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Top Orthodox Jewish Publishers to Watch

Orthodox Jewish literature can be found from a variety of publishers, both within and outside the Orthodox Jewish community. Some of the top Orthodox Jewish publishers to watch include:

  1. Artscroll/Mesorah Publications: This publisher is known for producing high-quality translations and commentaries of the Talmud, Mishnah, and other classic Jewish texts, as well as works on Jewish law, ethics, and history.

  2. Feldheim Publishers: This publisher is known for producing works on traditional Jewish living, including halachah, Torah study, and Jewish thought, as well as works on Jewish history and biography.

  3. Maggid Books: This publisher is known for producing books on Jewish thought, spirituality, and ethics, as well as works on the Hasidic movement and the teachings of prominent Hasidic rabbis.

  4. Koren Publishers Jerusalem: This publisher is known for producing high-quality Hebrew-English prayer books, Bibles and Talmud, as well as works on Jewish thought and law.

  5. Urim Publications: This publisher is known for producing works on Jewish law, Talmud, and Hasidic thought, as well as translations of classic Jewish texts.

When searching for Orthodox Jewish books, it is important to look for books that are produced by reputable publishers and have been reviewed by respected scholars. It is also important to be mindful of the author's credentials and their adherence to traditional Orthodox Jewish teaching. Additionally, it's good to be aware that there are different streams within Orthodox Judaism, and books from different streams may have different perspectives and emphasis. In addition to traditional bookstores, Orthodox Jewish books can also be found online through retailers such as Amazon, and directly from the publisher's website. Many synagogues also have bookstores and sell a selection of Orthodox Jewish books. Ultimately, it is important to read widely and critically when studying the Orthodox Jewish faith, and to approach any book with an open mind and a willingness to learn.


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