Radical Then, Radical Now: The Legacy of the World's Oldest Religion
HarperCollins, 2001 - 246 pagina's
A testimony to a people who have survived 4000 years of persecution and exile, this book was originally a wedding present for his son, in which Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks challenged him to think clearly about the most important things in life. Who are we? Why should we continue to have faith? And how did we come to lose our way?
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This is an unusual, but excellent, introduction to Judaism. Sacks writes challengingly about what is involved in being Jewish from a very personal perspective. He faces the problems, but also explains the joys. Volledige review lezen
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