Category Archives: Prayer
אָבִינוּ שֶׁבַּשָּׁמַיִם יִתְקַדַּשׁ שְׁמֵךֻ Avinu shebashamayim, yitkadash sh’meicha. Our Father, who is in heaven, may your name be sanctified. (Forgive the transliterated Greek, but I have yet to set up my Mac to type in Greek): Pater heimon ho en … Continue reading
Fish in the Israeli desert? Jim Davila comments on Simcha Jacobovici (the Naked Archaeologist). Synagogues in the Middle Ages using the Greek Bible? Free eBook versions of the Siddur? The Economist says PhD’s are not worthwhile?
Ovadia at the “Just Jewish” blog is a very promising young student destined to be a scholar in our ranks. He discovered a long time Christian blog called The Internet Monk. Many of you may know of Michael Spencer, a … Continue reading
In Volume 1 of David Instone-Brewer’s Traditions of the Rabbis From the Era of the New Testament we have a careful examination of which parts of the Mishnah order on agriculture (Zeraim, which begins with Berakhot or blessings) legitimately belongs … Continue reading
I have recently bought a Koren Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) and it is beautiful. Imagine my interest when I heard from MJTI’s Carl Kinbar that Koren has just released (as of May 15) a Modern Orthodox Siddur (Prayerbook) translated and commented … Continue reading
I am reviewing a wonderful resource by FFOZ (ffoz.org) which a great learning aid for Grace After Meals (Birkhat HaMazon). As I mentioned last time, you can order a book about Grace After Meals (called Breaking Bread) as well as … Continue reading