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Faith in G-d versus Human Effort

by Avraham Weinroth

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Have you ever wondered…
Is it to believe that everything will be fine? Or perhaps it means to accept that all is directed by Hashem, even when things turn out badly? If so, how can one who trusts in G-d remain calm and unworried about the future?
How much effort should a person invest in making a living, beyond which he simply trusts in Hashem? Does this equation apply also to helping others? How many hours must one invest in studying Torah, at the expense of his profession? Is one allowed to purchase
life insurance — or does that show a lack of faith? Faith in G-d Versus Human Effort answers these questions, and more. With an organized and flowing style, Rabbi Dr. Avraham Weinroth surveys the entire gamut of Torah authorities regarding an issue vital to every Jew, while providing a wealth of notes and sources. After analyzing the seemingly conflicting opinions, he defines clear, basic parameters that provide a broad view and understanding of this complex and important topic.


  • ITEM #: 6813
  • Dimensions: 6" x 9"
  • ISBN: 978-159826-957-4
  • Weight: 1.9900 lbs
  • Binding: Hard Cover / 447 pages
  • Published by: Distributed by Feldheim
  • Translated by: Dov B. Lederman

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