The Un-Haggadah: How to Keep the Conversation & Wine Flowing at Your Seder
What others have to say about Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg: - [Rabbi Wohlberg's sermons] inspire, provoke, challenge and persuade...They are sermons that look to tradition to address contemporary problems. In that respect, they are lessons for the ages. - ALAN DERSHOWITZ - Harvard Law professor “Considered to be one of the most gifted orators in the region, Wohlberg’s High Holiday sermons have become standing-room-only affairs.” - Baltimore Magazine“For 32 years, Rabbi Wohlberg has been the guiding light of 1,400-member Beth Tfiloh, the largest modern orthodox synagogue in the United States” – Baltimore Magazine“This guy’s a funny guy for a rabbi. People love him. His sermons are read by thousands and used by less creative rabbis across the nation.” – Richard Scherr Consider to be among the great speakers in the Jewish world today, Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg has a unique ability to connect Jewish traditions, law and stories to the modern world. He brings fresh insights into the universal themes of family and faith that transcend religion and nationality, speaking directly to the human condition.About this Haggadah: Not another Haggadah! Yes, another Haggadah … because the American Jewish home need it. When Conan O’Brien asked Ellen Barkin about her Pesach Seder she described her family’s Seders as, “Foul mouthed, shouting matches.” At one, her father threw the brisket across the table at her mother! We can all do better than that! And to do it, we have to make the Seder relevant. The Un-Haggadah does just that! The text is the traditional one but the commentary speaks to the contemporary American Jew and relates to subjects that we read of in the newspapers and experience at home.Try it … you’ll like it!Scroll up and press the buy button to order you have your Haggadah delivered to you right away.
Specifications of The Un-Haggadah: How to Keep the Conversation & Wine Flowing at Your Seder
|Author||Rabbi Mitchell Wohlberg|
|Publisher||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
|Number Of Pages||148|
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