Weekly Learning Download: Digital Edition Talmud Pesachim

If you’ve never experienced the innovative digital library from ArtScroll, here’s your chance!

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ArtScroll’s app for Apple, Android and now Kindle, is the revolutionary way to learn in today’s world. Putting the clarity of the Schottenstein Gemarah at your fingertips, the ArtScroll app adds convenience, plus all kinds of innovative features such as search functions, color coding and highlighting capabilities, and note functions. You can also tap on a reference, and the source commentary will instantly pop up.

Want to try it for yourself? Here’s your chance. ArtScroll is offering a free volume. The 10th chapter of pesachim talks about the Seder, the Four Cups, the Ma Nishtana and recounting the story.  It is an excellent selection to prepare for the seder.

To download this free volume:

First, you’ll need to install the app, available through the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or the Kindle App Store.

Three download options:

1) Click this link from your mobile device and it will take you to the correct volume on the ArtScroll App. Press “download.”

2)  Click this link to visit to the volume’s product page on ArtScroll.Com. Click on this icon (pictured at the right) and it will take you to the correct volume in the ArtScroll App. Click “download” to save it to your library.

3) Open the ArtScroll app, then open the in-app store. Click on the “individual volume” section and scroll down until you see the option for Pesachim 3 FREE Sample and click download.

To learn more about the Wasserman Digital Initiative App, click here to read more or watch the video.

ArtScroll’s “French Revolution” continues! The Edmond J. Safra French Edition Talmud

The Schottenstein Edition Talmud Bavli sparked an ongoing revolution in the Jewish world, opening the Talmud’s vast wisdom to hundreds of thousands. The Schottenstein Edition Hebrew Talmud continued bringing ArtScroll’s innovative features to tens of thousands more.

And then, about a decade ago, it was the turn for French speakers to rejoice, as the first volume of the Edmond J. Safra French Edition Talmud was published. In France, Switzerland, Belgium, Israel, and Canada, French speakers could now enjoy the many features of the Schottenstein Edition, beautifully adapted into French by a team of scholars, translators, and editors.

Just released is the 19th volume of the series, Maseches Chagigah, dedicated by Mrs. Safra in memory of her son, daughter-in-law, and grandson. Maseches Sukkah, volume 2, will be released soon after Pesach, and more volumes are in the works.

Can you “parlez-vous francais?” Then you, too, can discover the wisdom of the Talmud.

Click here for the entire series (to date) of the Edmund J. Safra Edition French Talmud.

Click here for all French titles from ArtScroll.