Listen while you clean! The most celebrated holiday in every Jewish community is Pesach. From the Red Sea to the seder table, noted Jewish historian Rabbi Berel Wein delves into the history of Pesach observance, the reaction from non-Jews in the form of blood libels, the development of the seder and Haggadah, and the Rabbinic responses to modern problems such as factory matzah and selling chametz. Rabbi Berel Wein explains and illuminates different aspects of this wonderful holiday. This series contains information, insights, stories, and inspiration that will fit every Jewish family's seder table and will provide food-for-thought for the entire year.
|Author||Rabbi Berel Wein|