The Milstein Edition of the Later Prophets ( Tanach ) [Pocket Size Hardcover]
The Later Prophets - with a commentary anthologized from the Rabbinic writings
By Rabbi Menachem Davis (Editor) Rabbi Matis Roberts (Based on a Work By) Rabbi Yitzchok Stavsky (Based on a Work By )
Announcing a stellar new volume in the Milstein Edition of the Later Prophets
•The universally acclaimed ArtScroll translation
• A clear, broad-ranging, graceful commentary
• Newly typeset Hebrew commentaries of Rashi, Radak, and Metzudos
• Overview explaining the role of the prophets
• Introductions and explanations of concepts and prophecies
• Lightweight, opaque, acid-free paper; reinforced, sturdy binding
• Gilded page headings; Ribbon place marker
This volume comprises 200 years of prophecy, from Hoshea to Malachi; from passionate calls for repentance, warnings of destruction and exile, to exhilarating visions of the Second Temple, the Messianic Redemption, and the eternal Third Temple.
These prophecies speak to every generation. They are timeless, lyrical and profound. Especially in a time of danger and hope, they remind us that we are always the people of Hashem - that He longs for us to be loyal to His Torah, that He will never abandon us, and that the Jewish people are destined for a brilliant future, no matter how dark the present may seem.
Brilliantly edited and augmented by Rabbi Menachem Davis, based on the work of Rabbi Yitzchok Stavsky and Rabbi Mattis Roberts, this new volume does justice to the Text. The Overview by Rabbi Yosef Elias is a classic in its own right. Their work brings us new dimensions of understanding and beauty. It lets the verses speak to us - in language, in outlook, in aspiration for spiritual growth.
This volume also includes the now-classic Overview to the Book of Jonah, which sheds light not only on Jonah, but on the concept of Repentance and Yom Kippur, the day when Jonah is read.
This is a volume that not only belongs in every Jewish library - it should be opened and absorbed by everyone who thirsts for the word of Hashem and a share in Jewish destiny.