The Rational Passover Haggadah
  • The Rational Passover Haggadah
  • The Rational Passover Haggadah
  • The Rational Passover Haggadah
  • The Rational Passover Haggadah
  • The Rational Passover Haggadah
ISBN: 1684512581
EAN13: 9781684512584
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 1, 2022
Pages: 208
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Dennis Prager, author of The Rational Bible--which, upon its first publication, was the number one bestselling non-fiction book in America--turns his attention to the Haggadah, the book used for the most widely celebrated Jewish ritual, the Passover Seder. As with Prager's multi-volume commentary on the Torah, the explanations included with this Haggadah are equally valuable for religious and non-religious Jews, as well as for non-Jews. It provides enough thought-provoking ideas and insights to last the reader a lifetime.

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   Pearls of wisdom from Mr. Prager
Mr. Prager, thank you for being a voice of reason. I was raised in a Catholic family. My husband is a Jew. My husband and I have always respected each other's religion. I have gained knowledge of the meaning behind the Seder and the meaning of each ritual performed at the Seder through this book. I would like to strengthen our Judeo-Christian roots even though my family is Catholic. Through reading the Haggadah, I learned more about my husband. I have learned a lot about my country. I was surprised to learn that the founding fathers valued these teachings so much that the United States' origins seal was a picture of the exodus from Egypt. The Haggadah has answered many questions for me. Thank you again for the valuable tool that helps strengthen my beliefs and educate my children about Christianity.
 
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   Not Dennis' Best Work
Dennis wrote a book that I have purchased and read. I would rate it as 5 stars. I am not very impressed with this work. I think it's a quick money for Dennis. If I needed a step-by-step procedure on how to celebrate Passover, my rating would have been much higher. This book is tied to Eight Questions People Ask About Judaism and is Dennis' least preferred book. I admit that I'm biased. His other books were very good. Dennis might say the problem was my high expectations. I would not have purchased the book if it weren't for my high expectations.
 
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   Hebrew Is Written Right to Left!
The book is not printed in backwards fashion. It was intentional. Also authentic. The Hebrew is written right to left. Who cares? You'll get used to it in ten seconds. The ideas in the book count. The ideas are brilliant. It's a must read. If you are having a Passover this year, use this book. You will have the most meaningful Passover ever.
 
5
   The binding is not an error! It's supposed to be read back to front
I ordered a book from Amazon and it wasn't damaged when I arrived. Love Dennis. This is a great collection.
 
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   Book is meant to be read right to left!
The way the book is bound is not being commented on by one star reviews. The book is supposed to be read right to left according to Dennis. There is a Hebrew language in this book. Although there is a lot of English language printed here, it is assumed that many Jews will be able to read from right to left in this book. The bounding is on the right hand side. This type of printing doesn't bother me because I am a Christian. I feel connected to my brothers and sisters.
 
5
   Another excellent book from Rabbi Prager
While this volume can be used at your Seder, I prefer it as a study guide and a source of insight into the modern application of the lessons. This is a great addition to my Haggadot collection. The book is bound in the traditional fashion for a Hebrew book which is read from right to left.
 
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