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Hadesh Yameinu Siddur Reviews

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“Yeshar koah! What a delight – lovely to hold, and the content! Hadesh Yameinu winnows and gathers the best – translated with dignity and devoid of false tone and stiffness.”
– Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Aleph – Alliance for Jewish Renewal

“The readings are diverse, imaginatively chosen, touching and often enough, profound; the voices of our day and the voices of the ages commingle quite effectively.”
– Prof. Arnold Eisen, Chancellor, Jewish Theological Seminary

“This book is a rich treasury of prayer and devotion, edited with great sensitivity to both religious and literary matters. An important contribution to the bookshelf of non-Orthodox prayer books.”
– Prof. Arthur Green, Rector, Rabbinical School of the Boston Hebrew College

“For the first time, a siddur offering a non-fundamentalist approach, with a translation that is lyrical, offered line by line. The layout is a true expression of hiddur mitzvah… One feels gently carried through the liturgy…[on] a meaningful journey into Jewish thought and spiritual practice. In the perpetual struggle between keva and kavanah, this siddur is a benchmark against which to measure all our efforts.”
– Rabbi Samuel Barth, Former Dean, Academy of Jewish Religion

Sun, July 21 2019 18 Tammuz 5779