The Three Pillars of Judaism
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This book describes a search for God and for values which is both personal and traditional. It is a quest set within the ancient Jewish disciplines of Thorah, the service of God and acts of faithful love, upon which Simon the Just taught over two thousand years ago that the world stands, and which, to this day, define the life of the Jew.
The questions and attempted responses here relate to issues with which the author has lived all the more seriously since he became a rabbi and has had the privilege of listening to others at some of the most important moments in their lives.
Here is a book for practising Jews; for Jews who for one reason or another have ceased to practice but cannot forget their Jewishness; and for those of other faihs, whose questions are so often those which are discussed so movingly here.
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