Digitizing the Steinsaltz Library
Tanach HaMevoar
Tanach HaMevoar

The Steinsaltz Tanakh is a work of monumental and prodigious brilliance that took years to complete.

News
12/10/2020

Watch the global online events
to learn and take action. In honor of the "Shloshim” of our dear teacher Harav Adin Even Israel (Steinsaltz) obm

02/02/2020

From Joshua to Malachi

By Rivkah Lambert Adler 

05/01/2020

Endorsements (Haskamot) from the great Rabbis of Israel of Rabbi Adin Even Israel Steinsaltz's work!

03/09/2019

Submitted to Rabbi Adin Even Israel Steinsaltz by the CEO of Koren Publishers Matthew Miller and Rabbi Meni Even Israel, CEO of Steinsaltz Center. Finished and Complete, Praise be to G-d, Creator of the Universe!

09/06/2019

Prevalent attitudes among many modern Jews is that the traditional Jewish texts that make up the vast library of Jewish knowledge and wisdom are archaic and inaccessible, leading them to believe that Judaism is not for the "everyman,” but rather reserved for those who dedicate their time to its rigorous study. For more than 40 years, the educational philosophy of Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz, which is rooted in the importance of questions as an educational tool, has made our core Jewish texts accessible to individuals of all backgrounds around the world.

06/06/2019

Rabbi Meni Even-Israel, Executive Director of the Steinsaltz Center, explains the importance of promoting a different view of the Shavuot holiday so that people of all backgrounds and abilities feel comfortable utilizing it as intended – an opportunity to seek out the specific text that speaks to them and helps them connect to God, Torah and Jewish life.

14/04/2019

Exhibition launched in Moscow honoring Israel Prize laureate Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, marking 30 yrs since opening of first USSR yeshiva.

12/04/2019

After completing the  preparations and drafting work with our partners: El Ami, Sulamot and Steinsaltz Center, we are pleased to announce the launch of 3 pilots in 12 schools.

08/04/2019

New! "The Thirteen Petalled Rose” - Rabbi Steinsaltz's monumental book, read in English.
"Preparation for the Chagim” with the Steinsaltz Yeshiva rabbis. talks about halacha, gemara, tradition, chasidut and Avodat Hashem, preparing you towards the Jewish holidays. In Hebrew.
"Talks About The Parsha” Rabbi Steinsaltz's talks about the weekly parsha.In Hebrew.
To listen search for "ישיבת תקוע” where you get your podcasts.

From the Rabbi's Desk
Shalhevet Learning Community
A Virtual Beit Midrash in the Spirit of Rav Adin Steinsaltz zt”l, Created by the Students of Rav Steinsaltz and the Steinsaltz Yeshiva in Tekoa.

"Shalhevet” is a program for Torah study designed to answer Rabbi Steinsaltz's call for deep Torah learning and desire to connect and know our heritage with an emphasis on acquiring tools for independent study. Shalhevet would like to build a community made up of people from diverse backgrounds across the globe brought together through Torah learning. It is
now possible to study Torah and advance your Torah knowledge, while also connecting with Rabbi Steinsaltz's legacy through his students – all from the comfort of your own home.

We are excited to offer a one-on-one weekly study session of a subject of your choice with one of Rabbi Steinsaltz's students. If interested, please fill out your contact information, and we will follow up with you. 
New Menahot part 1, English edition
Tractate Menaĥot discusses the halakhot of various offerings, specifically those that are brought from grain, i.e., wheat or barley, as well as the libations of oil and wine sacrificed in the Temple. Menaĥot therefore complements tractate Zevaĥim, which examines the halakhot of offerings brought from livestock or birds, and there are many parallels between the two tractates.
Neglected Yet Unforgettable
Neglected Yet Unforgettable
Neglected Yet Unforgettable- Seven Images in the Shadow of the Alhambra Decree.
Lamorim

Les élèves de l'école Beth Aaron à Paris étudient le Traité de Pessahim, à partir d’une feuille d’étude préparée exclusivement par le Merkaz Steinsaltz pour l'association française Lamorim. Cette étude fait partie d’une série de pilotes réalisée par le projet Lamorim pour les écoles juives françaises. Ils permettront de développer un programme dans sa totalité pour les élèves de Collège et Lycée en France

 

The students of the Beth Aaron school in Paris are studying the Tractate of Pessahim, with worksheets prepared exclusively by the Pedagogicaldepartment at the  Steinsaltz-Center for the French association Lamorim. This is part of series of pilotes carried out by the Lamorim project at French jewish schools. Lamorim will  develop a full curriculum for students of secondary and high school in France.

Please contact us at the pedagogical department:
Yoelspitz@gmail.com 

Maimonides' Mishneh Torah
More than a decade ago Rabbi Steinsaltz convened a large group of teachers and students
from the Tekoa Yeshiva, and announced that the time has finally come (after a few false
starts) to make an old dream of his come true: to create a new edition of Maimonides'
Mishneh Torah which will be updated and adapted to contemporary Halachah and its
implementation in the modern world.

Mishneh Torah is the most comprehensive Halachic work there is, and one of the literary
cornerstones of Judaism. The Shulhan Melakhim edition of Mishneh Torah has thus been
added to Rabbi Steinsaltz's other literary projects which make the fundamental texts of
Judaism accessible to the Jewish people. In addition, the main novelty of this edition is that
it goes beyond the text of the Mishneh Torah, and gives a broader and up-to-date picture of
Halachah, with the wide spectrum of different opinions and customs, and with halachic
developments from Maimonides' time to our own day and age.
The Steinsaltz Yeshiva Podcasts, in English & Hebrew!
New! 
"The Thirteen Petalled Rose” - Rabbi Steinsaltz's monumental book, read in English.
"Preparation for the Chagim” with the Steinsaltz Yeshiva rabbis. talks about halacha, gemara, tradition, chasidut and Avodat Hashem, preparing you towards the Jewish holidays. In Hebrew.
"Talks About The Parsha” Rabbi Steinsaltz's talks about the weekly parsha.In Hebrew.
To listen search for "ישיבת תקוע” where you get your podcasts.