Ve-Amru Amen/ And Let Us Say Amen: to clarify, with the Almighty's help, the great reward for answering Amen and Amen, may His great name be blessed forever and to all eternity, as well as their meanings and implications, and their laws; and to explain the dire punishments for negligence in making these responses; plus many further essential laws relating to them, gethered from the Talmud, the Early and Later Authorities, Midrashim, the holy Zohar, and works of Mussar, with a bit of my own added, by the grace of the blessed Lord, through the merit of my holy forefathers...
Cleveland Heights, Ohio: Manny Spero, 2005. 3rd Printing. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 267 pp. Very Good. Item #40690
Text is in Hebrew and with an English rendition by Rabbi Charles Wengrov.
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