Nach Yomi for Avraham

A worldwide project aimed at developing beki'ut in Tanach, inspired by, and as zechut for, R' Avraham Norin (Avraham Dov ben Golda)

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Resources for Yehoshua

Remember, we begin Yehoshua on Thursday, March 30 (Rosh Chodesh Nissan)!

The book of Yehoshua (Hebrew)
Interlinear (Hebrew-English) Yehoshua
Translated text of Yehoshua with Rashi (Judaica Press)
Another translation of Yehoshua
To listen to a reading of Yehoshua (in Hebrew)

Here are some good online places to look for more background and insights.

Text of Yalkut Shimoni on Sefer Yehoshua (Hebrew)
Rabbi Menachem Liebtag
Audio of R' Yoel bin Nun Sefer Yehoshua.
Complete archive of articles on the Book of Yehoshua by R' Michael Hattin (VBM)
Rabbi Dovid Siegel
A fantastic collection of (Hebrew) articles and maps on Yehoshua
Mussar haNevi'im-a Torah Temimah style anthology of Chazal on Nach in PDf form (Hebrew only)
Any other suggestions, including good editions of Tanach for beginners to use?Send them in!

6 Comments:

Blogger David Guttmann said...

What about Daat Mikra by Mossad Harav Kook. It has a great introduction and a fabulous Perush.

10:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In English, the Living Nach is an easy-to-read translation with minimal footnotes and comments.

3:21 PM  
Blogger Zman Biur said...

Have you prepared a day-by-day schedule of sections to be learned (say, for the first month)?

Yasher koach on the initiative, and a refuah shlemah to my friend Avraham.

12:13 PM  
Blogger Yolkut said...

There will be a post with the schedule information in the next day or two.

12:15 PM  
Anonymous Sol Adelsky said...

is there any recommended background info to prepare a beginner for this? Something to put it into its historical and religious context.

3:26 PM  
Blogger Saul Mashbaum said...

Rabbi Menachem Leibtag of Yeshivat Har Etzion has a wonderful series of shiurim on Yehoshua at

http://www.tanach.org/yeho.htm

Saul Mashbaum

3:32 PM  

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