Living with G-D In the 21st Century
Judaism's Approach to Bettering Mankind's Destiny
This insightful and well-researched work grapples with a collection of deep issues pertaining to Judaism, the individual, and service to Hashem. In easy-to-understand language, Rabbi Gabay delineates various struggles that persist in contemporary Judaism. The topics discussed include the connection between man and Hashem, destiny versus free will, the immortality of the soul, and the credibility of Judaism. Complete with an appendix which includes the Ramban's letter to his son and an explanation of the Noahide laws.
|Author||Rabbi Yosef Gabay|
|Publisher||Distributed by Feldheim|
|Number of pages||248|
|Binding type||Hard Cover|
- A Penetrating and Engaging Presentation of Bases oRabbi Gabay has provided the English-speaking contemporary Jew with a penetrating and engaging discussion of many fundamentals of our Emuna. The book is infomation-rich within an economy of words. It is well-organized, guiding the reader through its chapters with the judicious use of subheadings. It is highly recommended for the thinking Jew who seeks to strengthen his or her bonds with Hashem.
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