Presents a comprehensive view of free will in Judaism.
Akiva Tatz and a searching Buddhist Jew, David Gottlieb, explore fundamentals of faith and philosophy bringing to light depth and subtlety in answer to David’s probing questions about ancient and modern Judaism.
Shows how the deeper ideas and patterns of Torah thought can illuminate everyday experience. Life in general and its ordeals in particular are brought into focus in the light of these patterns.
Explores and explains deep and fundamental concepts in Judaism, demonstrating how those ideas and principles can, and should, guide life decisions and growth to real maturity.
A detailed approach to dangerous disease and therapy in Jewish Law.
Traces some of the Torah themes that express the duality of this world: the physical, outer layer, and its inner root and demonstrates their parallels.
Traces the paths of young people as they transition from secular backgrounds into the world of Torah, detailing the issues and ideas that moved them.
Traces the process of change from the era of revelation, and the dawning of the age of the Oral Law. Includes a fold-out chart of Jewish history.
Presents a comprehensive view of free will in Judaism. Features all the primary sources on this subject printed out in full.