Hebrew Daily Prayer BookLeather / fine binding
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- Publisher: Collins
- Format: Leather / fine binding | 960 pages
- Dimensions: 88mm x 126mm x 30mm | 240g
- Publication date: 1 January 2007
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0007200935
- ISBN 13: 9780007200931
- Edition: 4, Bilingual edition
- Edition statement: Pocket ed.
- Sales rank: 188,405
The official prayer book for Orthodox Jews in the UK, with commentary by Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. The Hebrew Daily Prayer Book is the official prayer book for all Orthodox Jews in the UK. With both Hebrew and English translations on facing pages, and an attractive and readable layout, this Pocket Edition of the prayer book is ideal for indivudual reading, and is suitable to carry for those who travel. The Hebrew Daily Prayer Book also features commentary from Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, one of the UK's foremost religious thinkers, whose sensible and sensitive approach brings new insights into the most familiar things.
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Jonathan Sacks has been Chief Rabbi in 1991 and sits in the House of Lords. He is much sought after as a religious broadcaster and spokesman. He is a lecturer, philosopher, and author, with many honours awarded for his contributions to theology and Jewish life.
'The United Synagogue has now produced a siddur in which today's thinking Jew in any part of the English-speaking world can readily find his or her religious reflection.' Jewish Chronicle