The Passover Haggadah is perhaps the most popular Jewish liturgical book after the siddur. Each year families gather around their tables to retell the story of the Exodus of the nascent Jewish community from Egypt, using an ancient text made ever-relevant by each generation's added commentaries. Now the OU PRESS [small caps] has the honor of publishing Rabbi Norman Lamm's Haggadah commentary, a work of brilliant insights expressed in Rabbi Lamm's inimitable style, articulate and engaging, while sensitive and moving.
For this commentary, Rabbi Lamm's weekly sermons and divrei Torah delivered while he was Rabbi of The Jewish Center have been culled for his insights on the Haggadah and the Passover holiday. Together with relevant selections from his written works, they make up this new and compelling commentary on the Haggadah. We now have the opportunity on Passover evening to join Rabbi Lamm at his Royal Table and retell the story of the Exodus with new understanding and insight.
by Norman Lamm (Author), Joel B. Wolowelsky (Editor)
Hardcover, 200 Pages