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Way of G-d:Derech Hashem

by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto


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Way of G-d:Derech Hashem
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Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato's (RaMChaL) Derech Hashem, is probably the most systematic exposition of Jewish fundamentals ever written, exploring Divine regulation of the world. This classic philosophical work explains our most basic beliefs regarding the existence of G-d and His purpose in creation, and goes on to present the concepts needed to understand all the other important teachings of Judaism. Translated into English by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, it was published in 1977. This extensively revised edition was published in 1997 with marginal notes by Rabbi Yosef Begun. Vowelized, facing Hebrew and English texts.

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  • ITEM #: 141
  • ISBN: 141
  • Binding: 443 pages
  • Published by: Feldheim Publishers
  • Translated by: Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan

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  • A Modern Classic

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    • 6/14/17

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    • David Sears

    "Derekh Hashem" is a modern classic: a systematic and lucid outline of Jewish theology in keeping with the views of Chazal and the kabbalists. Rabbi Areh Kaplan zal's pioneering translation brought this important work to the English-speaking public decades ago. But the revised edition of Rabbi Begun -- written with the greatest respect for Rabbi Kaplan -- enhances what was already a great translation (with the copious source references that was one of Rabbi Kaplan's specialties). We should all be grateful to Feldheim for publishing this wonderful sefer.

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