A Taste of Torah, PDF eBook
A Devotional Study Through the Five Books of Moses.
In her devotional commentary, Keren Hannah Pryor gives you a taste of the sweetness of God’s Word and the inspired instruction of his Torah. She gleans from the wisdom of Jewish sages and commentators as well as Christian insights into the Tanach (Old Testament), and conveys them in a gentle but profound manner that will inspire and inform every student of Scripture.
A Taste of Torah offers traditional insights, as well as inspiring, fresh perspectives—reflections of the riches the author has received through her personal study of the Scriptures. The content was drawn from the notes she collected over the years from a wide variety of sources, which greatly inspired her own observations.
This commentary is indeed a tasty appetizer for those new to the Torah, and it adds additional spice for those who already are familiar with the weekly Torah portions. It also is a great resource for Torah study groups.
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