Thus we are told in the Haggadah: "In each and every generation, a person is obligated to see himself as if he came out of Egypt." Why is it so important to tell the story as if it is happening to us now? In this remarkable, easy-to-read, and thought-provoking commentary on the Passover Haggadah, Rabbi Immanuel Bernstein brings a wealth of sources, a lucidity of thought, and tremendous originality in order to help understand what the goal of the Seder really is, and how we can best experience this powerful evening.
About the Author Born and raised in London, Rabbi Immanuel Bernstein learned in Yeshivas Ateres Israel, Jerusalem and received his rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Chaim Walkin.
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This issue is attributed to the dating pattern of boys starting to date at age 23 and girls starting to date at age 19, creating an age gap.He has become a recognized expert in matters of Jewish thought and philosophy, which he covers in his authored texts.Zoketsu Norman Fischer, former abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center and founder of and teacher at the Everyday Zen Foundation, describes Tatz's work, Letters to a Buddhist Jew, as "a fascinating book - the most serious contribution in this field to date.The recounting of the Exodus from Egypt forms the centerpiece of the Seder.This story has a unique aspect to it, for it needs to be told as if we are experiencing it in the present.He then served as a medical officer in the South African Defense Forces and served in the Angolan Bush War.