laws, customs,…

Staff Picks – Alex Drucker

This month’s selections come from International Retail Manager and wannabe chef, Alex Drucker. Alex Drucker is the International Retail Manager for Koren Publishers.  Originally from London, he made aliya from Hong Kong in 2016 with his family and now lives in Modi’in with his wife and 3 children (each one born in a different country). …

Talmud Study Aids – A Starter’s Pack

The Noé Edition Koren Talmud Bavli is now available in its entirety. To celebrate this historical achievement and to recognize the upcoming Siyum HaShas we encourage anyone and everyone to begin their own journey into Talmud learning no matter your current learning level. Talmud learning may appear to be intimidating and foreign. Maybe you haven’t learned…