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Lessons in Tanya
Author: The Tanya of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi

A well-lit and accessible gateway to Tanya, and the most authoritative guide to its riches
H/C 5 Vol. set - Slip-cased 6 X 9 $119.95


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A linear exposition and commentary on Tanya based on a popular weekly radio series in Yiddish. Rabbi Wineberg's commentary draws upon the teachings he received from Chasidic scholars at the renowned academies of Lubavitch in Europe and the writings of seven generations of Chabad Rebbes. Each of the lectures was examined and amended by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, so that much of the material includes the Rebbe's insights and explanatory comments.

Lessons in Tanya leads the reader through every paragraph and page, illuminating the mystical, often allusive, Talmudic, Kabbalistic, and Scriptural verses and concepts. It fills many gaps in what the terse Tanya text assumes to be the reader's background knowledge.

Volume 3 consists of two self contained works. The first is Tanya-Likutei Amarim, Part 2, which is entitled Shaar Hayichud VehaEmunah ("The Gate to [the Understanding of] G-d's Unity and the Faith"); the second is Part 3, which is entitled Iggeret HaTeshuvah ("The Epistle on Repentance").

The fourth volume contains the Iggeret HaKodesh (Epistles 1-20). It covers the first twenty pastoral letters originally written by the Alter Rebbe over a period of years to the chassidic community at large, hastily copied by willing scribes, and passed on from province to province. Inspirational, expository and sometimes gently admonishing.

The fifth volume consists of two distinct components. First the remaining portion of Iggeret HaKodesh (Epistles 21-32), inspirational letters illuminating key teachings and mystical concepts. The second part of this volume consists of nine essays named Kuntres Acharon ("Later Booklet"). It resolves the apparent contradictions between some of the primary sources in the mystical tradition of the Kabbalah.




 
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