Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1981 - Religion - 1787 pages
The Torah: A Modern Commentary is a one-volume edition of the Five Books of Moses, complete with the Hebrew text; English translations; commentaries and essays; notes and references; and gleanings from talmudic sources and the writings of scholars, ancient and modern.
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I certainly don't agree with all of Plaut's conclusions in this commentary. That being said the commentaries do help clarify many obscure parts of the Old Testament and helps me prepare for Torah Study and have intelligent things to say. Read full review