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.
Exploring the Rebbe’s Haggadah
A gateway to the laws, practices, liturgy, symbolism, and history of the seder