The Torah: The Five Books of...

This acclaimed new translation of the Torah--the Holy Scriptures of the Jewish people,--was prepared according to the Masoretic Text by the Jewish Publication Society (Philadelphia), world`s oldest Jewish book publisher. Electronic version of it, which is a searchable replica of the printed version was prepared by Varda Books in 2002, with all the latest corrections and revisions having been incorporated.

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THE TORAH—Title pageCOPYRIGHTPREFACEPREFACE 2nd EditionCONTENTSTABLE OF SCRIPTURAL READINGSGENESISBERESHITBERESHIT 1.1–6.8NOAH 6.9–11.32LEKH LEKHA 12.1–17.27VA-YERA' 18.1–22.24HAYYEI SARAH 23.1–25.18TOLEDOT 25.19–28.9VA-YETSE' 28.10–32.3VA-YISHLAH 32.4–36.43VA-YESHEV 37.1–40.23MIKKETS 41.1–44.17VA-YIGGASH 44.18–47.27VA-YEHI 47.28–50.26EXODUSSHEMOTSHEMOT 1.1–6.1VA'ERA' 6.2–9.35BO' 10.1–13.16BE-SHALLAH 13.17–17.16YITRO 18.1–20.23MISHPATIM 21.1–24.18TERUMAH 25.1–27.19TETSAVVEH 27.20–30.10KI TISSA' 30.11–34.35VA-YAKHEL 35.1–38.20PEKUDEI 38.21–40.38LEVITICUSVAYIKRAVA-YIKRA' 1.1–5.26TSAV 6.1–8.36SHEMINI 9.1–11.47TAZRIA‘ 12.1–13.59METSORA‘ 14.1–15.33'AHAREI MOT 16.1–18.30KEDOSHIM 19.1–20.27'EMOR 21.1–24.23BE-HAR 25.1–26.2BE-HUKKOTAI 26.3–27.34NUMBERSBEMIDBARBE-MIDBAR 1.1–4.20NASO' 4.21–7.89BE-HA‘ALOTEKHA 8.1–12.16SHELAH-LEKHA 13.1–15.41KORAH 16.1–18.32HUKKAT 19.1–22.1BALAK 22.2–25.9PINHAS 25.10–30.1MATTOT 30.2–32.42MASE‘EI 33.1–36.13DEUTERONOMYDEVARIMDEVARIM 1.1–3.22VA-'ETHANNAN 3.23–7.11‘EKEV 7.12–11.25RE'EH 11.26–16.17SHOFETIM 16.18–21.9KI TETSE' 21.10–25.19KI TAVO' 26.1–29.8NITSAVIM 29.9–30.20VA-YELEKH 31.1–30HA'AZINU 32.1–52VE-ZO'T HA-BERAKHAH 33.1–34.12
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