The Poetry of Prayer Tehillim in Tefillah
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Daily Jewish prayer includes many Psalms. Rabbi Avi Baumol has written a beautiful book that will allow you to gain greater meaning and connection from your daily prayers. Through his erudite writing, he is able to unlock the mystery and depth of the various psalms that comprise the daily prayer services.

The book opens with an introduction to prayer, Psalms, and biblical poetry. Following this Rabbi Baumol gives an overview of the structure of the morning service and examines either a prayer adapted from a Psalm or the entire Psalm and explains the reason that it was chosen as part of the liturgy.

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Rabbi Avi Baumol
Rabbi Avi Baumol

Rabbi Avi Baumol was born in New York and was educated in Yeshiva University High School and college. During his studies in Israel at Yeshivat Har Etzion, he began to study and write on the Tehillim. He received his rabbinical ordination from Yeshiva University as well as from Rabbi Zalman Nechemiah Goldberg in Israel.

In addition, Rabbi Baumol received an MA in Jewish History from the Bernard Revel Graduate School. Today he lives in Efrat, and teaches at Machon Maayan, Yeshivat Shvilei HaTorah, Yeshivat Har Etzion, and the Zayit Kollel.

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