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The Haggadah

The Haggadah

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An audio class that takes a deeper look into the Haggadah, with explanations and insights that will enlighten your Seder.
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Explanations of Maggid
Maggid is the step of the Seder where we retell the story of the Exodus with the words of the Haggadah; learn some beautiful interpretations on maggid.
Part 1
The meaning of Haggadah and its history.
Part 2
Learn more about the blessings read after the Seder meal
Part 3
Discover the meaning behind the "Nishmat" prayer read in the Hagaddah
Part 4
The Hagaddah relates that if G-d brought us to Mount Sinai and didn’t give us the Torah "Dayanu" -- "we would have been satisfied".
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Haggadah Class
Part 1
A detailed overview of the Passover haggadah sewn together with keen insights and timely life messages (this class is an introduction and also covers the seder plate).
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Haggadah Class
Part 2
A detailed overview of the Passover haggadah sewn together with keen insights and timely life messages (this class covers from "kadesh" till the "four questions").
Audio | 1:01:12
Haggadah Class
Part 3
A detailed overview of the Passover haggadah sewn together with keen insights and timely life messages (this class covers from "avadim hayinu" till the "four sons").
Understanding the Passover Haggadah
A series of questions regarding the opening paragraph of the Passover Haggadah leads to an analysis of the true meaning of freedom.
Studying the Passover Haggadah
Study the Haggadah, the central text of the Passover Seder, line-by-line with explanations and commentary.
Learn fascinating facts and insights in the miraculous Exodus narrative
A taste of the Rebbe’s insights
Get a taste of the myriad of insights found in the Passover Haggadah authored by the Rebbe.
A gateway to the laws, practices, liturgy, symbolism, and history of the seder
In 1946 the Rebbe published a new commentary to the Haggadah under the title Haggadah for Passover with Collected Customs and Reasons. In his review of this work, Rabbi Shlomo Yosef Zevin, editor-in-chief of the Encyclopedia Talmudit, lauded it as “a wondrous Haggadah, with few comparable to it,” noting its encyclopedic scope and its concision, as well as the original insights and explanations that the Rebbe offers. To study the Rebbe’s Haggadah is to open a broad gateway to the laws, practices, liturgy, symbolism, and history of the seder. Join Rabbi Isser Zalman Weisberg on an in-depth journey of scholarship and discovery.
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