Translated from the original German text written in 1934, this important and interesting work gives readers an updated outlook following the style of Yehuda Halevi's Sefer HaKuzari, adapted for today's generation. With penetrating insight, Dr. Yitzchak Breuer plumbs the depths of Jewish philosophy, analyzing and clarifying a wide range of Jewish concepts and beliefs. This book draws the reader into the life of a young boy growing up in an assimilated home in Germany, haunted by questions that lead him to search for the truth. Sifting through a host of current ideals, beliefs, and theories, he comes to find the truth he seeks, opening the reader's eyes to this truth as well. Written in a dialogue style, rich with wisdom and inspiration, this is an important book for today's Jew, searching for truth amidst the confusion and conflict that modern society presents. Editor Rav Mordechai Neugerschal also contributes a valuable introduction that enables the reader to better understand and utilize the book's structure and form.