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Tanya: fundamental text of Chabad Chassidic philosophy, written by the movement’s founder, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi in the 18th century; Tanya'' is the initial word of the book, which is also called Likkutei Amarim ("Collected Discourses'') and Sefer shel Beinonim ("The Book of the Intermediates'')
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An Overview of Tanya
Practical Spirituality
A fast and exciting tour of the structure, contents and flow of Tanya, the foundational text of the Chabad system of chassidism. Perfect for complete beginners and seasoned scholars alike.
Transforming the Self
The book of Tanya, a masterpiece of Chassidic philosophy, has captured the mind and heart of many. What is its message?
The Bilingual Tanya
Mr. Bernard Perrin lives in Manchester, England. In the 1970’s the Rebbe commissioned him for an important project in the dissemination of Chassidism to the wider world. (1970's)
The unusual publishing history of Rabbi Schnuer Zalman's Tanya
Practical Kabbalah and the Art of Printing
Since the time of the Baal Shem Tov, Chassidisim has attached messianic significance to the dissemination of Chassidic thought. In the modern era, this was the driving idea behind the Rebbe's campaign to publish the Tanya all over the world, which chassid...
The 24th of Tevet marks the passing of the Alter Rebbe
A Chassidic Gathering in Honor of the First Chabad Rebbe
Join a farbrengen in Thornhill, Ontario on the anniversary of passing of the Alter Rebbe, the founder of Chabad. Rabbi Mendel Kaplan will lead a discussion on how the Tanya authored by the Alter Rebbe, serves as a practical roadmap for a fulfilling life t...
Exploring the divide between Maimonidean rationalism and Chabad mysticism
Concepts of G-d in Maimonides and in Tanya
Maimonides is often portrayed as a rationalist who opposed any form of mysticism. Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi is generally seen as a mystic, albeit one of moderate rationalist inclination. A comparative textual reading reveals that these two greats may ...
Secret Weapon
Rabbi David Bouskila translated the Tanya into Arabic thinking that he would enable Jews from Arabic-speaking countries to learn about G-d. Little did he know, he was stepping into the middle of an age-old cosmic battle and turning the tides of the war......
A Jew is a Jew is a Jew
The Chasidic Revolution
The "Chasidic revolution" of the late 1700s and early 1800s revealed the basic truth that "a Jew is a Jew is a Jew." This premise -- that a Jew always remains essentially Jewish -- also introduced a new approach for dealing with spiritual defects when the...
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