Author: Rabbi Pesach Fishman
Format: 7" x 9˝" Hardcover, 1194 pages (2 volumes)
Mishnat Menachem summarizes and organizes all the Rebbe’s teachings regarding the personalities of the Talmud, Midrash and Zohar into one unique, user-friendly and useful reference work. In over one thousand pages, some two hundred of the outstanding personalities and places of the Talmudic period come to life. The Rebbe’s descriptions of the insightful teachings, intellectual profiles, individual spiritual nature and significant events in their lives are presented systematically. The historical background, teachers, colleagues, students and noteworthy qualities of each personality are also provided. This is prefaced by an extensive outline of the Rebbe’s unique approach to Torah study. Also included are highlights of the Rebbe’s father, Reb Levi Yitzchak’s, Kabbalistic descriptions of hundreds of people and places of the Talmud, Midrash and Zohar, summarized in understandable terms.