Rabbi Twerski's first ""not as tough"" book created a sensation. Sales were great. Chuckles were loud. And best of all, many lives were improved. There were calls for more books that would show people how to make manageable molehills out of the daunting mountains of life. Now, compliments of Rabbi T..
Malky Feig is a marvel. She looks through the windows of our experiences and - with uncommon sense, sensitivity and humor - puts a positive spin on the perplexities, dilemmas and frequent silliness of everyday life.Thousands of men and women devour her weekly essays in the Yated Ne'eman, often ..
The United States Congress President in 1991 endorsed a set of seven universal ethical principles, known as the Noahide Laws, as the "bedrock of society since the dawn of civilization" and as values "upon which our great nation was founded." Associated with the name of Noah, with whom this moral cod..
According to tradition, after his exile from Spain for his defense of Judaism, the great Ramban (Nachmanides) sent this letter to his son. The letter which many recite weekly gives a blueprint for an ethical life as timely today as it was then. This book presents it as the basis for a beautiful coll..
Discussions in this unique work include:
How is our understanding of Torah guided by philosophy?
Can Jewish tradition combat Bible criticism?
Why does God permit evil?
Did Rabbi Akiva reject the Torah’s death penalty?
Rabbinic law vs. the spirit of halachah
After having one child or more, most couples are able to consider having another. Life-changing decisions like these should be educated and well-informed ones. It is no secret that Jewish tradition encourages a Jew to continue having children should the opportunity arise. In today’s society, this po..