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Haketav Vehakabbalah: Demonstrating the Indivisibility of the Written and Oral Torah, 7 vols.
Haketav Vehakabbalah: Demonstrating the Indivisibility of the Written and Oral Torah, 7 vols.
 
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Eliyahu Munk

Publisher: Urim Publications

The author, Rabbi Yaakov Tzevi Mecklenburg was a German Jewish scholar of the 19th century, serving as Rabbi of Koenigsburg, East Prussia for 35 years (183165) until the day of his death. Haketav Vehakabbalah was first published in 1839, its intent being to strengthen the faith of Jews in the authenticity of our traditional Jewish sources, the Mishna, the Talmud, the Midrash, and to prove the superior linguistic standard of all these sources. Rabbi Mecklenburg was at pains to demonstrate the indivisibility of the written Torah and its counterpart, the oral Torah.

Eliyahu Munk, was born in Frankfurt on Main, where he received his education at the Samson Rafael Hirsch Realschule, and the Yeshiva of the late Rabbi Joseph Breuer, of blessed memory. He continued his education at the Yeshiva in Gateshead, England. He served in Jewish education (primarily as a teacher) for almost 30 years in Toronto, Canada.

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