Feldheim  |  Lipman, Dov Moshe  |  SKU: 132637

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Would you like to know: <br><ul>What did Moshe Rabbeinu ask Hashem about suffering?</ul><ul> What does Sir Fred Hoyle, Britain’s most eminent astronomer, have in common with Chovos HaLevovos (Duties of The Heart)?</ul><ul>What is the Rambam’s natural prescription for feeling Divine love?</ul><br> Based on Rabbi Lipman’s popular high school Jewish Philosophy classes, <font color="red"><i>Discover</i></font>confronts these soul-searching questions with thought-provoking answers; reminding us answering questions is a Jewish trait and part of our ancient learning process. Called a modern day “Guide For The Perplexed,” by HaRav Aaron Feldman, <font color="red"><i>Discover</i></font>, is an invitation to think more deeply and have an active relationship with Hashem and Torah in our daily lives. You'll learn why we should believe in Torah from Sinai; why we learn Gemara; what happens after we die -- with answers rooted in Torah. Every question asked with a sincere desire to learn, especially about God, Torah or Judaism, is a good question on the path to spiritual growth!

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    Lipman, Dov Moshe
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    Hardcover

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Would you like to know: <br><ul>What did Moshe Rabbeinu ask Hashem about suffering?</ul><ul> What does Sir Fred Hoyle, Britain’s most eminent astronomer, have in common with Chovos HaLevovos (Duties of The Heart)?</ul><ul>What is the Rambam’s natural prescription for feeling Divine love?</ul><br> Based on Rabbi Lipman’s popular high school Jewish Philosophy classes, <font color="red"><i>Discover</i></font>confronts these soul-searching questions with thought-provoking answers; reminding us answering questions is a Jewish trait and part of our ancient learning process. Called a modern day “Guide For The Perplexed,” by HaRav Aaron Feldman, <font color="red"><i>Discover</i></font>, is an invitation to think more deeply and have an active relationship with Hashem and Torah in our daily lives. You'll learn why we should believe in Torah from Sinai; why we learn Gemara; what happens after we die -- with answers rooted in Torah. Every question asked with a sincere desire to learn, especially about God, Torah or Judaism, is a good question on the path to spiritual growth!
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