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Dec 15, C. The commentary and translation are extremely Enlightening and enrich my prayers. May 20, Keenan rated it it was amazing I just wanted to say a couple things about this siddur. This is the best siddur for those of us that strongly identify with the zionist movement, as there are actually prayers for certain aspects of being in Israel, as well as and most I just wanted to say a couple things about this siddur. This is the best siddur for those of us that strongly identify with the zionist movement, as there are actually prayers for certain aspects of being in Israel, as well as and most importantly for me prayers for the state of Israel and the IDF, which are strangely absent from Art Scroll.

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History[ edit ] Koren Publishers Jerusalem was founded in by Eliyahu Koren, who sought to publish the first Hebrew Bible designed, edited, printed, and bound by Jews in nearly years. The text, vocalization, and cantillation for The Koren Bible were based on an early 19th-century Bible edition of German-Jewish grammarian and masoretic scholar Wolf Heidenheim. Koren created a new font, Koren Bible Type , [2] for the project, developed a graphic layout that allowed for the unity of the Hebrew type, and corrected numerous errors of earlier editions.

The entire Bible followed nearly two years later. The Koren Bible quickly gained wide acceptance among many different Jewish communities. It is the edition accepted by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel for reading the Haftara prophetic portions in synagogues when the handwritten parchment scroll is not used, and, until the introduction of the Jerusalem Crown , was the Bible on which the President of Israel is sworn into office.

For example, Moshe Goshen-Gottstein said: "Since he was aware of his lack in masoretic expertise, he sought the help of three scholars, all of who suffered from the same lack of masoretic expertise Koren Publishers Jerusalem continues to publish a wide variety of Jewish religious texts in Hebrew, English, and other languages.

It is the only Orthodox siddur that includes prayers for the state of Israel, its soldiers and national holidays, and a halakhic guide for visitors; prayers following childbirth and upon the birth of a daughter; and citations of modern authorities. Rabbi Shalom Z. Berger serves as Senior Content Editor. Koren Magerman Educational Siddur Series[ edit ] In May , Koren, along with Yeshiva University , announced the launch of a new series of siddurim with "a new approach to tefilla prayer education in the school, home, and synagogue.

The Koren Ani Tefilla Weekday Siddur was developed for the inquiring high school student and thoughtful adult. Divisions and imprints[ edit ] Maggid Books[ edit ] Created in , Maggid publishes books that offer contemporary approaches to traditional Jewish texts and themes. The imprint stands on three pillars: scholarship, loyalty to Jewish tradition, and popular appeal. The Maggid Studies in Tanakh series explores the texts, themes, and personalities of the Bible through both classic rabbinic interpretation and modern scholarly investigation.

Featuring English translations, timelines and maps, the first two books in the series — "Jeremiah: The Fate of a Prophet" by Binyamin Lau and "I Kings: Torn in Two" by Alex Israel — reveal hidden layers of meaning in these ancient texts for a contemporary audience. Binyamin Lau and Professor Moshe Halbertal address the topic of leadership.

Awards and honors[ edit ] The house was commended by The Jewish Week for its "fastidiously accurate and aesthetically sensitive presentation of the Hebrew Scriptures and the prayer book.

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The Koren Sacks Siddur

For one thing, some people read it every day of their lives. This begs the question, why use a prayerbook in the first place? But prayer is as much for us as it is for God — maybe even more so. The red-and-gray cover has a cool, retro look, a bit like a stylish car manual and a bit like a volume from the Library at Alexandria.

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He said that his commentary is intended to "shed some light on the inner logic of the prayers", [11] Differences from other Orthodox siddurim[ edit ] The translation and commentary, although based on the Authorized Daily Prayer Book, has been reworked by Rabbi Sacks and a team of translators from Koren. The prayers follow the Koren tradition, including prayers not present in previous UK Singer siddurim. There are some differences of nusach liturgical choices and instructions, as this siddur is for a North American readership. Includes prayers for the government and armed forces. More extensive prayers for holidays, including Ushpizin, Akdamut, Kaparot, Viduy and Selihot Prayers intended for the reader to use while praying in the State of Israel.

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History[ edit ] Koren Publishers Jerusalem was founded in by Eliyahu Koren, who sought to publish the first Hebrew Bible designed, edited, printed, and bound by Jews in nearly years. The text, vocalization, and cantillation for The Koren Bible were based on an early 19th-century Bible edition of German-Jewish grammarian and masoretic scholar Wolf Heidenheim. Koren created a new font, Koren Bible Type , [2] for the project, developed a graphic layout that allowed for the unity of the Hebrew type, and corrected numerous errors of earlier editions. The entire Bible followed nearly two years later. The Koren Bible quickly gained wide acceptance among many different Jewish communities. It is the edition accepted by the Chief Rabbinate of Israel for reading the Haftara prophetic portions in synagogues when the handwritten parchment scroll is not used, and, until the introduction of the Jerusalem Crown , was the Bible on which the President of Israel is sworn into office. For example, Moshe Goshen-Gottstein said: "Since he was aware of his lack in masoretic expertise, he sought the help of three scholars, all of who suffered from the same lack of masoretic expertise

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