The Steinsaltz Center has opuses upon opuses of writing. Tomes of essays, translations, and interpretations of the Tanach, Talmud, Mishnah, Rambam, Tanya, and more. Now it is time to bring this transformative content to the masses.
The next step in this Jewish-learning renaissance: digitizing the Steinsaltz library. That’s where you come in.
Please support the Steinsaltz Center in our quest to bring Jewish knowledge into the 21st Century.
This project goes far beyond uploading documents to the web. Your support ensures that the best software designers map out each of countless interactions between texts in the most user-friendly way possible.
True digitization entails comprehensive interlinking of information and sources with a sleek interface. It means following a topic like “keeping kosher” from its first mention in Tanach through its exploration in the Mishnah, Talmud, and Middle Age halacha.
It means creating easy access to understand the biographies and personalities of Tannaim (sages whose views are recorded in the Mishna) and Amoraim (sages whose views are recorded in the Gemara).
It means making the visionary genius of Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz accessible at the click of a button for anyone with an internet connection.
Your gift ensures that someone from Phoenix, Jerusalem, Seoul, or Cairo can plug into a world Jewish knowledge.
Because of you, even a busy professional with no yeshiva background can spend his subway commute engaged in learning at a high level.
Please support the Steinsaltz Center and take the next monumental step forward in the transfer of Jewish knowledge. With a library full of ground-breaking elucidations, translations, and interpretations, we are on the threshold of a Torah-learning revolution. But it won’t happen without you.
Your gift makes a difference.