A Contemporary View of Judaism, a Jewish View of Today's World
Hardcover | 6" x 9" | 183 Pages
Written by: Zalman I. Posner
Published by: Kesher Press
About this Book
The eloquent, eye-opening essays in Think Jewish - an instant classic since its publication in 1978 - have been reprinted in a brand new edition. Thankfully, only the font, typesetting, and cover have been altered; the words remain as on-target as ever. Think Jewish slices through the niggling conflicts that block a Jew from living Jewish.
Each of the 26 chapters opens with a tough question: "Can't I be good without being religious?" "Wouldn't mankind be better off without labels that separate?" "Aren't mitzvot restricting?" The answers, which turn Western thought inside out, are down-to-earth and delivered in deftly polished prose. Think Jewish has the power to change minds for the better.