Russian Edition - Torah: A Modern Commentary, The (Revised Edition)
Edited by W. Gunther Plaut. Revised by David E. S. Stein
The Russian edition of the The
Torah: A Modern Commentary, based on the 2005 revised edition of the Plaut
Torah commentary, opens the world of modern Torah scholarship to Russian
readers across the world. The Russian text is an exact translation of the
English language version, complete with introductory articles, essays, gleanings,
and all Haftarah texts and commentaries in Russian translation. The Russian edition
also includes a new Russian language translation of the Torah and Haftarah
portions, using a modern Russian idiom that helps the reader appreciate the
profound teachings of the ancient words of Torah. No book better represents for
the Russian-speaking community the unique teachings and ideological approach of
Reform Judaism than this commentary.
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