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Emunah U'Bitachon by the Chazon Ish

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The classic work of the Chazon Ish -- a must-read in these uncertain times! With all the news headlines about the financial crisis currently rocking the globe, this powerful book by the Chazon Ish, Rabbi Avraham Yeshayahu Karelitz, zt"l, (1878-1953) is vital reading for every Jew. In it, the Chazon Ish explains his approach to faith and trust in G-d. In a startling fashion, he strips away much of what has been written on these subjects and presents a totally fresh view. This edition, the first English translation ever published of this seminal work, also contains the complete vowelized Hebrew text. "This work ... not only gives the flavour of the Chazon Ish's beautiful literary style in the original but opens a window into the hashkofoh of one of the shapers of the revival of Torah Judaism of our times."--The Jewish Tribune (UK) Translator: Yaakov Goldstein Hardcover | 5.5" x 8.5" | 280 pages | ISBN 9781607633518

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Emunah U'Bitachon by the Chazon Ish

£27.47
The classic work of the Chazon Ish -- a must-read in these uncertain times! With all the news headlines about the financial crisis currently rocking the globe, this powerful book by the Chazon Ish, Rabbi Avraham Yeshayahu Karelitz, zt"l, (1878-1953) is vital reading for every Jew. In it, the Chazon Ish explains his approach to faith and trust in G-d. In a startling fashion, he strips away much of what has been written on these subjects and presents a totally fresh view. This edition, the first English translation ever published of this seminal work, also contains the complete vowelized Hebrew text. "This work ... not only gives the flavour of the Chazon Ish's beautiful literary style in the original but opens a window into the hashkofoh of one of the shapers of the revival of Torah Judaism of our times."--The Jewish Tribune (UK) Translator: Yaakov Goldstein Hardcover | 5.5" x 8.5" | 280 pages | ISBN 9781607633518
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