According to the Talmud, the Jewish people have always celebrated Bris Milah (circumcision) with joy, and that accounts for its continued, joyful observance wherever there are Jews. Indeed, the “bris’’ has remained with us even in communities and families where many other commandments have been neglected.
Rabbi Eliezer Ginsburg delights his loyal followers with his scintillating orations on a multitude of topics. His brilliant insights have added immeasurably joy of bris ceremonies in his community and beyond, bringing inspiration, pleasure and understanding to thousands of people.
In this volume, Rabbi Ginsburg presents Torah thoughts on Bris Milah from every one of the weekly Torah readings and for each of the festivals.
A prodigious feat indeed!
The reader will be greatly enriched. The speaker groping for an appropriate thought will welcome this work as a salvation.
Only a Torah scholar can appreciate the scope and majesty of this achievement. It is filled with original ideas and extraordinary restatements of, and embellishments upon, classic concepts. In Rabbi Ginsburg’s expert hands and fertile mind, the thoughts of the Sages throughout the generations take on new luster, as he applies them to a family’s most joyous moments.
This is a book for anyone who has ever celebrated a bris or been to one. And for anyone who thrills to the riches of the Torah and its teachings.
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