Bigdei Shesh al Sefer Shoftim

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Rabbi Yosef Gavriel Bechhofer is a Rebbe at the Mesivta of Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchok Elchonon (commonly known as MTA) in Manhattan, and a frequent Maggid Shiur at Yeshivas Ohr Somayach in Monsey. Rabbi Bechhofer is the author of one of the most popular tracts on the subject of metropolitan eruvin, and serves as a consultant to communities across the continent, facilitating the building and maintenance of urban and suburban eruvin. He is also an editor at Artscroll/Mesorah Publications, most recently involved with the Daily Dose project. Rabbi Bechhofer has served as a Rav, Rebbe and Rosh Kollel in the Chicago and New York areas.

Rabbi Bechhofer is one of the few individuals to have served as Maggid Shiur for both Daf Yomi Bavli and Daf Yomi Yerushalmi, completing both. He is also a senior lecturer for the Aishdas Society, an association devoted to more profound understanding and experience of all aspects of Talmud Torah and Avodas Hashem. He has served as a guest Maggid Shiur, scholar in residence, and lecturer in numerous venues, including Alberta, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Ontario, New Jersey, New York, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin, Israel and England. He is a prolific author. He has published many essays in major Orthodox Jewish periodicals. His published seforim are: The Contemporary Eruv: Eruvin in Modern Metropolitan Areas, Bigdei Shesh on Bava Basra, and Bigdei Shesh on Sefer Shoftim. Well over one thousand tapes of his lectures and shiurim (including the entire Yerushalmi) are available on tape and online (see

Bigdei Shesh al Sefer Shoftim

Authored by Rabb Yosef Gavriel Bechhofer

Bigdei Shesh on Shoftim analyzes Sefer Shoftim on the basis of Musar and Machashava, especially on the basis of the writings of R' Tzadok HaKohen of Lublin zt"l.

Publication Date:
1482571455 / 9781482571455
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US Trade Paper
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6" x 9"
Black and White
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Religion / Judaism / Sacred Writings

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