The Seder Oneg Shabbos Bentsher  ~ David Tzvi Kalman / Printocraft Press
  • The Seder Oneg Shabbos Bentsher  ~ David Tzvi Kalman / Printocraft Press
  • The Seder Oneg Shabbos Bentsher  ~ David Tzvi Kalman / Printocraft Press
  • The Seder Oneg Shabbos Bentsher  ~ David Tzvi Kalman / Printocraft Press
  • The Seder Oneg Shabbos Bentsher  ~ David Tzvi Kalman / Printocraft Press
  • The Seder Oneg Shabbos Bentsher  ~ David Tzvi Kalman / Printocraft Press
  • The Seder Oneg Shabbos Bentsher  ~ David Tzvi Kalman / Printocraft Press

The Seder Oneg Shabbos Bentsher ~ David Tzvi Kalman / Printocraft Press

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Our translation was designed to be both gender neutral and enjoyable for both those who can and those who can’t understand Hebrew. As a result, we’ve also integrated the translation into our designs in a way that encourages even fluent Hebrew readers to examine it, rather than unconsciously skip over it.

Friendly to traditional Jews, egalitarian Jews, & queer Jews
The liturgical text is the standard Ashkenaz Orthodox one. Where we’ve added language, it’s been clearly marked
In addition to some deliberately chosen images and our carefully crafted translation, we’ve included a number of common egalitarian insertions.
While adhering to the standard liturgical text, Seder Oneg Shabbos also contains variants more relevant for celebrations between partners of varied genders.

Real-world transliteration
Rather than a standardised, “one-size-fits-all” approach to transliteration, songs have been rendered in a way that respects the fact that the same person might use more than one Hebrew pronunciation, depending on the original of the song itself. The result? A transliteration scheme that is much more helpful for those who do not read Hebrew.

6" x 9" / apx 15cm x 23cm
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