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Description - Rejoice in Your Festivals by Zvi Dov Kanotopsky

Containing 38 previously unpublished sermons of the late Rabbi Zvi Dov Kanotopsky, this book adds new dimensions to readers' understanding and enjoyment of Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot. At once timeless and timely, many of these sermons were written at historic moments, such as the end of World War II and the rescue of Holocaust survivors, the establishment of the State of Israel, and Israeli victories against Arab armies. Firmly rooted in the teachings of the Talmudic sages and biblical commentators, these pieces provide valuable insight and inspiration that help Jewish readers address the complex challenges they face as a people and as individuals. They also reveal the creativity and passion of Rabbi Kanotopsky, a dynamic orator and communal leader.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9789657108994
ISBN-10: 9657108993
Format: Hardback
(243mm x 172mm x mm)
Pages: 231
Imprint: Urim Publications
Publisher: Urim Publications
Publish Date: 1-Feb-2008
Country of Publication: Israel

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Author Biography - Zvi Dov Kanotopsky

Rabbi Zvi Dov Kanotopsky was the director of the Insitute for Advanced Talmud Study at Bar Ilan University in Israel and a lecturer at Hebrew University and Michlalah College for Women. During his career he also taught at various schools of Yeshiva University and served as the rabbi of two different communities. David A. Zomick is business process outsourcing consultant and a former vice president of engineering and chief scientist at Honeywell Aerospace. Rabbi Kanotopsky was the rabbi of the synagogue in which he was raised.